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Brutal by Uday Satpathy

The first book from Rashmi Bansal’s publishing house Bloody Good Book, Brutal by Uday Satpathy, is a gripping thriller. India’s first crowd-sourced novel, Brutal has a fast-paced story that weaves around multiple homicides, dangerous experiments, plotting of industrial war and men who have crossed all human boundaries to pursue their ambitions. 270 more words

Contemporary Fiction

How what I read influences my writing

While reading excerpts from an interview with a contemporary author, I came across an interesting question – “Is your writing influenced in anyway by what you read”? 848 more words


Experiencing Poetry Through Performance - Kitchen Poems

Even after a year of frequenting the theatre hubs in the city every weekend, I’m surprised to note there’s always a new form or experience waiting to be discovered. 626 more words

Play Reviews

Book Review: First House/ Pehla Ghar : A Santhali Folktale

First House/ Pehla Ghar

Retold by Jane Sahi

Translation – Shivnarayan Gour

Pictures – Ranu Titus

Home, sweet home! But how did the home come to be about? 317 more words

Book Reviews

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

The Wings Of Poesy

The House that BJ Built by Anuja Chauhan

“The best rom-com sequel ever…”

“Fun, flirty and thoroughly entertaining”


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

Contemporary Fiction

Book Review : Custody by Manju Kapur


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