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‘The Art of Wearing a Fedora’ by Tendai Machingaidze

  https://openroadreview.com/audios/The_Art_of_Wearing_A_Fedora.mp3 Zahra Hosseini stood in front of the mirror making sure that she had got it just right. She spent more time in front of...

‘Stupid’ by Uchechukwu Peter Umezurike

We are in my cousin’s sitting room, which is twice the size of my parents’ bedroom. I am seated by myself on a sofa...

Interview with Amandeep Sandhu

SPLIT LOYALTIES OF A STUDENT, ASSASSINATION OF THE INDIAN PRIME MINISTER & THE 1984 RIOTS IN INDIA: AN INTERVIEW WITH AMANDEEP SANDHU By Kulpreet Yadav Amandeep...

Issue 11 / November 2014

Do we deserve the lies our history books tell us? Are we entitled to a future founded on these lies? Is present, as we...

Come, see India By Subimal Misra (Translated by V. Ramaswamy)

As the girl offers her withered breast to the emaciated, lifeless baby with skinny arms and legs, that to all appearances looks like a...

Bleeding Fingers by Kobby Amoako Bekoe

The Harmattan was blowing severely. As though in protest against his progress, the cool, dry wind tossed particles of dust into the cracks that...

The First Date by Dibyajyoti Sarma

“I didn’t think you’d come?” “Why?” “It’s so against the tradition, asking to see the girl alone, in a public park…” “Thank goodness for that. At least...

Issue 10 / August 2014

Open Road Review is now in its two digits. It’s time to celebrate. Our commitment to act as a sieve to bring out quality...

Interview with Nabina Das

POETRY, POST-PARTITION WOES AND WOMEN AND GIRLS CAUGHT IN THE SNARE OF HISTORY AND SOCIETY: AN INTERVIEW WITH NABINA DAS By Kulpreet Yadav Open Road Review...

Southerly: Beyond Mumbai by Trina Gaynon (US)

Mumbai and with the cows in gods’ service, I order a burger and get shredded sirloin of mutton, the only meal in this continent that I...

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