Sunday, August 6, 2017
Asymptote Podcast: In Conversation with Suchitra Ramachandran - Asymptote Blog: Dominick Boyle talks to the winner of our 2017 Close Approximations contest (fiction category)!
Saturday, November 12, 2016
In conversation with Simi Raghavan, illustrator of adult colouring books: Till a few months ago, Thiruvananthapuram-based Simi Raghavan was hoping to pick up her career as a freelance online graphic designer from where she’d last left off three years ago to have her second
Saturday, October 29, 2016
Talking movies with Prasanna and Sneha: A flight of colourful birds takes off from the wall, cheerful cushions on the sofas add a dash of spring, and then, Sneha’s famous smile lights up the room. Husband Prasanna is just back from an audio
Friday, October 21, 2016
Kannadasan's lyrics held a mirror to life: Even the best of poets will confirm that it isn’t easy to capture the elusive Muse. Therefore, one would assume that poetry written on demand cannot be of quality. . But lyricist Kannadasan shot to f
Tuesday, September 13, 2016
Flavours of Onam: Around August and September every year, the business of banana chips in Kerala sees a spike. The round and (usually) salty savoury is in demand all year round in the State and pretty much any place wh
Monday, August 22, 2016
‘Cooking is what enduring love stories are made of’: Filmmaker Hansal Mehta’s kitchen would be the object of any neighbour’s envy. It’s well-lit, extremely airy, spotlessly tidy and neatly stacked. The owner, however, is not entirely satisfied with it.
Bollywood is stereotyped, says Adoor: National Award-winning filmmaker Adoor Gopalakrishnan feels Bollywood is different from Hindi cinema as the former follows a stereotypical pattern of stories. The director says there are people makin