- Rajorshi Chakraborti
Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Black Bird - Sampurna Chatterjee
Just Like Hutton - Madulika Liddle
Mera Bharat Mahaan - Mariam Karim
Printers' Row, Chicago - Dipika Mukherjee
Smoke Gets in your Eyes - Anjana Basu
Hiroshima, Mon Amour - Sylvia Ashby
The Sphatik - Kalpish Ratna
Where a Line is a Circle - Bhaswati Ghosh
Indus, 3180 km - Akhil Katyal
He Got You - Saborna Roychowdhury
A Bridge across Time - Sucharita Dutta-Asane
East, West Sequence - Ricardo Pérez-Salamero García
The Caravan of the Cultures of the World - Varsha Seshan
It's not about Melbourne; It's about Melbourne - Anubha Yadav
Distance M Mohan Kumar
The Perfect Gentleman
- Imran Ahmad
The Hungry Ghosts - Shyam Selvadurai
And the Mountains Echoed - Khaled Hosseini
Flight of the Flamingo - Sangeeta Mall
The House with a Thousand Stories - Aruni Kashyap
(Hansda Sowvendra Shekhar)
This is the third and final issue of ELJ in 2013, and we have enjoyed ourselves very much indeed. We thank all of you for your keen interest and warm response every time.
In this issue (East, West: Juxtapositions & Intersections), we have for you works by writers such as Rajorshi Chakraborti, Kalpish Ratna, Madhulika Liddle, Anjana Basu, Sampurna Chattarji, Dipika Mukherjee, and various others.
Bapsi Sidhwa, the well-known writer from Pakistan, was kind enough to do an interview with us. She has some interesting insights to offer. We also showcase works by the award-winning artist, Kavita Jaiswal, in our Studio section.
When we chose this theme, we expected to receive some interesting submissions – and we did! We hope you'll enjoy our selections.
Our book review section seems to be gaining popularity day by day. However, we'd like to request all publishers/authors to send their books well before the deadline. As you can understand, we need to allow enough time to our reviewers to deliver.