“Mission Valley School, despite the name, wasn’t a relic of the Raj. The neo-Gothic brick buildings of our small campus did remind one of a different era, but the British missionaries—for whose children the school had been originally established—had decamped long ago…” Story of the Week (March 20), by Murali Kamma.Read More
Murali Kamma is an Atlanta-based editor. Having been a dreamer and loner, he still cannot believe that he’s a responsible dad with a paying job. His fiction has appeared in Rosebud, Asian Pacific American Journal, South Asian Review, AIM (America’s Intercultural Magazine), India Abroad, Muse India, Trikone Magazine, and India Currents. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and India Abroad have published his columns.