[Gutsy media consultant Tara Kaushal on her ambitious crowdfunded project Why Indian Men Rape] What comes to mind when I hear the word "rape" isn't the highly publicised 2012 Delhi gang rape (etched in memory as the Nirbhaya case) but the images from multiple "eve teasings" on New Year's eves in Mumbai. Gateway of India, … Continue reading The feminist on a quest to find out why Indian men rape
Today's guest writer Michelle Jayne is a blogger based in Minnesota, USA. She describes the process of finishing her literary novel, Children of the Fragile Air in her post [click on the title or image to read the column]
There is a silent revolution taking shape right now, and it doesn't involve guns and swords but something considered mightier: the pen (or its modern equivalent, the keyboard). As novelist Henry Giles once said: Silent, passive, and noiseless though they may be, books set in action countless multitudes, and change the order of nations. In … Continue reading 7 emerging genres in fiction writing
When it comes to rescue cats, we're under an illusion of being saviours when we are actually the ones being rescued. This is the third and final extract Unstuck is publishing from an ongoing series of love letters which journalist Simona Terron is writing to her kitten Laurie while she's away. Read the full series on … Continue reading Guest post: Who’s the one who is rescued?
Attempting to achieve new heights in already high levels of 'crazy cat lady'-ness, Simona Terron has begun actually corresponding with her cat. Online. Publicly. The genesis It all began when I came across Series, a new kind of publishing format on the online platform for writers, Medium.com where readers could follow an author’s work as … Continue reading Guest post: Why I started writing love letters to a kitten