Tag Archives: prose

Readings In London And Sheffield


Following the Commonwealth Day Observance on March 9th, I enjoyed two more readings in England.

In London, I read at the vibrant Loose Muse, hosted at The Poetry Society’s Poetry Cafe in Covent Garden, along with Agnes Meadows and a formidable open mic group of women poets.

In Sheffield, I read Sheffield-Hallam University along with the novelist Desiree Reynolds.

Photos and videos from both these events can be found on my Facebook page.

A Prose Poem in The Medulla Review and Short Fiction in Monkeybicycle


Strangely enough, two sort-of-surreal prose pieces of mine — written a couple of years apart — have been published on the same day.

The Pepper Vine“, a prose-poem from the years of hallucinatory dreaming, appears in the Prosetry issue of The Medulla Review.

And here in Monkeybicycle is some short fiction: “Take The Weather With You“, a surrealist revenge fantasy.

Metroplus Chennai On The Sangam House Reading


The Hindu has a write-up today on Sangam House’s recent event in Chennai. It’s a good article, but I wish my name was spelt correctly. Read it here.