Poetry || Andante by Trivarna Hariharan

admin- March 11, 2022

Silence. 1. We don't talk to each from across the room. you call it a habit but I don't think it's that.   2. You ... Read More

Poetry || Three Poems by Kushal Poddar

admin- March 11, 2022

Folding Objects into some other Objects Maker folds a paper house. Lantern. Birds. Soft moon-glow door. And I, callow in origami, fold my mind into ... Read More

Fiction || NARCISSUS by Toti O’Brien

admin- March 11, 2022

And of course the whole thing about vanity was an artifact. A cheap gossip or else a lame excuse. They all reveled in those bits ... Read More

David Bowie: The Lazarus of Brixton

Dipan Chakraborty- March 11, 2022

“I'm not a prophet or a stone aged man, just a mortal with potential of a superman. I'm living on.” 10th January, 2016, sometime in ... Read More

Death of Ethics in Brave New World

Mark Antony Rossi- March 11, 2022

The year was 1932 and Aldous Huxley, a British writer, released a futuristic novel entitled Brave New World. In it he describes a dictatorship that ... Read More

The Cursed Verses of Rushdie

admin- February 21, 2022

THE BLUE BOOK The Blue Book is large. The distant red letters doesn’t escape your near-perfect eyesight as you clearly see the five words printed ... Read More