The masks are visible now as my lines draw the patterns. Visible are the motifs.Read More
All dishevelled, she comes through the woods along the path joining her house to ours, brandishing a newspaper and shouting, cholera! cholera! And indeed the front page announces three or four cases in Naples, maybe even ten – along with mussels, vibrio bacteria, panic.Read More
Carla Faesler is a writer and experimental poet. She is the author of the novel, Formol, (Tusquets, 2014), considered the best book published in 2014 by the magazine La Tempestad.Read More
Between you, me and our hatred for each other
an ocean came.
The Antonym Host Ranjita Chattopadhyaya got together with Artist and Curator Carl Heyward from Sanfransisco, Educator and Translator Radina Dimitrova from Mexico City, Poet and Writer Yashodhara Ray Chaudhuri from Kolkata and Ahmed Masoud, Novelist and Playwright from London for an hour long discussion on how one year of Pandemic impacted the Art and Literary world and what did we copes and learnt from it.Read More
What has been the creative response to the pandemic?
Has the crisis spurred innovation?
Is it too early to decide whether the pandemic will bring about a paradigm shift in how the world thinks?