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OUR “WHY”

SHOUT!, a network that tells stories, is seven months into its own. A seven-month old baby has two principal challenges – finding its feet to...

THE DE-PARTED

Location: Present-day Kutch. Character Assumed: Zoya Setting: Zoya, now 87, caresses the White Sands of the Rann. There was a time when it was whole. Until...

CHANGE THIS CLIMATE! NOW!

Greta Thunberg (if you don’t know who she is, it’s a crying shame), a school kid (and potential Nobel laureate) that doesn’t go to...

NEED A SHRINK TO SHRINK

The shrink asked for my meal plan. Thought I’d walked into the nutritionist’s clinic accidentally. Until she explained how crucial what I ate was...

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No, don’t pour me a drink.

We hope we're arriving at a world where it isn't necessary or expected to have a drink in your hand when you strike a...

Entry Five

The 23rd of January, 2017   I’ve never known a poet more aptly named than Rumi. The ruminant wrote and to this day, we ruminate upon the...

Note Twelve

Kotagiri, Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, Tamil Nadu, India. January 2020   I’ve come to the Nilgiris in search of answers. Although I left the Amazon, there are questions that haven’t left...

Dialogue Four

Jabir: I’m so sorry Nala, I have no idea how this happened. Nala: What do you mean you have no idea how this happened? Jabir: You...

Movement And Metaphor

CHARACTE-GORIES involved: THE ART HUNTRESS (TAH) & THE STORYTELLER (TS) Kaali stands at the threshold of a metamorphosis. The time she has given to her art,...

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