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Holi 19 Mar

This year the festival of Holi falls on 20th March; here's an account of my experience of it in the Kathmandu Valley last year
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Author interview 17 Feb

Interview with travel writer Stephanie Green, author of two books on narrowboating and one of the five contributors to an anthology of travellers tales, "50 Camels"
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Flash fiction - 2 10 Feb

Flash fiction is a complete stroy in 100 words or less. Here is another dark tale
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Flash fiction -1 08 Feb

Flash fiction is a complete story in 100 words or less
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My life 20 Jan

A fictionalised piece about life in Kathmandu for those of low caste with no money and few opportunities
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