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Malayalam’s Ghazal by Jeet Thayil

Open your windows to the fresh air of Malayalam.

Mediterranean by Sudeep Sen

A bright red boat / Yellow capsicums / Blue fishing nets

Memoir by Vijay Seshadri

If I wrote that story now — / radioactive to the end of time —

Catabolism by Tsering Wangmo Dhompa

a house catches fire; a body snaps as a matchstick or a leer;

How to Wear an Indian Village by Kuzhali Manickavel

If you are a man, have two tender coconuts even though they will make you

Nickname by Sweta Srivastava Vikram

I put jasmine oil on my wrist. / You draped my tiny shoulders

The Morning After the Festival by Tanya Mendonsa

...a solitary form wrapped in grey: it seems to float on water.

The Cardiologist’s daughter contemplates a heart by Natasha K. Moni

When will science/learn what her father knows/—the heart is a house

Cutter by Rajiv Mohabir

Now,/hide your darkness in lines—/who reads poetry anyway?

Drift by Sohini Basak

this evening my memory turned translucent/ like the bloom of moon jellyfish

The Abduction by Leeya Mehta

crammed strawberries into angels’ mouths but they / would not keep silent

Refusing Rama by Subhashini Kaligotla

Like a clay pot / she swelled, leaking me ...

Jungle Book by Srikanth Reddy

Once as we scavenged in the jungle I asked my friend/about sadness.

One-eyed by Meena Kandasamy

dhanam sees a world torn in half. / her left eye, lid open but ...

Skype Window by Sumana Roy

someone said you have “tribal shoulders”.

Turn Away by Dipika Mukherjee

from hemp ropes on slender necks, the embroidery glinting