- March 21, 2018
The snake like dollar sign hissed through the gap between the First World and the Third World, and I could feel its venom
Music is special. Almost everyone feels something in its presence. Almost no one feels the same. Music, like every other experience, we experience alone. It can be communicated with other individuals, but it cannot be experienced simultaneously.
A poem by Khondokar Ashraf Hossain
Two poems by Shehzar Doja
We salute and celebrate International Women’s Day with a tale of joyous girls on the last day of Dhaka Lit Fest 2017
A tribute to Jahanara Imam
A poem by Rifat Islam Esha
A poem by Tamoha Siddiqui
A poem by Manoj Barpujari: ‘Those war-torn refugees – they’ve witnessed the desolate mountain passes’
To bookish me, the world of reading and writing is what open fields mean to an equestrian
A review of ‘Borishaler Bhashar Obhidhan’. Every entry provides an example sentence along with its grammatical note.
An open letter to the Vice-Chancellor of Oxford University by 76 scholars about a controversial decision on writing about the Rohingya community in Myanmar
A short story by Bibhutibhushon Bandyopadhyay
A book review
He was like a signpost of transition as feudal Bengal crumbled and new combinations and classes were emerging.
A short story
What it means for a woman to write
A crime against civilization
Memoir of a freedom fighter
A review of Fakrul Alam’s translation of Mir Mosharraf Hossain’s ‘Bishadh-Sindhu’