Puja Sarkar

The thrill of South Asian literature in English is its confrontations with colonial constraints
The literature of the Indian subcontinent reflects the struggles of generations before and after British colonial rule  
So, you've finally graduated from university. Now what?
After graduation, you can have a fun time lazing about. But then you have to make the terrifying decision of what to do next
'Teppu' is an underrated MMA manga with an edge
A complex and unusual anti-heroine livens up the story beats of a sports manga that has more grit than the competition
What's wrong with dyeing your hair an unusual colour?
In Bangladesh, unusually-coloured hair tends to draw attention and, sometimes, ridicule. But is it that bad?
Unpopular opinion: Despite the cringe, Riverdale is a good show
The teen drama may have lost the spark of its early seasons, but it doesn’t deserve the scorn it gets nowadays
How pop culture still grapples with the life and work of Martin Luther King, Jr
The civil rights icon has served as an inspiration for many fiction stories about racial discrimination and segregation
Simone de Beauvoir’s 'The Second Sex' defined the feminist framework. It remains relevant today
Over 70 years after its publication, 'The Second Sex' still sheds light on the subjugation and subordination of women
Stripe’s resolutions for the New Year
What our contributors are looking to achieve personally, and professionally, in 2023