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Category Archives: Short Story
I was asked to write a (very) short detective story for The New Indian Express, and I instead wrote this piece on detectives. Ben and Jerry [Preface: The face of Sherlock Holmes that we have grown up seeing is of … Continue reading
The proudest moment of my brief literary career was when a short story I wrote was selected for the super-prestigious Quarterly Literary Review Singapore. I am still basking in the glory of that moment, even though it has been more than … Continue reading
The last couple of weeks have been a complete nightmare, thus the hiatus from facebook and elsewhere (more on that later). But if there has been one excellent thing that happened, it is this. The first edition of the eMagazine … Continue reading
About two years ago, a short story of mine got published for the first time. At Out of Print, no less. And this came about after 32 rejects. Started off a beautiful journey. Here is the link to the story. … Continue reading
Yes, another. Stuff’s happening, folks, if you didn’t notice. Fifth down. Thanks to Aravind Jayan of TBR for reaching out. TBR is a fine, fine place for some quality literature. Do visit. Here is the link. There was a short … Continue reading
Yes, QLRS. Quarterly Literary Review Singapore. Their landmark 50th issue, even. How lucky can a man get! Here is the link.
My story, Separation, has been published in the November ’13 issue of The Reading Hour Magazine. Isn’t it awesome! You can read an excerpt here (Link). It’s a print magazine, so please buy / subscribe.