Literature

Fiction: Bringing The Light (Part 1)

The first time I laid eyes on Vasu’s blue eyes was when he came to the office to pick me up for a meeting across the city.  They were striking, those blue eyes, set against the light brown of his skin, topped by his black hair which was neatly trim... Read More...

Short Story: HOPE

It is limelight winter evening. I stand firm on my decision, while searching the deepest point in the Jhelum. I am not one of those water environmentalists no... Read More...

Short Story: First And Foremost

“He was a police officer first and foremost,” Rahul told himself as he looked in the mirror. His dark eyes looked back at him, his hair regulation short, a thick but trimmed moustache just above his lips which were parted slightly, reflecting his in... Read More...
lonely

Poem: Longing

I have grown prematurely old in your love I have lived too many lives in your longing You have aided Far too long The hand of fate Against me Today I’m... Read More...

Poem: Many Ways

I loved you in too many ways The ravenous roots of your love grew deeper Maddening me gently At the end of every nerve in my body I opened up to you in too many ways Unwrapping like a half packed gift You touched every secret vein in my s... Read More...

Book Review: Niv

Around April, I received a message from a young Israeli writer by the name of Itamar S.N. to review his recently published book NIV. What caught my attention wa... Read More...
Manil Suri

Review: The City of Devi – Manil Suri

Amongst gay fiction by Indian authors, Manil Suri's book clearly stands out by not being apologetic or boring, writes Sukhdeep Singh Set in the future in a world torn apart by terror attacks, The City of Devi begins by telling about the immine... Read More...