The Gibson Poems – By Simon Perchik

  Interviewed by Rajesh Subramanian The Gibson Poems ( By Simon Perchik ) : The 216 poems in this collection were written inspired by 216 photographs...

Walk with Gandhi – By Gabriel Rosenstock & Masood Hussain

  Review by Rajesh Subramanian Walk with Gandhi is a book of haiku poetry (bilingual- English & Irish), each poem accompanied by a beautiful painting. The...

A City Happens in Love – By Ravish Kumar (Translated from Hindi by Akhil...

  A City Happens in Love - By Ravish Kumar (Translated from Hindi by Akhil Katyal) (Flash Fiction / Short Stories ) Published by: Speaking Tiger...

An Ever River – By David Russell (Eco Poetry)

  Book Review by Colin Hambrook As the title of Dave Russell’s collection suggests An Ever River bursts and blisters with references to the elements, nature and humanity’s...

These Were My Homes: Collected Poems – By Vijay Nambisan

  These Were My Homes: Collected Poems - By Vijay Nambisan Published by: Speaking Tiger Publications, Price : INR 499/ Book Review by Anjana Basu To call Nambisan ‘the finest...

When I Hid My Caste – Stories by Baburao Bagul

  When I Hid My Caste -  Stories by Baburao Bagul (Translated by Jerry Pinto) Published by : Speaking Tiger, Price : INR 399/-   Book Review by Anjana Basu These short stories ...

When Jean-Paul Sartre Cured Existential Angst with a Jazz Record – By Ted...

  A Look Back at Sartre's Nausea   Philosophers can be incisive storytellers—and have been since the earliest days of the discipline. The most memorable passages in...

XXL – By Aditya Shankar

  Review by Rajesh Subramanian     Aditya Shankar has been trying to set a unique poetic path for himself, with an unusual language structure, metaphoric themes and...

In my Patina Cup- By Sadia Khan

   Book Review by Shazia Batool Naqvi   The metaphorical Title of this volume: “In my Patina Cup” brought to mind the gem words of Muriel Rukeyser(1):...

Some Mad Poems Some Sad Poems Some Bad Poems and A Short Story in...

  Book Review by: Anjana Basu   Jayant Kripalani’s is a return to a kind of poetry few people write these days. As he himself writes, his...

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