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Shadow – Keerti Manoj

The storm did pass, And the fire did stop, Still something lingers there, Or was it just me?The Wobbly legs And Drooping eyes Kept on warning me to stop Done sinking...

Delirium – Janice Raquela Mendonca

My body craves sleep My mind is depraved My eyes hunger for comatose My bones are tired Sleep is elusive My passion lacks enthusiasm My being is restless Enraged at my...

Accursed Freedom

"Winner of Quillopia Short Story Competition"

The Wife and the Ghost – Monalisa Joshi

The soft clay that felt so clammy and velvety against the feet in those paddy fields…Urvija thought to herself while feeling the splashes over her flaxen skin that...

Wordflow: Short Story Competition.

Rules: Word Limit: 1200 (Any short story exceeds the given limit can be submitted and will be under the discretion of the Editor.) Eligibility: Anyone can participate....

Men, Money and Chocolate By Menna Van Praag

Men, Money and Chocolate is one of the books we’d nonchalantly pick to read and yet feel overwhelmed by its charm to grip us into spiralling emotions. One can...

Death Of A Salesman, Arthur Miller

“You stuff somebody into the American dream, and it becomes a prison.” – Craig Lyle Thomas Death of a salesman is a 1949 play by American playwright Arthur Miller,...

“Soliloquy” August Issue

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August Issue: Soliloquy

Here is the list of all the Writers selected for the August Issue ‘Soliloquy’. 0 likes

Can you Keep a secret? – Sophie Kinsella

Hello readers, I want everyone to answer this – Can you keep a secret? Whether its yours or someone else. Whether it’s small or the long one. Effective or...