In The Mirror, Our Graves – By Ritamvara Bhattacharya and Ra Sh

  Book Review By – Soma Roy A series of poems exchanged between two poets who have never met and are separated by vast expanses of...

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...

The Joys of Indian Love – By Gabriel Rosenstock

  Gabriel Rosenstock's Book Review: The Bloomsbury Book of Great Indian Love Poems Edited by Abhay K.   From ancient times – from the immortal Rigveda itself – to...

The Many Shades of Vikram Seth’s Poetry

  By Anjana Basu   What sets Vikram Seth’s poetry apart is its craft. He uses forms of poetry that have fallen by the wayside, exploring the...

Flowers, All Sorts in Blossom, Figs, Berries and Fruits Forgotten – By Oisin Breen

    Book Review By David Carpenter   I enjoy being challenged, and this review certainly presented challenges. I am not a reviewer by trade, and this is,...

Thinking is a kind of Dancing – By Anjana Basu

  Dancing the Light  Poems from Australia and India Edited by Robert Maddox-Harle & Jaydeep Sarangi * Book Review by Anjana Basu   The study of poetry is and should be...

The End of Jerks in Paradise – By Robin Gregory

  Book Review: Memoirs and Misinformation: A Novel by Jim Carrey, Dana Vachon   In an interview with New York Times reviewer, Dave Itzkoff, Jim Carrey explains his...

Can a Dictionary Be a Novel? – By Ted Gioia

  Milorad Pavić's Dictionary of the Khazars At times, the progressive spirits of 20th century fiction seemed determined to turn the novel into something other than...

Otherworld, Underworld, Prayer Porch – By David Bottoms

  Book Review by Lynn Alexander   Just as Dante’s journey to the underworld begins in a dark wood, the ghosts of loss arise out of the...

The Voyage – By Christopher Manners

  Book Review by Dustin Pickering “Knowing ourselves, we are beautiful; in self-ignorance, we are ugly.” -Plotinus Christopher Manners’ The Voyage is a work of substantial philosophical maturity....

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