A literary journal that is created with love - Literature Studio Review

http://literaturestudio.in/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Literature-Studio-Review-Vol-1-No-2.pdfInaugurated in December 2015, Literature Studio Review is a bi-monthly literary journal that publishes poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and book reviews. The journal not only publishes established writers, it is also a platform for emerging writers. The 6-member team that runs the show comprises of:

Ashmi Ahluwalia - Poetry Editor
Kathi Brettell - Fiction Editor
Kiriti Sengupta - Non-fiction Editor
Mallika Tripathi - Book Review Editor
Priyanka Kharbanda - Joint Editor
Vibha Malhotra - Editor-in-chief

You can find more details about the editors here.


There's good news for artists and photographers too. You can submit your art and photographs and it may be selected for the cover or to go between the pages. You can look at the past issues of the journal to see how they use art.

The journal has already published two issues. Click on the images below to read them:


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The next issue will be published in April 2016. If you would like to submit your work for consideration, please go through the journal's submission guidelines. If you have any questions, please write to journal@literaturestudio.in.

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