Ever been taken in by a con artist, when you least expected it? If yes, you will symphathise with Sumeetha’s story…
Archive for the 'Vintage' Category
First published on June 17th, 2002, Zephyr recounts her experience as the Last Woman Standing in the marriage queue, and how much she cherishes it.
In this poem, first published on June 13th, 2002, R.A. Pai with his characteristic self-mocking humour gives a poetic account of what it is to be a bore.
Suchitra brings out her mixed feelings towards Hong Kong as she bids goodbye to it. First published on June 5th, 2002.
First published on 17th May, 2002, this poem is typical of Zenwark’s work – easy to read, image-rich and rhythmic.
First published on May 3rd, 2001, this is Lalita Srinivasan at her best, taking pot-shots at the foibles of contemporary society, while remaining as fresh and entertaining today as she was six years ago!
This week’s Vintage selection was published on 29th July 2002 in the Irregulars section. A short fiction piece that succinctly describes the termination of a relationship.