My story, ‘Honor’ long-listed at the DNA-Out of Print special feature. [This was a 11th hour (11:30 pm) entry by me after returning from a wholesome day at The Lucknow Literature Festival. I was almost asleep the moment I sent it. Next morning, I woke up and thought it was a dream. https://outofprintmagazine.blogspot.in/
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The purpose of the Arcs-of-a-Circle Artists’ Residency Mumbai is to provide a snug 10-day crucible for artists’ across art forms to converge and converse around women’s empowerment. The co-organizers for this program are The US Consulate General Mumbai; Akshara Centre – a women’s rights organization; poet and fiction writer Rochelle Potkar. Traversing intersectionality is our other focus….
The last month or maybe even before that or maybe even before that, have been spent in a tizzy. I feel like clothes in a washing machine on a never-ending tumble wash! Project managing The Arcs-of-a-Circle Artists’ Residency Mumbai has taught me so much. But it’s sisyphean. It still feels too little, no matter how…
The Joao Roque Literary Journal winners for ‘Best in Fiction award 2017’ and ‘Best in non-Fiction award 2017’ are out! Jessica Faleiro for her short story, ‘Unmatched’. & Fatima M. Noronha for her memoir, ‘The Menino will come Tonight’. Click on this link to read!
Dear Friends, You are invited to this evening of readings. Hosted by The Mira Project, and Scherezade Siobhan. Speak. Share. Get involved. Mark your calendar. 24th November. 3 o’clock – afternoon. RSVP on this Facebook link.
I had fun being one of the judges to this Slam! A few of my unread Rattle poetry anthologies became good prize components. What a splendid evening was it. At Words Tell Stories, Barking Deer. Rochelle D’silva has created such a crucible of vibrancy with riveting, stirring poetry. She, the nurturist. She, the culturist. And…