Fida Haq translates a chapter of a Bangla novel written by Bangladesh’s most enduring story teller late Humayun Ahmed.
A short story by Akash Nabik
In this short story from India, a radio dj’s late radio transmission takes a spine-chilling turn. Click here to read the story.
Rat-boys takes the reader into the world of Brian and his brother Joe. To survive, they rely on each other, but a day out with Joe’s mate Chris changes everything.
Three very thought provoking poems, that shed light into the the depths of the human consciousness. A must read for all poetry enthusiasts.
This poet’s corner presents two poems from South Asia. Reshma Parvez writes on India’s political context, as she reflects on the election atmosphere in the lead up to the 2014 election. Albaab Habib writes from Bangladesh and uses the imagery of white stripes to allude to the experiences we pass by on our journey through life, exploring the spirit of youth and vitality.
A powerful poem by a Bangladeshi poet Sadia Arman who by using the biblical notion “in My Father’s House” beautifully demonstrates religious dogma suppressing liberal arts and personal freedom.