Category Archives: Writing

Groot – an arbromorphic representation of a pre-linguistic civilisation at one with nature

We all know that comic books, and therefore movies made from comic books, aren’t meant for children. Yes, they’re fun, and the pretty pictures are pretty, but that doesn’t mean that that’s all you get out of a graphic novel … Continue reading

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Stella Maris College National Seminar on Indian Women’s Writing in English

Hello! Been a while. Ten months, I think? Wow. I’ll try not to let it go that long again, but who knows, right? I won’t make any promises I might break. So! Coming to the point. My alma mater, Stella … Continue reading

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Atlas Shrugged essay contest

I’m proud to say that I participated in the Ayn Rand Institute‘s Atlas Shrugged essay contest 2012, and placed second. The essay I entered is below: Topic: Choose the scene in Atlas Shrugged that is most meaningful to you. Analyze that scene … Continue reading

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Happy Endings

“The Prince married the Princess, and they had three wonderful children and ruled the kingdom wisely and well.” “The frog turned into a Prince, and had a long, happy married life with the Princess.” “… and they all lived happily … Continue reading

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