Fiction

Punitive Gift

All but 5 years, little Tabassum was busy watching Ilma, her Ammi, pace up and down their studio apartment frantically running some errands, on a rainy day. The trickles of the pearl strings that the raindrops made on the glass window seemed to compete with Ammi’s outburst. No one seemed Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Flash Fiction

Painless Sunburns

“Offer accepted”, she answered, the moment she picked up the call from her manager, without batting her eyelids, sheer desperation dripping through her voice, like the sweat line sliding the spine on a sweltering summer day. “Take-home is good, but…”, replied the manager cautiously trying hard to hide the surprise Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago