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skip to content a desilit arts and literature journal home about about jaggery masthead submission guidelines staff bios contact press kit fiction gone hood the road to shillong windows poetry belonging a litany (for the native informant)* the lake (haibun) marrow (nariman point, bombay) essays & interviews on being left behind to complicate a love song: an interview with vivek shraya reviews moving forward sideways like a crab by shani mootoo native believer by ali eteraz south haven by hirsh sawhney tell: poems for a girlhood by soraya peerbaye art beena azeem pallavi singh desiderata submit a blog entry archives issue 8: summer 2016 issue 7: winter 2015 issue 6: summer 2015 issue 5: spring 2015 issue 4: fall 2014 issue 3: summer 2014 issue 2: spring 2014 issue 1: fall 2013 issue 9: winter 2017 fiction gone by abhinav kumar any dreams of a special night had dissipated in his clumsy embrace, his evident unease. she’d promised herself that she would contain her tears, but how could she, when the person she held closest in the world felt so foreign? hood by sohrab homi fracis “go home!” viraf was told. not to his south bombay stomping grounds… not to seth building and his loved ones… no. go home to iran. to a place he’d never seen. the road to shillong by bedartha “manas died an hour ago, in an accident on the road to shillong. yet, by an incomprehensible error, he was sitting in my room, by the window, with a sad air of regret about him.” windows by prashila naik “back on the streets, his misery is only enhanced by how the world around him seems still the way it was, while he has just earned himself an experience that is supposed to be one for a lifetime.” poetry belonging by shankar narayan always unable to pass checkpoints, traverse your canyons. punished or blessed, i can’t tell through the ache, my body a litany (for the native informant) by shruti rao it might interest you to know, speaking of the plentiful imagery of the world, that i am the sound of the only brown person in the room. the lake (haibun) by sneha sundaram these trees understand ptsd; their branches are hacked everyday. purging in autumn, reborn every spring. they share in bounty, they share in pain. marrow (nariman point, bombay) by urvashi bahuguna we don’t speak the same language at home, can i teach you the word for peanuts staining newspaper essays & interviews on being left behind by shruti rao this picking up, caressing and eventually letting go of third languages becomes a habit — they’re transitory, like you. and because you never stay in your home state, your mother tongue is never on the syllabus. but english stays. you don’t even notice when it becomes your first language. to complicate a love song: an interview with vivek shraya by dheeraj waran for me, queering gender suggests a kind of deliberate subversion of gender. i am not trying to subvert gender — i am trying to be myself in a world where i am seen as a boy who is subverting gender. reviews moving forward sideways like a crab by shani mootoo reviewed by rebecca cave the novel… highlights trinidadian indian culture which has been severely underrepresented in caribbean literature. native believer by ali eteraz reviewed by neelima vinod m was a man who ate the west, breakfast, lunch, and dinner.” religion was something as foreign to him as bollywood, but not for long. south haven by hirsh sawhney reviewed by sudha balagopal the book is ambitious in trying to cover not just the immediate issues of the indian immigrant family, but broader issues like bullying, the lure of sex, drugs, and the problems with education. tell: poems for a girlhood by soraya peerbaye reviewed by bakul banerjee soraya peerbaye is a canadian poet currently living in toronto. tell: poems for girlhood, her second collection of poems, received the trillium book award and was shortlisted for the prestigious griffin prize for poetry, awarded to canadian poets. art beena azeem i explore the push and pull of race and sexuality, ritual and religion, the human condition, submission and domination, and positioning of females culturally and traditionally…. pallavi singh i am exploring the grooming culture amongst indian men, that is showing a change from the traditional alpha male. i have approached this phenomenon from the lens of commercialization and corporates. armed with creative marketing, they have made way for a male centric society to open up to personal beautification, traditionally considered to be a feminine affair. follow us search desiderata: the blogstop looking for inspiration!august 22, 2016 we all want to do something that we love. something we ‘see’ ourselves doing throughout our lives. something we want to be remembered for. the legacy that we want to leave behind. but most of us aren’t there yet. yeah, it will definitely take time but i’m talking about people who haven’t even taken the […] more... glancesaugust 17, 2016 a short romantic story about a guy new in town who meets a girl in mall more... may 3, 2016 do it do it more... ubiquitous tutorapril 19, 2016 the ubiquitous tutor in layman’s language a tutor aka private teacher is typically one who teaches a single student or a very small group of students. private tutors offer their services to school and college students to augment their learning, hone their skills in the subjects of study in order to help them score superior […] more... reflections in retirementapril 19, 2016 this new year will be different for me, even special, as it will be my first new year in retirement. not my retirement but my husband’s – at the age of sixty, after 35 years of service in government. the age of retirement seems odd, when politicians are voted to work on well into their […] more... recent commentslalajeee on the prayeranshu on interview: chitra banerjee divakaruni on books for young readersriffat durrani-moosa on the prayerdenisha on dinusha jayawardanejanine kovac on sofa talkblog archives august 2016 may 2016 april 2016 december 2015 november 2015 september 2015 august 2015 july 2015 may 2015 april 2015 march 2015 january 2015 december 2014 november 2014 october 2014 september 2014 august 2014 july 2014 june 2014 may 2014 april 2014 march 2014 february 2014 january 2014 march 2013 categories art ask the unicorns blog department editorials essays fiction issues poetry meta log in entries rss comments rss wordpress.org linen theme by the theme foundry copyright © 2017 . all rights reserved. a desilit arts and literature journal


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