Issue no. 6
When at last, towards the tail-end of the book, we discover that, Tilo and Musa ‘had always fitted together like pieces of an unsolved and (perhaps unsolvable) puzzle'. We don’t really care.
Issue no. 5
Despite the apocalyptic demons shrieking from inside Murray's head, make no mistake, this is not a book to be dismissed as a racist rant.
Issue no. 4
Even his paintings of nudes conform to the image of woman as the neoclassical Venus or la grande odalisque of the romantics ...
Issue no. 3
Age of Frenzy draws on the narrative of a coercive Portuguese invasion of Goa leading to the destruction of indigenous culture ...
Issue No. 3
India's Wars is a book written entirely from a military point of view and is unnervingly masculine in its interpretation of history.
Issue no. 2
The writer Jayanti Naik grew up in what she calls 'the economically backward village of Amona in Quepem'. This geographical specificity informs and frames much of her narrative.
Issue no. 1
With the short story as their weapon, Goan writers delighted in exposing the affectations, privilege and biases of the society they lived in. Frequently using satire, they took aim at personalities and peccadillos with brutal honesty ...
It is precisely because Rosalyn is so fragile, so thwarted and so conflicted, that we can identify with her as a woman, and an honest one at that.