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Category: Issue 5 (D’Costa, Sayuj, D’Souza)

The Last Show – by Dion D’Souza

It is quite possible that I took a wrong turn as I was walking down the quiet, dark corridor, fumbling my way out of the building. There was no one behind me, though in all likelihood, that was because most of the other patrons (there had been just a handful in attendance to begin with) […]

The Help – by Michelle D’Costa

She aroused interest in Bradley like a sealed envelope could do. He was dumb but not deaf and she did not know that. When she realised he was dumb she assumed that he had to be deaf too. She was the help but she was not hired to look after him. Little did she know […]

The Infinite Capacity for Illusion – by Riku Sayuj

Whither The Magic? One Hundred Years of Solitude is one of my favorite novels. Which is why, when I started reading Love in the Time of Cholera, one of the things I noticed immediately was the lack of that subtle brand of magic that I had so enjoyed. I wanted it badly and went around […]