The light morning breeze wafted in the smell of fresh mangoes from the orchards. It came in with droplets of rain, which fell in from the open window onto my closed eyelids. They prodded me every morning to get up. Here, in Warangal in Andra Pradesh, in June the rains greet you more often in the morning than the warm sunrays. I sat up in my bed, which does not have four legs … [Read more...]
Natalia Suri has lived most of her life in New Delhi. She teaches Spanish at the Indian Institute of Technology in Delhi. Her passion to travel has taken her to numerous countries.
Her work has been published in Earthen Lamp Journal, Samvada, Boloji, E-fiction, Literary yard, Indus women.
Her favorite authors are Khaled Hosseini and Jeffery Archer.