The Girl Who Made It Snow in Singapore
by Masturah Alatas | Aug 12, 2022 | Features, Fiction
Be melting snow. Wash yourself of yourself. A white flower grows in the quietness....Read More
“Worlds Collide,” Act II
by James Livingston | Jan 22, 2021 | Features, Fiction, Theater
ACT II [Lights come up, dawn is breaking, Marcellinus, Augustine, and Jeromeare in various stages of sleep on their respective couches, obviously inebriated—platters of food, bottles of wine are everywhere. Pelagiusis...Read More
by Gauribalan | Dec 27, 2020 | Fiction
[Gauribalan is a Sri Lankan Tamil writer. The story is about the anti-Tamil pogrom in July 1983...Read More
by Ben Libman | Nov 2, 2020 | Fiction
“Maybe I was coming down with something, and should go to the hospital. I had heard somewhere that it was bad to be outside when there was a fire growing that was close enough to smell, and there I was, tucked into the sheets with the window above my head open about eight inches, inviting the outdoors and its odours into bed with me.”Read More
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