Akhil Sharma’s ‘Cosmopolitan’ is a story of overlaps, or perhaps, multitudes. Part of the Faber Stories series – […]

Quite often there are times when I feel lucky that I got to read a certain story. Maybe […]

Though I do love crime and have read a fair bit of it, I had to confess that […]

The theme of sexual awakening and desire has been explored since the dawn of literature; through the works […]

What can be decided in a few moments that will not be questioned for a lifetime? Mrs. Fox […]

I’ve been a fan of Robert Aickman for a number of years now after I was introduced to […]

There is a consistence sense of rootlessness and exploration in Edna O’Brien’s short story ‘Paradise’. Though I confess […]

An accomplished writer, of that there is no doubt, Kazuo Ishiguro’s short story ‘Come Rain or Come Shine’ […]

How brilliant it is to get to review a book about a train journey, whilst on the train […]

I just read Dante and the Lobster over coffee and an unnecessarily large amount of mini flapjacks. Now […]