While Do You Remember Kunan Poshpora is a critical study on impunity, The Mothers of Manipur is a chronicle of twelve women who staged a historic protest against the armed forces in Manipur on 15 July, 2004.
A little bit of wisdom on love and relationships from bell hooks
A review of Sarvat Hasin’s collection of short stories, You Can’t Go Home Again. Published by Penguin India, February 2018.
A review of Kavitha Rao’s The Librarian, published by Kitaab, 2017.
Book dedications. One odd lil one. Another heartening, yet sad. I wonder what they would say to each other.
How do you save a drowning person? Throw a rubber float at them. Three weeks back WordPress wished me Happy Anniversary. It took me a couple of moments to realize, it has been a year since I started this blog. Looking back now, the one year seemed to have swooshed by. But, I know the…
…if I was going to read fiction, sometimes I would only know what my comfort zone was by leaving it… -Neil Gaiman Maybe I am not fond of my job, but I love the frills. My workplace doesn’t actually have a library. But they have signed up with a library services company, Kwench. So we…
A review of Dani Shapiro’s fourth memoir Hourglass: Time, Memory, Marriage. Published by Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, 2017.
A peekaboo review of Lena Dunham’s Not That Kind of a Girl
A transient thought on Emily Dickinson
Sharing some bookish love
A review of Sumana Roy’s How I Became a Tree. Published by Aleph, 2017.