Sweta discusses her creative process, multiculturalism, writing projects and all the little ways one can make a difference to the world.
Book Review: Louisiana Catch by Sweta Srivastava Vikram
A brave and intelligent novel that tries to do a lot of things and succeeds at most of them.
Poetry: beginning as a second person
1. beginnings are quiet things, hastily wrapped & orphaned at your doorstep in the dreamy light of midnight. they come … More
A Review of Thor: Ragnarok by a Loki fangirl
It’s a hilarious LOL watch, but I still think Marvel should keep paying Hiddleston his paycheck.
Witchy: 5 Fun Creative Ways To Use The Tarot That Are Not Divination
Most people tend to associate Tarot cards with fortune telling, and while using them to divine the future is totally … More
Poetry: Red Riding Hood Writes Back
sometimes the wolf strips her naked/ burns her red dress/ and eats her/ even as the moon watches without heartbreak
Your Ultimate Guide to Reading Fantasy Novels
with some not so mainstream gems, you’ll LOVE
Personal Essay: Tim Burton and the Cult of the White Freaks
Do I stop watching Tim Burton films after that racist comment? No.
Book Review: The Secret History by Donna Tartt
Tartt doesn’t tell you the secret, but shows it very deftly in her lucid and enchanting prose.
Interview with Graphic Novelist & Artist Orijit Sen
Orijit Sen is widely regarded as one of the most influential names in the comics scene in India. The author of India’s first graphic novel, River Of Stories, a graduate from NID and the co-founder of People’s Tree, Orijit Sen is involved with several exhibition and museum design projects in India, the United Kingdom and Russia.