Month: August 2016

My Trumpet Is a Doctor by Peter Ngila

  My trumpet friend is shining golden like the evening sun. He looks expensive. Perhaps Mother has sent him to pick me up. Showing off, trying to make me feel inferior? The road show people are passing again. I wonder why they...

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The Outlander by Rajarshi Chattopadhyay

    That he saw was nothing. And nothing saw him. It was all set in a dark shabby one hundred-and-twenty rupees-a-month rented room. You know, better than I, how it looked in early eighties in suburbs of the city. A family of...

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The One Who Had It All by CG Fewston

  In 2015 I first learned of the global law firm Mossack Fonseca—primarily based in Panama but having its busiest and most suspicious office in Hong Kong—when the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung dumped 11.5 million...

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Over the Wall by Jason O’Rourke

  Here, the dawn seems to last for an age. It begins out in the unknown expanse beyond The Wall, a creeping pale grey gloom, which gradually intensifies, sometimes taking on warmer yellow hues, until – snap! The skies crack and...

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