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Lao poet’s book, ‘Before We Remember the Dream’ set for October release

Bryan Thao Worra by S. Houghton Phoutavong, for the cover of his 2018 book of poetry, “Before We Remember We Dream.” MINNEAPOLIS (Aug. 22, 2018) — Sahtu Press recently announced the forthcoming release of the new illustrated poetry collection entitled “Before We Remember We Dream” by award-winning poet Bryan Thao Worra. This new book explores […]

A dream deferred

Bastar Dispatches Author : Narendra Publisher : HarperCollins India, Rs 499 Modernity has found one excuse or the other to not reach Bastar. But that delay has helped the tribes retain their way of life, says JIGYASA HASIJA Sometimes the best way to understand ourselves is to look into a mirror. Such is the insight […]

5 Epic Dream Feuds WWE Should Book For The Shield

Top 5 / Top 10 4.60K   //    29 Aug 2018, 22:08 IST SHARE Share Options × Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Reddit Google+ Email The band is back together to bring justice While a lot of naysayers have despised the idea of the Shield ruling their yard again, WWE could possibly shock the entire audience by […]

The New Yorker Recommends: The Daring Dream Logic of Raymond Queneau’s “The Blue Flowers”

When it came to the novel, Raymond Queneau imagined a kind that would advance along strict compositional lines, like poetry or architecture, yet upset all expectation. Take “The Blue Flowers,” published in 1973 and now happily reissued by New Directions. The book follows two characters who each dream of the other. Cidrolin lives on a […]

Taste the Wild Flavor of this Fever Dream

While so many Disney and anime features are being remade these days, it’s nice to see animation that could never be adapted to live-action. Sure, with current technologies, anything can be replicated in “live-action” form, but the surreal and abstract collage of Masaaki Yuasa (Mind Game) just wouldn’t translate in a worthwhile manner. Much of his film […]

Reframing Publishing Success

There’s nothing like writing and publishing a book to bring out the dormant diva who lives inside every aspiring author. Even the most unassuming authors have moments when indulging the fantasy of übersuccess sends them into an uncharacteristic fanning of tail feathers as they imagine what might be possible. And, of course, there are authors […]