Three scholarly Conversations with renowned writers – Bill Ashcroft, Shanta Gokhale and Shashi Deshpande by Sayan Dey (in pic) and Ananya Sarkar explore aspects of postcolonial theory, theatre and the art of fiction. Charanjeet Kaur, the Editor, picks up a variety of articles on Svetlana Alexievich, Ruskin Bond, Amandeep Sandhu and the folklore of Kashmir and Nagaland.

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  Charanjeet Kaur: Editorial

  Bill Ashcroft: In Coversation with Sayan Dey
  Shanta Gokhale: In Discussion with Sayan Dey
  Shashi Deshpande: In a Chat with Ananya Sarkar

  Shikoh Mohsin Mirza: Svetlana Alxievich

Literary Articles
  Debabrata Sardar: Tracing the Transition
  Manjinder Kaur Wratch: 1984 and Amandeep Sandhu’s Roll of Honour
  Manzoor Ahmad Najar: Heemal Nagrai
  Pharmenash Ch Marak & Dwijen Sharma: Pastoral Modes in Ruskin Bond
  Subhra Roy: Naga Identity through Myth and Magic Realism

Feast on as many as nine engaging stories revolving around the course of love, the ways of lust, challenges in tending differently abled kids, harsh realities of life, communal harmony, and daydreaming peccadillos. Sushant Dhar (in pic) captures the agony of the pitiable lot who are driven to be refugees in their own land. The other writers are Bhanumati Mishra, Bosco Propócio Afonso (Trans: Carmen N V Peres), Enakshi Biswas, Md Faizan Fuzail, Shweta Tiwari, Shyamasri Maji, Suyash Sahu, and Tuhin Harit.

U Atreya Sarma – Editorial Musings
Bhanumati Mishra – ‘A Raging Goddess’
Bosco Propócio Afonso: ‘Memories of Margarida’
Enakshi Biswas – ‘The Slap’
Muhammad Faizan Fuzail – ‘The Girl in Hijab’
Shweta Tiwari – ‘An indelible journey’
Shyamasri Maji – ‘The Nettle Leaves’
Sushant Dhar – ‘The Lost Home’
Suyash S – ‘The Crazy Stalker’
Tuhin Harit – ‘The Time Machine’


You have reviews of five interesting books (three novels; one collection of poems & short stories; and one non-fiction Kalidasa’s “Syamala Dandakam” in English translation). Ananya Sarkar (in pic) reviews Chitra Banerjee Devakaruni’s “Before We Visit the Goddess,” a multigenerational novel with an Indian-cum-American setting. Other reviewers are Shruti Md, Kalyanee Rajan, Smitha Madanan, and U Atreya Sarma.

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Ananya Sarkar – ‘Before We Visit the Goddess’
Kalyanee Rajan – ‘The Glass Bead Curtain’
Smitha Madanan – ‘The Vegetarian’
Sruti Md – ‘A Symphony of Chance Encounters’
U Atreya Sarma – ‘Syamala Dandakam’


Senior poet Vihang Naik (in pic) writes evocatively about Devadars, “They stand./ Tall./ Mute./ Now/ since hundred years/ bearing witness with silent hills/ that will not speak.” Matching him in poetic flight are a dozen other poets, many young, and being featured for the first time. Commenting on the poetry on offer, Ambika Ananth, the editor says, “These inspired lucid outpourings are sure to stir gently the soul and spirit of the readers; they are sure to strengthen their aesthetic mental fabric.”

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Ambika Ananth – Editorial Note
Anoop Sharma
Debasis Tripathy
Dev Dutt
Ishmeet Kaur Chaudhry
Jibrael Jos
Malavika S Udayan
Malsawmi Jacob
Pooja Agarwal
Sagar Mal Gupta
Sanam Sharma
Tejasvi Saxena
Vihang Naik
Vivek Sharma

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