On September 1 MasticadoresIndia Begins Publishing!

Fireworks display in the black night sky

Reading Time: < 1 minute It’s my pleasure to share Mr. Juan Re Crivello’s official announcement regarding MasticadoresIndia. We begin publishing on September 1, 2021. So far, we have received over 70 pieces of writing from nearly 35 writers. A BIG THANK YOU… Read More

Oooooh Writer – You Think You’re So Cool!

Wall art depicting an annoyed man with one eye holding an ice cream with his eyeball on top as a garnish

Reading Time: 2 minutes Oooooh writer, you think you’re so cool. Oooooh writer, the ever-suffering fool. I see that page, that pen, that look in your eye. It’s not cannabis that gives you that overwhelming high. Your mind is a wonderland, though… Read More

Let’s Make MasticadoresIndia a Success! – Submissions Open

A painting of an Indian woman wearing a royal choli lehenga with jewelry

Reading Time: 2 minutes I am so pleased and excited to announce that submissions for MasticadoresIndia are now open! What a way to begin the weekend. On the WRITE note. Please, don’t mind that little joke. It’s harmless and probably tasteless.

MasticadoresIndia will be born on September 1! — Gobblers / Masticadores

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Reading Time: 3 minutes Hi everyone! Hope all of you are well and keeping your busy lives even busier with some wonderful reading and writing. Life seems quite dull without it. It gives me immense pleasure to ANNOUNCE the LAUNCH of MASTICADORESINDIA… Read More

Servant Girl Munni – Flash Fiction Story

A young girl in dirty clothes standing and staring from behind a wired fence

Reading Time: 2 minutes Munni stood behind the door, peeking through the crack she had discovered three days after her first day of joining. The girl’s mother had barely waited for her to turn eight before exerting her right as a parent… Read More

Simply Guilty of Small Sins – Flash Fiction Story

A porcelain face of a woman with an exposed brain

Reading Time: 2 minutes Cynthia Dunham came across as a kind and generous woman. It wasn’t her appearance or her stature. She was taller and broader than most women and poorer than most too. And her struggle with hirsutism made her comparable… Read More

My Only Child Hope – Flash Fiction Story

A newborn baby wrapped in blue cloth

Reading Time: 2 minutes I had brought her home on a wet monsoon day. Her new, tender body wrapped in blue. It was my favorite color. I named her Hope. She would eliminate the darkness. She smelled of powder and lavender. Her… Read More

Killer Kanha Came Calling – Short Story

A pair of hands covered in blood

Reading Time: 5 minutes She often wondered whether time had taken a wrong turn and left her stranded in a dark abyss. His face drifted in front of her, mostly in her dreams, always out of her reach. When awake, she couldn’t… Read More

Flash Fiction Story – A Chef’s Monkeys

Black and white image of three wise monkeys

Reading Time: 2 minutes Have you ever heard the expression – Not my circus, not my monkeys? It originated from Poland. But it applies to all races, genders, and distinct individuals. Meaning: Don’t drag me into your drama and issues – I… Read More

Flash Fiction Story – Perfect Day To Die

rundown residential building for the poor

Reading Time: 2 minutes If I wasn’t poor, I would’ve paid a pretty price to have Mithoo killed. The drunkard swine has ruined his life and almost most of mine. It’s not so much his drinking. His money is his own to… Read More

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