This is a blueprint for dating as an Indian girl in America. This will tell you everything you need to know to secure a husband who likes his rotis perfectly round and his wife perfectly thin. Read more →
Memories which horrify her on cold, sober walks still tick somewhere in her blood. At night, the rejected words sometimes run over her skin like a wave; she is still somehow primed for them. Read more →
By branding the entire landscape as forever natural and unchanging, we are recreating it in the conservationist ideal. What we are actually conserving, however, is a mere figment of modern imagination. Read more →
Commercial science fiction subverts the most mundane ideas of the familiar, woos and consoles us: you who were buried by your white picket fence, you alone can imagine the dimensions of the universe contorted.
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