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A Greek poetry of defiance at a time of Left intellectual refusal

Τhe melancholic turn of Greek poetry in the 2000s is a very interesting part of the global melancholic turn of Left thought and culture (though much less politics and media) in the 21st century, and should be discussed in this larger context. 851 more words

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Book Discussion 

Most of you must have read this masterpiece. I won’t write much about it in the review as we all know that such naration of magical realism can’t be explained but felt. 33 more words

Short Stories

Poem of the Week: When the Dust Settles

When the Dust Settles
October 22, 2016

All this season so far, so many ads,
Which is nothing new, given tradition,
But along with them comes the tired fad… 106 more words


Letter To The Mist By Archita Mittra

Letter To The Mist

Dear Gandhi,

Last summer,
on a sleepless feverish afternoon,
I read of a woman in Israel,
Black-robed and stone-faced
For killing her rapist. 223 more words

Literary Magazine

Supped Full With Horrors

From the time I was 7 or 8 until I was about 11, my favorite Saturday night activity was tuning into Creature Feature or Chiller Thriller.  972 more words

Book review: 'The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay'

This review was originally published in May 2001 in the Albany Times Union.

Wonder boys in Gotham City:

Vivid characters inhabit Michael Chabon’s ‘Kavalier & Clay’ 894 more words