I wrote in my diary when I was young that I wished to pierce the surface of the world. I want to probe the furthest corners of my life; unearth the most mystical and aching impulses from which my thoughts stem; weave from my life a symphony of voices that are not my own. 543 more words
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Though Caur is herself a practicing Sikh, her work is not confined by sectarian identity; indeed, her work (like the writings of the Gurus) incorporates Hindu, Buddhist, Sufi and Jain motifs. 103 more words
I have an ongoing wrestling match with world building in speculative fiction. I revel in new writers producing ideas that challenge conventional story frameworks or characters. 898 more words
— Yeva, — one day said Saena the Wolf, — I have to show you something. Follow me.
They came into a Grotto which walls were all covered by the ivy. 992 more words