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TALESPIN - ERA.MURUKAN
TALESPIN - ERA.MURUKAN

The other day I was watching an old Tamil cinema on cable television, ...

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MUSINGS OF AN AXOLOTL - C. S. LAKSHMI
MUSINGS OF AN AXOLOTL - C. S. LAKSHMI

The Horizon is Just an Imaginary Line ...

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POETRY - ANANYA CHATTERJEE
POETRY - ANANYA CHATTERJEE

I cannot tell my five-year-old ...

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FLASH FICTION - JEFF COLEMAN
FLASH FICTION - JEFF COLEMAN

Philosophers have pondered it. Theologians have pontificated ...

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Fiction - Fred Miller
Fiction - Fred Miller

"Sybil, darling, it's Allison, how are you, my dear?"

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FICTION - By Murali Kamma
FICTION - By Murali Kamma

“Yes?” he said, staring at Jai, who had arrived early that ...

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POETRY - GALE ACUFF
POETRY - GALE ACUFF

I want to know where I go when I die. I figure that this where must be a place....

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POETRY - RICHARD LUFTIG
POETRY - RICHARD LUFTIG

Even in May, the moon Cannot burn off dew; ...

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POETRY - SHEENA SINGH
POETRY - SHEENA SINGH

Under the dark sky, in full view of ...

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FICTION - TOLU DANIEL
FICTION - TOLU DANIEL

It was in 1994 when I realized people could generate enough heat ...

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POETRY - VINITA AGRAWAL
POETRY - VINITA AGRAWAL

We visited Versova, one rain lashed morning, hand in hand. ...

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BOOK REVIEW  - JALSAGHAR BY STEFFEN HORSTMANN
BOOK REVIEW - JALSAGHAR BY STEFFEN HORSTMANN

‘Shahid, you’re inside the fire, searching for the dark’ ...

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Novella - Serkan Engin
Novella - Serkan Engin

Night was covering the faces like a black veil. The moon was ...

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FLASH FICTION - JEFF COLEMAN
FLASH FICTION - JEFF COLEMAN

Jacqueline peered into the smooth porcelain toilet, contemplating ...

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SOTTO VOCE - INDIRA PARTHASARATHY - Bharati’s private voice
SOTTO VOCE - INDIRA PARTHASARATHY - Bharati’s private voice

Once a saint was cursed to be a pig. He felt humiliated. ...

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Letter from London - 7 - from John Looker - Ghost Dances
Letter from London - 7 - from John Looker - Ghost Dances

The phone call ended when my aunt said she was sorry but ...

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