32 Naga Girls and Women Write About Naga Womanhood

The Many That I Am

This post reviews the book, The Many That I Am: Writings From Nagaland edited by Anungla Zoe Longkumer. (Publisher: Zubaan books, 2019.) Rating: 5/5

Oliver Sacks — His Life & His Times

The first time I learned about Oliver Sacks was via the only blog of its kind Brain Pickings. Maria Popova's (founder and author at Brain Pickings) wonderful article — Love, Lunacy, and a Life Fully Lived: Oliver Sacks, the Science of Seeing, and the Art of Being Seen — arrested my senses and I was introduced … Continue reading Oliver Sacks — His Life & His Times

We Should All Be Feminists by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

This book, an essay to be precise, We Should All Be Feminists by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie is a modified version of her TEDxEuston talk. An extremely rich in experience and full of small but significant anecdotes from her life this essay serves as a handbook of definition of feminism for all. She [Adichie] helps us … Continue reading We Should All Be Feminists by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Diary of Discrimination  —  An Artist’s Face-Off With Racism

Initial Education in Racism When ‘racism’ was taught to me first, I recall, I was in eighth grade, my teacher would emphasize how the colour ‘White’ was almost dictatorial, once upon a time — I want to tell her how grossly incorrect she is — and how badly it crushed the ‘Black’. It was not the definition which got stuck … Continue reading Diary of Discrimination  —  An Artist’s Face-Off With Racism

Insomniac City — A Scintilla of Memories

On the 5th of May 2018, I visited Chapter 101 bookstore in Gurgaon; a fancy place, I heard about this bookstore during a book meet. The place indeed was lovely, it exuded warmth which you receive from an unknown known person/thing/place. Like always, I wanted to buy all the books. After realising that I have already … Continue reading Insomniac City — A Scintilla of Memories

Insomniac City: My Personal Favorite and His Boyfriend

Bill Hayes’ Insomniac City: New York, Oliver, and Me is a tale, an autobiography, a portrait of New York and its citizen, a search for home – in a person or in a city; it may be one of them or all of them.It’s difficult to review such a rare book. It’s a potpourri of … Continue reading Insomniac City: My Personal Favorite and His Boyfriend