Sherman now noticed, over the bed, a small painting with a simple frame of blond wood. He took a couple of steps closer. Continue reading
Easy Supper recipe for a young man, newly up at Oxford: It is so difficult for young men from India , going up to University abroad. They are spoiled here with mothers and maids and cooks and are never encouraged to learn to cook for themselves. So here’s some advice and a quick recipe, guaranteed to impress. Continue reading
Anjum Hasan already featured as a poet in the The Heavenly Bliss Salon for Men in Vol III returns to share her thoughts on what makes her the writer she is. Author of the short fiction collection Difficult Pleasures, and the novels Neti, Neti and Lunatic in my Head, Anjum’s fiction, non-fiction and poetry have been widely published in India and abroad. Continue reading
When I first quit working full-time, I carried an image of myself in my head. Of wearing a dressing gown all day long, smoking a cigarette in a holder and trilling into the phone, “But how wonderful darling!” Continue reading
Born in Patna in 1977, Rajesh Kumar Mishra studied English Literature in Patna and New Delhi. He works for the Indian Revenue Service and is currently posted in Gurgaon as Assistant Director, Income Tax (Investigation). Continue reading
This has nothing to do with penis envy.
Oh well, there is an occasional twinge when I spot men enter the pool in tiny swimming trunks despite paunches that stick out a mile long and without any notion of how ridiculous they look. Continue reading