Unmapped: Flesh and Stones

I’m very pleased to have another article in Unmapped Magazine. This time the subject of the magazine is books, and the piece is a short story about corpses, cherries, perilous roads in the north of Pakistan, and one of my early encounters with Buddhism, by means of an old and mildewed book that I picked up in a second-hand bookshop. You can read the article here, and if you like it, I recommend you subscribe to support Unmapped’s fantastic work.



I remember this story from one of your previous blogs, but it was a joy to read it again! I look forward to more. Are you still Buddhish these days?


Yes! I rewrote the piece for Unmapped. Still more or less Buddhish these days. It goes in waves. I hope all is well with you.

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