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Everything is Yours - Part Two A Short Story by ROSALIA SCALIA
The wind pushes the helicopter sideways, its blades nicking the medical school's brick walls, sending a spray of sharp red chips into a random shower.
Everything is Yours -
A Short Story by ROSALIA SCALIA
"... Can they get any redder or louder? They look like clown shoes! A person can't help but notice them! They're awesome!"
Blood & Guts by KANWALROOP KAUR SINGH
"Does it hurt, honey?" Trust me, it's nothing a Sikh can't handle.
The Border by SOMEL PREET KAUR JAMMU
Blood dribbled out betweeb his lips when the sepoy hit him again, closer to the mouth.
Chandigarh Soap Opera - The Patriarch Arrives by RAVNEET KAUR SANGHA
He strode in, clad in an immaculate cotton-white kurta-pyjama, wrapped in the softest pashmina toosh lohi ...
Chandigarh Soap Opera by RAVNEET KAUR SANGHA
This strange dance between the x and y chromosomes determines destiny in every household of Punjab ...
Under The Lemon Trees MACMILLAN BOOKS
A debut novel of a young Sikh woman growing up in California, struggling between embracing her heritage and 'fitting in' as an American.
Anita Rau Badami's
Can You Hear the Nightbird Call?
A Book Review by AMY SANDS BRODOFF
Badami bridges far-flung worlds and people touched by the tragic events of 1984.
Burdened Whispers by AMRITPAL SINGH ARORA
Simran cowers as she thinks of the possibility of being alone. She swallows a sleeping pill and returns to Karan’s room. She stands at the foot of the bed and watches her son.
Shauna Singh Baldwin: Writing Through Tears An Interview and a Book Review by ROSALIA SCALIA
Any woman who does a lot of work - whether in the West or the East - has experienced the need for a wife.