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Erotic Stories For Punjabi Widows:
A New Novel By Balli Kaur Jaswal
A Book Review by STEPHANIE SHAPIRO
The juicy parts are left in - tastefully.
A Short Story
GURDIAL SINGH - Translated from the original Punjabi by NIRUPAMA DUTT
A tender village tale of love and longing.
A Short Story by SARBPREET SINGH
The sound gets louder and closer. It invades our ears and mutes our tongues ...
The Survivor A Short Story by SARBPREET SINGH
Rani puts her arms around him and says it’s all right, it’s only a bad dream ...
“Mommy has something extra special planned for you tonight. She found the perfect match for you ..."
A New Novel on The Great Betrayal:
Roopinder Singh’s Delhi ‘84
An Interview by SUKANT DEEPAK
“They tore my clothes and stripped me naked in front of my son ...”
Jaspreet Singh's 1984 Novel, "Helium" is On Longlist for Prize for South Asian Literature PRESS TRUST OF INDIA
Toronto-based author has been chosen for his lookback on the 1984 anti-Sikh pogroms in India.
The Voyage of Penguins JASPREET SINGH
The residents of the city, the Shore Penguins said that the Berg Penguins were not penguins at all.
Crackling, Tearing, Forcing Introspection:
Have You Read Jaspreet Singh's "'Helium" Yet?
Helium is a document of past atrocity that unexpectedly rises beyond the universal to become painfully, guiltily personal.
The Night of The Restless Spirits
The soldiers do not multiply like the crowd but their faces are kaleidoscopes that change form and color every second.