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Read at home: In this fantasy story, ‘Death’ visits a young woman who has accosted him in the past
An excerpt from the story The Girl Who Haunted Death by Nikita Deshpande, from ‘Magical Women’, edited by Sukanya Venkatraghavan.
· Apr 08, 2020 · 03:30 pm
‘What is it about heterosexual love that can make it incompatible with a truly feminist life?’
In an interview, poet, short-story writer and columnist Sharanya Manivannan has questions of her own.
· Jan 06, 2018 · 12:30 pm