Confluence August 2017 issue I am truly delighted to share our latest and the fifteenth-year publication of Confluence magazine with all our readers and writers.
By Migel Jayasinghe Aldous Huxley’s futuristic parable Brave New World was published to some acclaim in 1932. Huxley as a novelist, essayist and a social
A Quick Fix Hang my picture on your wall. That’s all you have to do. I’ll do the rest. I know what’s best for you.
Dr Renee Ranchan presenting her book, To Each With Love, to the Hon’ble President of India Mr Pranab Mukherjee at the Rashtrapati Bhavan, New Delhi, on
Confluence May 2017 issue
Coming down on the escalator, I saw the whirlpools of the human heads mingling and dis-joining. They looked threatening. I had a sinking feeling I
At a recent book launch of Mona Dash’s A Certain Way, a poetry collection, it was rare to see the Indian audience animated in the
By Shanta Acharya On 8th November 2016 the Government of India took the unprecedented step of banning the use of ₹500 and ₹1000 notes. The
By Tassie Seneviratne “Constitution making in Sri Lanka has become a highly contentious issue. The problem lies in the challenge to democracy, arising from the
Saree It came wrapped in desire’s eager rustling a gift I did not choose. Though warp and weft obeyed an ambiguous design, the shade beguiled.