The Viral Bad Dating Fiction Story – Cat Person by Kristen Roupenian Why the above short story was written, a short interview in New Yorker by its fiction editor Deborah Treisman with Kristen Roupenian After reading the above interview, I listened (this time) to the story again, like you watch a twisted plot movie again […]
I quit my job 11 months back. I couldn’t exactly tell why. There were things going on at home and I thought I was needed. My brother was soon going to be battling the most baseless competition of his life – Engineering Exams in India. I felt I needed to be there in case he […]
I’ve started reading short stories lately. I think it’s extremely exciting to deconstruct how they are written and learn from them. Here are the two that I read this week. “Hiddensee” by Michelle Hart The Husband Snitch
The grind of money, working their way to the dreams that are rocks and stones made out of the small particles of sand, shining all sparkly as if they contained magic. At my temporary staying place here in Chandigarh, there’s a family from a small village in Punjab staying in this city. My maternal grandfather […]
Last night I had a horrid dream. Bone shaking me to my core, I have never had such a sweaty nightmare ever before. I dream very less (if I do, I don’t remember most of them). Last night’s -mare ingrained in my memory very starkly. Details need too much background information about my family members. […]
A Travelogue about Leh-Ladakh, India.