The castles of grief of those left behind, made light of and disguised.
My sister and I had gotten into the habit of going to the Ekashila children’s park by ourselves, in the dead heat of the afternoon.
What does it mean to linger in the face of extinction? How do we gather that immensity into our short lifespans?
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Angry is an anthology of monologues by Philip Ridley, perhaps Britain's most distinctive living playwright.
Translating India is Litro’s newest body of captivating stories from the subcontinent, shrugging off Salman Rushdie’s assertion that Indian writers in English are proving more interesting.
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- Different Worlds: The York Realist at the Donmar Warehouse (2/19/2018) - This play written seventeen years ago hits us with a very contemporary dilemma. How do two people who love each other - and yet have a clear sense of their Read More
- The Newcomers (2/18/2018) - My sister and I had gotten into the habit of going to the Ekashila children’s park by ourselves, in the dead heat of the afternoon.
- Along The Ganges (2/17/2018) - The calloused hands of the oarsman worked a rhythmic sluice in the Ganges River. The rising sun cast a pinkish hue through the fog, and smells of incense, spices, and Read More
- The Tiniest Shower in Paris (2/16/2018) - How to fall in love in Paris.
“It’s so nice to feel good,” she said, and touched herself while she sucked his cock. Strewn over the table were the implements of their game, which had been her game first, and was now his too. Nothing kinky.
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"You westerners! You have too much fear!" he said. "You need to let loose. You know, like the Indian way. Here we don't worry. Here, no problem!"
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