Mieko Kawakami exploded onto Japanese cultural scene first as a musician then as a poet and later as a blogger and finally as an award-winning novelist
Author: Chitra Poomulli
Time-travelling gets a new meaning with Kawaguchi and his tales. Of course, conditions apply. Sit on a particular seat and a cup of coffee is going…
Exactly two years ago, Lucy Delap deconstructed the myth that feminism is all about euro-centrism in her marvellous work Feminisms: A Global History
The works of American novelist Hanya Yanagihara are marked by extravagant trauma and opulent suffering of homosexuals.
How the K elements in the West have influenced the imagination and esthetics collectively.
Move over werewolves and Halloween pranksters; Odiyan, Kerala’s legendary shape-shifter has been petrifying people for generations. his is no costume party. There is no trick or…
The snake charmers reinventing themselves by playing to humans.
What began as a South Korean trend of polishing off gargantuan portions of food on camera, has now spread across continents, presenting viewers with gastronomic orgasms.
An anthology of seven short films, Zindagi in Short showcases stories of seven ordinary women with uncommon stories.