Rage/Love: A Collection of Microtales by Rohitha Perera consists of 112 tales that touch on themes that are inspired by horror, mystery, rage, love, hate, bullying, infidelity and magic.
Partly written during the COVID-19 pandemic, the collection caters to the idea of escapism. The collection falls under a mixed genre that blends Romance and Horror.
Perera stated: “One must be generous with their art in order to connect. Generosity aside, as a writer, I write for myself firstly, and then for others. It is also a reflection of my authenticity, and a way to connect. Writing like other art forms is an expression of self; penning this book was a way to honour the urge of expression.”
Writing is a consequence of reading. A lifelong fan of Stephen King, Haruki Murakami, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Paulo Coelho and Yukio Mishima, Perera explores various themes that belong in the central parts of the human psyche. Drawing inspiration from philosophers like Nietzsche and artists like Frida Kahlo, the collection is a creative journey that deals with myriad themes.
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