Author: Anjan Prakash


In a writing session I was recently a part of, the author Jamie Figueroa, offered an unusual writing prompt, `What is it your feet must confess?’ Yes, that was her prompt, `what is it your feet must confess?’.

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Listen to this StoryNarrated by Anjan Prakash BEING IN OUR RIGHT ELEMENTS Xavier, Mankurad, Mussarat, Malgesh, are locals. Dasheri, Badami, Kesar, Malgoa, Imam Pasand, Mallika, Neelam, Totapuri, Chausa, non-locals. For those of you friends who are not from India, no, they aren’t a list of my boyfriends or girlfriends. In fact, they are more than […]

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March 26th, 2013 (Tuesday)
My father was home, but his body strength was slowly fading. In fact the year 2013 began with his heart showing signs of weakening further…

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Rooting for Underdogs

In Indigenous ways of knowing, we say that a thing cannot be understood until it is known by all four aspects of our being: mind, body, emotion, and spirit – Robin Wall Kimmerer, Gathering Moss

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Someone wants to have a word with us

The word celebrate doesn’t like to be used occasionally. She keeps me
company every now and then, but ever since I began to see myself as a
writer, which was a few months ago, she keeps hopping around my
shoulder, on the keyboard, and this week celebrate was persistent that
the story be about her, why she came on this earth, and how she wishes to be used.

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