Readers Recommend List

Readers’ Recommend List #1

The ‘Readers’ Recommend List’ is a community-curated listicle of must-reads, handpicked by our passionate readers. Hey

The Night We Ate A Dragon & Other Poems

My brother was scared of the charred nostrilshe said he saw another universe insidewe made him

Mother, I feel like I’m in your womb again now that I’m 23

Looking back at the blurry recollections of my teenage years, I see a rage burning so

From Kolkata to London: In Conversation with London’s Rising Chef, Sohini Banerjee who is Blending Bengali Tradition and Global Tastes

The creative force behind Smoke and Lime Supperclubs, Sohini Banerjee, is weaving her Bengali roots into
Agnes Varda

France in the Films of Agnès Varda

A pioneer of the “French New Wave,” second-wave feminist and photographer, Agnès Varda’s films blurred the

Narcissus And the Echo: On Revisiting the Travesty Of AI

“…mankind, a giant loneliness strolling through an even greater loneliness.” – Negar Emrani Calls the wise

Shakespeare’s Lavinia

A clandestine tragedy, as I watched you sleep in some comfortable and some questionably comfortable positions

Animal Review: Feudal Patriarchy in the Guise of Creative Liberty

Even the female animals in a zoo are treated with more dignity and respect than the

i hate the world on most days

i am trying to cut down on sugar and stay away from emotionally unavailable men what

Joy Goswami’s Iconic Poem ‘Premik’, Translated Into English

You can read the original poem in Bengali by Joy Goswami titled ‘প্রেমিক’ here. #Translation #Bengali
To Kill A Mockingbird

Surreally Serendipitous: The Day I Watched Aaron Sorkin’s Adaptation of ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’

A good friend suggested I read ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’. So one day, as my brother
Miss Prediction

Miss Prediction’s Terrible But Well-Meaning Astrology Advice Column*

You can subscribe to our newsletter here. Are you tired of the same old boring advice

This 17th Century Text is a Must Read for Every Feminist

Aphra Behn, one of the first major woman playwrights, cleverly rewrites the masculine-dominated Restoration comedy into
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