Dr. Anupama Mohan teaches English at Presidency University, Kolkata and is the author of Utopia and the Village in South Asian Literatures (Palgrave Macmillan UK, 2012). She also edited a double-digest Special Issue for Postcolonial Text in 2019 titled “Maritime Transmodernities” that focused on Anglophone and Francophone literatures of the Indian Ocean. Her research has featured in peer-reviewed journals such as University of Toronto Quarterly, Economic and Political Weekly, and South Asian History and Culture, among others. Anupama is also a poet and short story writer: her first book, Twenty Odd Love Poems, was published by The Writers Workshop in 2008 and her short stories have featured in print and online magazines.
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Aritro is a student of English Literature at Presidency University. His interests include Video Games, Postcolonial literatures, and Science-Fiction. When not busy studying, Aritro designs games, watches absurd cartoons, and scours the web for obscure trivia.
A short story is like a kiss in the dark from a stranger. — Stephen King