Accepting the difficult winter nights Image credit — Google ImagesThe deadpan winter nights shiver at the sight of our life. The heaters around cannot warm the relationships they surround. As a minute stretches into an hour, so does the willingness to talk, once
Resuming office Image credit — Google imagesDad glared as me I entered his room this morning. He had begun his nebulization and Mum was prepping his breakfast. The clock said 9.48 am, and this meant I was late. He spoke to me in
I have many audio memories from childhood. The 90’s Bollywood songs that mother played on the tape recorder, the morning beep of the milkman, the calling of the waste collector (‘kabaadi wala’) on weekends, the steep shrill of the balloon
A journalist by training, Mariyam Haider is a writer and performance poet in Singapore.
She is the researcher of the book The Billionaire Raj: A Journey Through India’s New Gilded Age written by James Crabtree.
Her writing has appeared in Hindustan Times, Livemint, Feminism In India, New Asian Writing and Kitaab.