A Bed Of Stones

A Bed Of Stones by Chroma Curious Short Story Nyor was sitting quietly on a bed of stones. She had been sitting there for ages. No, that was not her home. A cave of rocks, stalagmites and stalactites could hardly be a home for anyone. Ah, home… that word has multiple...

Orphan

Orphan by V. P. Gangadharan Short Story He is born to an unknown mother. It implies a blatant denial of parturition to offspring, a crass refusal of rational identity from a progenitor, making of an anthropoid creature void of ‘in-your-face’ societal stamp, called for...

Send me postcards and books

Send me postcards and books by Sneha Rooh poetry Send me postcards and books Your clothes for swapping And all the slicing words that repeat Send me the smile you forgot to give And the words you carried back with you Send me the words you did say So that I can touch...

Interview with spoken word artist Uppa Tsuyo

INTERVIEW WITH Spoken word artist Uppa Tsuyo by Sneha Rooh interview Uppa is a poet and spoken word artist from Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India. She has been performing regularly at Delhi Poetry Slams and likes to write about the struggles of the people around her. Uppa...