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Twenty places for creativity in India
During the 1970s, one of our most famous poet, Jayanta Mahapatra, founded a periodical for writing in English named Chandrabhaga, because there was no periodical for poetic writing in India. Chandrabhaga offered a forum for many years for the benefit of India's authors. A lot of verses, which are widely read today, publish their first verses in this mag.
Today there are a steadily increasing number of literature journals on the sub-continent that are either dedicated exclusively to creativity or regularly publish parts of the work. Thought it would be great to put together a great collection of some other periodicals interested in subcontinental creativity.
All of the following documents are either from India or are looking for work related to the place. Every issue has its own alcove, which you can get an idea of when you read some of its earlier editions. Authors are often authors themselves and we have given their name here if you want to look up their texts.
The Indian-born journal offers a forum for authors of short feature films related to the sub-continent. A quarterly edition has been issued since 2010 (March, June, September, December). Little Magazines has been producing modern Latin American typefaces from all styles since 2000. Perhaps it is the only place that releases full-length short stories and screenplays with filming or direction.
It is an Indo-Aryan journal for political and cultural issues dedicated to long-form literary and literary writing. It is currently shut, but its harvest starts on August 1, 2016 and ends on January 31, 2017. They' re going to publish an edition in July that they're working on.
Headquartered in Bombay, Nether produces works of literary, artistic, photographic and other overlapping works. Vayavya, located in New Delhi, produces poems and works of arts three issues a year (February/March for the spring, June/July for the summer and November/December for the winter). Their preference for writers who have never yet released their works.
This first English language literature publication with its headquarters in Hong Kong has a clear focus on Asian-oriented work and work by Asiatic authors and performers. Asia Literature Review produces publications from, about and about Asia. It is a southeast Indian publication that has since 2011 released more than 300 authors from more than 20 different nations.
The bi-monthly publication has been publishing texts in English and 23 other foreign language versions for 58 years. Every edition of this Hindi literature periodical has a topic that is advertised several month in advance. Please read on. It is interested in fictional literature (and sometimes poetry). She is looking for writings from India (but also from the world).
You are interested in work related to one of the areas in north-eastern India, although you welcome all of them. Muse India is a literature journal that has set itself the goal of showing India's script in English. They' re looking for fictional and poetic literature. They' re paying for the phantom in their forthcoming manuscript.
Aainanagar appears in English and Bengali and focuses on activities, literary andarts. They are looking for a script that is linked to the sub-continent and that mirrors the transience of our time. A bi-monthly on-line journal, The Bombay Review publishes short novels and poems with annually appearing Anthologien. Headquartered in New York City and Mumbai.
They are looking for inventive literature and poems, especially from new and up-and-coming authors. Starting from Madras, they are engaged in the search for and promotion of new literature expression.