New! Blog Post at Superstition Review

Many thanks to Superstition Review for inviting me, once again, to write a guest blog post. This is my third appearance in the magazine.

I enjoyed exploring how writers use foreign expressions in their work. In the process, I revisited old favorites like Agatha Christie and spent time with new ones like Junot Diaz.

Do check out the post here: A Foreign Connection

Your comments are appreciated!

As always, thank you for reading!

 

 

 

Author: Sudha Balagopal

Sudha Balagopal's fiction straddles continents and cultures. She is the author of a novel, A Dawn, a novel, and two short story collections. Her short fiction has been published in journals around the world and nominated for the Pushcart Prize, Best Small Fictions, will appear in Best Microfiction 2021, and is listed in the Wigleaf Top 50. Her novella-in-flash, Things I Can't Tell Amma, is forthcoming from Ad Hoc fiction July, 2021.When she’s not writing, she teaches yoga. More at www.sudhabalagopal.com

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