The first of ten microstories, following the lives of ordinary people, set over the course of one ordinary day in an Indian metropolis.
A very angsty love poem in five parts. To cheer you up afterwards, two microstories.
A poem about the prosaicness of love. And a microstory about the childishness of adults.
In this vignette published at Flash Fiction Magazine, a woman wrestles with ambition, inertia, and anxiety.
In this microstory published in Entropy Magazine, I explore the difference between love and obsession.
In this microstory published at Star 82 Review, a woman adapts to a new life.
In this microstory published at Potato Soup Journal, a PhD student is intent on finishing the one thing that consumes his life.