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The Closure

Remembering my mother Rama Bhattacharyya on the month of August, which happens to be the month of my birth and her death. A couple of days following her first death anniversary, I would like to dedicate this piece published in ‘Northeast Review’ to the loving memory of my Ma. 93 more words

Literary Musings

Written with an edge and an unflinching eye not frequently encountered in Indian writing in English. . . Meena uses multiple forms to take the narrative forward. 

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Gypsy Goddess

Book Review: Slow... by Digonta Bordoloi

In his debut book Slow, Digonta sets the story in the most picturesque and beautiful places of North-East India. Slow is the story of Baba and his family who moves to various towns of the region, thanks to the Government job of Baba’ s father. 369 more words


Poem of the Day


Winter filled the rivers with bluewhite ice.
The currents swirled armless, depilated trees
downstream on rafts to sawmill cemeteries.
In the local diet, cheap whisky was a staple. 227 more words