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This is a collection of short stories by the writers of Bangalore Writers Workshop, a first-of-its-kind writing workshop in the city.
This anthology has stories by Arun Anantharaman, Aseem Mahajan, Avinash Noel, Balki, Deepti Tarakanath, Devi Pabreja, Hari Ravikumar, Kanchana Doraiswamy, Kishor V R, Meghana Chandrasekhar, Neeraja Kannan Kutty, Neha Khandelwal, Philip John, Rahul Shingrani, Ranjini Murali, Ranjith Raj, Rency Philip, Roshni Radhakrishnan, Sandhya Raghunandan, Sarita Talwai, Shabna Kalandar, Shruthi Saklecha, Siddharth Murlidharan, Sudha Mathew, and Vinoth Balasundar.
(5.00 out of 5)
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Marvelous collection of stories. Most notably - "<strong>Maybe it was me</strong>" (me look back in memory), "<strong>Atrophy</strong>", "<strong>It was a bright cold day in April</strong>", "<strong>the devil and the sea</strong>", "<strong>Saw no evil</strong>" (made me look back at myself), "<strong>White Powder</strong>", "<strong>kindness from strangers</strong>" (made me want to start traveling far and soon), and "<strong>the story of Martin Emundo</strong>". A special mention needs to be made about "<strong>Suicide</strong>" written by... (let me get his name right)... a <strong>Hari Ravikumar</strong>. Seeing as how it was a period piece, I tried to check the literature for factual errors. There was none. It give it a 5/5 for being error free on that front. It also give it 5/5 for ability to give life to its characters, who seem 2 dimensional and instinctive. And I give it a 5/5 for some humour it was able to pack in barely 4 pages. But the story is abrupt at the end and so I give it 0/5 and therefore, a 0 overall.
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