Good Omens, Beastly Tales & Saki

Good Omens: Angels, demons, witches, prophecies, the end of the world – this one’s got it all. Given that it’s a Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett collaboration, there’s the expected dose of whimsy, some classic mishap, and quirky personalities. The Antichrist, Adam, gets misplaced by the nuns in a typical sleigh of hand maneuver goneContinue reading “Good Omens, Beastly Tales & Saki”

The Adivasi will not dance

For all its diversity, India bundles up many issues under the hood. In Gujarat, an officer’s family has to contend with giving up meat. The endeavour involves making weekly trips to relatives to eat their daily staple of fish and eggs, only to find nuance in vegetarian items before circling back to cooking surreptitiously atContinue reading “The Adivasi will not dance”

The Illustrated Man

  A man, inked all over, running from one place to the other to escape the horror of the stories on his body. That’s the Illustrated Man. One day, he saw a sign and decided to get a tattoo. The next day he looked like a man who had fallen into a ‘twenty-colour print press’Continue reading “The Illustrated Man”