Eve Ensler’s essay ‘The Apology’ is as heartbreaking as it provides closure
Ann Patchett’s essay collection ‘These Precious Days’ will blow your mind
Exploring Indian history via two stunning books
3 recommendations and my short to-be-read list
A few months ago, I was introduced to Mariana Enriquez’s writing in The Dangers of Smoking in Bed, a short-story collection; via which I was introduced to the world of nuanced horror. In short, I fell in love with it and I even wrote an article on the book. I thought my liking this kind ofContinue reading “The Political and the Macabre in ‘Things We Lost in the Fire’”
TW: Mentions of racial discrimination. My experience with Assembly as a really short audiobook was full of pauses because of the way it made me introspect. This tiny book packed a punch in the ways it broke down the mantle of privilege, race, gender, and power. Do not be misled by its size (like IContinue reading “The Inheritance of a Colonial Past: On ‘Assembly’, by Natasha Brown”
Why ‘Girl One’ is an important fictional dive in feminist discourse
Let’s go through a read-through of ‘The Picture of Dorian Gray’ and why it is considered the Bible of Dark Academia.
Why ‘The Maidens’ is a thriller take on dark academia. And should you read it?
And why I loved this Kafkaesque trip into alternate realities.