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Fiction || Charcoal Dream (Sabrina Binte Masud)

Harun stumbled out of the movie theater. The crowd leaving the building forced him out the door into the absence of rain. His leg muscles were shaking from the pressure on his back. Even someone like him couldn’t maintain his spot for too long. His

Flash Fiction || Heir and Sea (George Salis)

She swam as a fish among fish, a scaled and finned body. The sound of the churning water like an echo chamber. Then she was neither fish nor infant, but unborn baby. Fetus-formed, she backstroked in the russet sea of her mother’s womb. She continued

Serial || Cross Eyed Sleep (Part 5) (Siddharth Pathak)

 PREVIOUSLY Initiated to a life of violence and crime at an early age, David Mondal has worked his way up from being a pickpocket to a professional assassin. David escapes the accidental revelations of the doctor in the train who kept coming close to randomly

Serial || Cross-Eyed Sleep (Part 4) (Siddharth Pathak)

PREVIOUSLY Initiated to a life of violence and crime at an early age, David Mondal has worked his way up from being a pickpocket to a professional assassin. David escapes the accidental revelations of the doctor in the train who kept coming close to randomly pinpoint

Fiction || Death of Valerie

“Hello. You can call me ‘The Voice’. I am non-human. This probably makes the ability to avoid passing judgements my most distinctive trait. I live through the ages, in quiet observation, which probably makes me a composed spectator. I am here to tell you a story but

The Fires upon the Tower (C B Droege)

Those who live in the surrounding villages simply call them “The Fires”. They tell stories of two invisible dancers who climb the tower each night in robes of flame. The figures dance from window to window, parapet to parapet, buttress to buttress. For miles around

Serial || Cross-Eyed Sleep (Part 3) (Siddharth Pathak)

PREVIOUSLY Initiated to a life of violence and crime at an early age, David Mondal has worked his way up from being a pickpocket to a professional assassin. David’s whimsical adaptation of different personas during each assignment hits a roadblock during the train journey to

Drama || A Moon of Jupiter (Pothik Bagchi)

SCENE ONE Two men post an informal dinner. The setting is a drawing room. The background has the impression of a starry night – a blank canvas dotted with bluish-white, red and green dots, twinkling as if stars. There are two couches on the stage.