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Launch of The Significant Anthology

The labor of all our cumulative love for poetry and literature is out in Amazon. Thank you Dr. Ampat Koshy and Reena Prasad wholeheartedly for making all our dreams come true! 174 more words

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The House that BJ Built by Anuja Chauhan

“The best rom-com sequel ever…”

“Fun, flirty and thoroughly entertaining”

“Unputdownable”

These were some of the thoughts rambling in my mind as I sat down to write a review of Anuja Chauhan’s latest novel – … 674 more words

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Book Review : Custody by Manju Kapur

Custody

Manju Kapur

Random House India (2011)

In the bitter divorce battles that are becoming all too common these days, the power centres are the children, who are ironically powerless. 471 more words

Book Reviews

Chisel: Ballad of a Daydreaming Maid

April 28, 2015

National Poetry Writing Month

Tender, soft and young hands
Spread out in spirals of want,
Tiny feet, walking barefoot
Over the cloud train of… 228 more words

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Notes on the First Indian Novel in English

Author: Beloo Mehra (April 2015). Published in New Race: A Journal of Integral and Future Studies, Volume I (1), pp. 54-59.

First, a disclaimer. This is not a book review in the actual sense. 747 more words

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Book Review of ‘Rivers Run Back’: a Gripping, Unputdownable Saga of Humanity

Book Review of “Rivers Run Back”, a collaborative novel by Joyce Yarrow and Arindam Roy 

A Short Review by Lopa Banerjee

Category: Fiction

Publishers: Vitasta Publishing… 323 more words

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Part-time Devdaas by Rugved Mondkar

Indian writing in English gets another metro read in the form of Rugved Mondkar’s Part-time Devdaas. If your idea of a metro read is something that’s fast, engrossing and fictitious, this one is a good buy. 591 more words

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