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Dancing in the Cloud is a new eBook from Dipika Kohli.
A very new and experimental work, exclusively released here.
Cover art is by Boss, a key member of DK's 2020 team for S P C.
'A mixed collection of stories exploring the concepts of "Home."' -Boss
Reviews of earlier books by Dipika KohliBut of course, everyone knows that not all fairytales have happy endings. And while it might be possible to create one’s own destiny, the lesson we can learn from this book is that it is folly to try to create someone else’s.’ —Editor Kate Allison, DisplacedNation.com, in a review of The Elopement
Kohli has a witty, abbreviated sensibility perfectly in tune with her medium of choice. With it she silhouettes the world, at least the world as seen from one’s own front door, both facing in and facing out. Rooftops, papers on a desk, the corner of an apartment, an array of objects, a spoken phrase, a bunch of flowers—all find bold and punchy expression through Kohli’s simple black marker line drawings. What takes these catchy pictures further than mere amiableness are the kinds of subtle twists most apparent in Kohli’s zines, where she displays a wry sense of her own field and life. —Art critic Lori Waxman, in a live writing & critiquing session as part of her project Critic63wpm.com
Life, to me, is also all about connections among all of us, but also connections we make in our mind among events and happenstance, and the things we learn from their resonance. I’ve never had an experience anything like what you had when you lost Jaya, but I could feel it, and how it shaped the way you connect with the world, and how you connect it all in your consciousness. I really, really like your epilogue. Thanks…’ —Editor Eric Frederick in a comment on Kanishka