Confluence August 2019 Issue
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.
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
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.
The Lyrical Capitals Reviewed by Yogesh Patel Poets: Kavita A. Jindal, Yogesh Patel, Mathura, Abhay K, George Szirtes “With a poet in Abhay K., we
Click here to read Confluence February 2017 issue Every crisis yields an opportunity Two major events that took place during 2016 in Europe and in America
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By Usha Akella Hold up the onion skin of your poetry to the light, You are nothing, A drum roll, With no procession. What is
Demolishing Myths I read an article about Western brigands author says the machinating western world in connivance with the corporate is also terrorising, brigands and
A review by Ananya Guha Nathan Hassall’s (www.nathanhassall.co.uk) poems explore the motif of darkness in literature. The poems in his book do not offer any