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POETRY || Scott Thomas Outlar

Swimming in the Blood and Water of Mars It’s one sip of solace for the suffering gulped etcetera ad infinitum that still doesn’t soothe black coal scar tissue sewn shut and captured in exhausted...

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ARTICLE || Hello, Dolly, Goodbye

Nearly everything about the musical comedy “Hello, Dolly” is legendary. It’s a nostalgic time capsule set to music, not only of the early 20th century but of Broadway’s golden era. And yet, it remains...

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EDITORIAL || Largest Democracy

Between the last time I wrote something for this column and the present, my nation has come perilously close to a war with her neighbour Pakistan. It all began with the tragic killing of...

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POETRY & ART || Arathy Asok & Sabari

  ARATHY ASOK currently teaches at Government Victoria College, Palakkad, Kerala, India. She has published poems in national and international journals and is currently working on a book of poems and short stories. SABARI...

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POETRY || Jared Morningstar

Confessions of an Aging Teacher He held them in the palm of his hand. Lifting them higher above his head like Atlas, his knees buckled: knees that were older now, knees that were forced...

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CINEMA || Tumbbad

I am tempted to begin this piece by mentioning the brilliant, singular song penned by Raj Shekhar and arranged by the composer duo Ajay and Atul Gogavale. The lyrics speak of fortune and fear...