in the medieval ages

of large darkness’s

and until Woolf,


when she wrote of

Emily as having

dashed upon a moor —

she was describing


the fate of many of us:

impasse continuums

in myriad cloisters

of our own soul,

embedded proximate

to the fireplace, burning, dying


— leaving embers.

— Sneha Subramanian Kanta
Sneha straddles paths from linear and discursive lines. Ghettos, immigrants, nations, untold refugee tales, the manufacturing of otherness and writing from the margins are some subject matters of resonance. Her work is forthcoming in Fallujah Magazine, 7X20 mag, Erstwhile Magazine, Sahitya Akademi, Noble/ Gas Qtrly, Epigraph Magazine and the first print anthology of Peacock Journal. She is a GREAT scholarship awardee pursuing her second postgraduate degree in literature in the United Kingdom. Write to her at

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