Feedback : Anuradha’s Buddha Nights is spellbinding. It is conceived like an epic, and often I wondered if the story would spill over the short story medium it was contained in. To me relief and amazement, it doesn’t – Anuradha catches hold of the story at crucial junctures (sp. there is time shift or even when settings change) with sharp, single line sentences and turns the course inwards.
The story is a river contained as a lake, resounding and silent at the same time.
My only complain would be the story title.

Congratulations Anuradha!
Title: Buddha Nights by Anuradha Majumdar
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Date : 07/06/2013

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Shanti Perez
Shanti Perez received her M.F.A. and Post-Masters Certificate in the Teaching of Writing from Eastern Washington University. She is currently fiction editor at Open Road Review and was an assistant editor for Willow Springs. Her work has been published in PANK Magazine, Denver Syntax and RiverLit Magazine, to name a few. She is twice champion of The Pacific Northwest Inlander’s 101-Word Flash Fiction Contest.