Blue edited by Ameena Hussein is probably the first collection of erotica published in Sri Lanka so naturally I was a little curious as to what kind. Blue by Ameena Hussein, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Ameena Hussein, one of the well known names in the Sri Lankan Literary TGBC: You are credited with bringing out Blue- Sri Lanka’s first.

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Her warmth penetrates the condom. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here And now your cellular phone is the nucleus of your existence. Tariq Solomons and Sam Perera – both stories contrary in outlook, one is about a straight couple and other about a gay couple.

Lah1ru rated it it was ok Nov 22, You dig out the best from Sri Lankan authors!!! Aemena is a commercial-driven venture, for the underlying understanding is husseein voyeurism has market mileage.

An urge that has been building up in your loins for months.

Good effort since it’s the first of it’s kind published in Sri Lanka, but nothing major. Each year brings us promising new writers. That, in the sense, is double charity, alright. You are commenting using your Facebook account. But, the juxtaposition appears all the more ludicrous to me, for the pronouncements above are market gimmicks. Her passion for reading has led her to helping other writers with their manuscripts. Anything new in the adult genre coming out soon?


Sexuality for the ordinary consumer in the Sri Lanka we know today is a struggle that is as strenuous as our struggle for bare existence.

An excellent exposition of the inner workings of the human mind. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Perhaps, it is wrong for me to drive the argument to that personal level. Perhaps, I need to read that poem again. Erotica is a difficult genre I think.

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So I like husssein define it as Stories for Adults, because of the adult content. Kudos for the mere effort of publishing an erotica in Sri Lanka. And delivers, almost, more than what it promises. Blue edited by Ameena Hussein is probably the first collection of erotica published in Sri Lanka so naturally I was a little curious as to what kind of stories it might contain. No trivia or quizzes yet. Share WhatsApp Facebook Email. Well, Sri Lank is exotic to me. Refresh and try again.

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Share Twitter Email Facebook Google. There is Hyssein Solomon’s ‘Bus Stop’ that tells the story of teenage romantic love, the uncertainty, the fear of rejection and the eventual huussein discovery of the self and the other.

Kassius Kanyetu Munango rated it really liked it Mar 23, Lilanthi rated it liked it Mar 24, The majority of the contributors, we are told, are fresh and new voices: You are commenting using your Twitter account.


Whether she is married. Luvkusravi rated it liked it Aug husseln, Perhaps, in the narrow-mindedness of the publisher they are discovering new bule. Chinaman writer Shehan Karunatilaka has also contributed a story, though a sad one. I have never even heard of this despite living here. This, in fact, is a drawback in many stories — the lack of a signature.

‘Blue’, an honest attempt at chronicling love, lust

You can probably finish the book huzsein a single sitting but just don’t expect anything “supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” and yes, that’s not a madeup word!!

The texture of the poetry, I feel, should survive another day to be the subject of a different forum. Countdown To Elections Results. Notify me of new comments via email.

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Stories for Adults by Ameena Hussein Hissein. Return to Book Page. Artika has published My Little Sikh Handbook and is currently working on her second children’s book, with Sikhism as its central theme.

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