Friday, July 1, 2022

Fiction

Alone – Not Lonely – Jayaprakashan Ambali, Kerala

Rajesh slid the sofa to the recline position, to watch the shimmering greenery of the mountains in the setting sun. He is back after...

Being Human – Priyadarshi

It is end of December and the wind of lucknow contains some extra chilliness… I was never an early riser in college but after...

The Indian Thanksgiving – Hans Albert Lewis

Tom was flying east for the holidays. But turkeys don’t fly and even if they could fly short distances they definitively can’t fly over...

Reminiscences – Santhosh Kumar Kana

My grandfather used to bring me a packet of sweets when I was nine or ten years old. When he arrived in the evening,...

Feathers – Vivek

It was a dull and horrid day for him, the day he attended his umpteenth interview, only to hear that the management had already...

Brown Pebbles – Anita Manuel

The wine was flowing. So were the conversation and the laughter. Apropos of nothing, Kane turned to smile at the Indian girl sitting next...

Royal Detours – Parul Upadhyaya

A very long and tiring day, yielding to nothing… again… I rang the bell of my flat, and my roommate hidden behind some face pack...

Scars of Yester Years – Rajeev Sadasivan

Winter has a unique way of exhuming the pains of the past, be it the sweet little nostalgic feelings or those bone cracks &...

Heat, Hatred and Retribution – Anita Kainthla

I watched the chaos of blood in numbness. The show of gore had probably been staged to inflict a nauseating disturbance on the spectators...

Compatible Bone Marrow – Ram Govardhan, Chennai, Tamilnadu

David was enjoying his newfound freedom, akin to his carefree days of Poonthura, with gay abandon, after four years of conjugal confinement. With no...

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