I don't like to be greedy between two books. I try to remain enveloped in the after mist for at least some time before picking up a new book.
Who doesn’t love graphic stories? There is an immense richness and prolificacy in visual stories which enables the flat words come to life and appear grand and renders the imaginative ideas: a reality.
For a very long time, the genre of romance did not exist for me. Then about three months ago, I came across Radclyffe's book.
It was a memorable evening of storytelling, slam poetry, and readings that engaged everybody in the revelry of language and performances.
Adolescence especially needs such references where everything around seems idiosyncratic and painful.
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Labia & Gaysi, have come together again to present to you the second edition of Read Out Loud!
Happy New Year, Everyone!! Today we bring you hope of a wild, wacky, cray cray and very gay new year to look forward to in 2014.
Because The Second Edition of The Gaysi Zine is here! And it is BIGGER. BETTER AND MORE AWESOMESAUCE than the first one.
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We received a modest number of entries all of which were very heartfelt and beautiful.
The themes I have explored have to do with forgiveness. The book also uses themes from Buddhist philosophy.
You may have seen the tweets online but we're now making it official. We are publishing the Gaysi Zine vol. 2 this August.
India’s most awaited LGBT anthology, after 2009 Delhi High Court Ruling on section 377, Out! Stories from the New Queer India, published by Queer Ink and edited by Ms. Minal Hajratwala, is finally here.
I once dreamed that I rode a wave to Sri Lanka. If I were a character in Samit Basu’s Turbulence, I wonder what my superpower would be.
This Sunday, we will resume the book club with a chat. We'll talk about the growth of queer literature in India, and why it's of so much significance.
Come and read between the lines at the Godrej Book Club! It's time for you to get hooked, cooked and of course, booked, with the brilliant minds, finger-licking food and stimulating discussion.
Tata Literature Fest! The Mumbai Lit Festival presents to you Panel Discussion with Benjamin Law and Minal Hajratwala facilitated by Parmesh Shahani.