Review : The Game of 100 Ghosts by Terry Watada

The Game of 100 Ghosts is a clever and beguiling collection of poetry, interlinked by a parlour game of the Edo period. The premise of the game is that participants would gather at night when the sky was at its darkest. Then they light 100 candles. They would tell 100 ghost stories and snuff out a candle after each. Legend has it, when the last … Continue reading Review : The Game of 100 Ghosts by Terry Watada

The Sun and Her Flowers by Rupi Kaur

The Sun and Her Flowers Now here is an anthology that point blank refuses to be put into just one category. ‘The Sun and Her Flowers’ has a similar format to Rupi Kaur’s earlier work Milk and Honey. It begins with trials and heartache but ends with the Blooming of a person. This anthology retains the same controversial, unapologetically¬†feminist outlook, but with a more considered, … Continue reading The Sun and Her Flowers by Rupi Kaur