Monday, December 16, 2019

Aura – ( A Novel by Carlos Fuentes ) By Ted Gioia

Felipe Montero sits reading a newspaper in a seedy café, when he is startled by a classified ad.  The solicitation seems written with him...

No Such Thing As Distance – Karen Paul Holmes

  Review by Lynn Alexander   When you enter Karen Paul Holmes’s poetry, you travel a path between love and death, joy and anguish, gravity and humor—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...

Ceremonial – By Carly Joy Miller

Review by: Rajesh Subramanian The poems in this collection are refreshingly different - in terms of their style, content and poetic poignancy. You catch hold...

‘Landscape Painted with Tea’ as an Ecological Novel – By Jasmina Mihajlovic

"Suddenly I freeze. I sense, I clearly sense, somebody watching me. Somebody's eyes are fixed upon me. And then I realize that staring out...

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...

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...

I was the Wind Last Night (New & Collected Poems)- Ruskin Bond

  By Anjana Basu   Mountains of Silence Ruskin Bond’s poetry, like his prose is without pretentions. His verses are rhymed in some cases, not in some and...

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 ...

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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