Wednesday, December 28, 2011
Storywheel: The Best of 2011
As the year draws to a close, here is The Best of 2011 from Storywheel. This list is in order of my preference, so the first one is what I like the most (Sorry, David Letterman. This is my blog and I get to do my lists, my way!).
This is top of the list of stories for 2011 and deals with guilt. One of my personal favorites. I have a fascination for train stations and this story opens with a railway station scene.
This is a fictionalized account of true events from twenty years ago... the part about Hindi movies.
Madras Chronicles — Billa and Ranga:
Madras Chronicles — Summer of '79:
Pure fiction. I loved writing this story and coming up with a totally twisted ending.
Happy reading. Enjoy!
Image Credit: Crevasse by Barrie Sutcliffe via Flickr T he train stopped at Jolarpettai station. Sundaram collected his ba...
W e were driving home after I picked up my sons from violin class. The underground tunneling work for the Metro Rail had made our drive home...
S undaram sat in the backseat and looked outside his car window. The city had changed so much in the last twenty years. He had come to India...
I glanced at my watch. Coach Singh was still answering a question from a reporter from The Sydney Morning Herald. The press conference shou...
Present time—3:43 PM “Die!” he said, pulling the trigger. The muffled sound of the bullet was drowned by the unremarkable song playing on th...
Selvam sat in his classroom looking out the widow. Two sparrows sitting on a branch of the mango tree in the playground were chirping playfu...