Fiction

Canadian Goans Write Back

Canadian Goans Write Back

By Selma Carvalho

Issue no. 14

Canada has been in the news lately for the implied racism of its prime-minister Justin Trudeau. Perhaps what’s relevant to the large number of Goans settled in Canada is not Trudeau’s faux-pas but questions about Canada’s history of racial exclusion and how it might have impacted their lives.

Janet H. Swinney Writes India

Janet H. Swinney Writes India

In conversation with Janet H. Swinney

Issue no. 13

My approach anywhere I go is to be an observer. And I mean observing without any preconceived idea of what it is you’re looking at. Looking and trying to figure out why things are done in a certain way, which may not be your way. Trying to figure out what the rationale is – because there will be one.

Saudade: Memory, Place and Unmooring

Saudade: Memory, Place and Unmooring

In conversation with Suneeta Peres da Costa

Issue no. 12

Jessica Faleiro in conversation with Suneeta Peres da Costa discusses Costa’s latest book Saudade. This is a coming-of-age story of Maria-Cristina, told from her point of view of growing up against the tumultuous political backdrop of pre-Independence Angola while still under Salazar’s rule.