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Saturday, January 7, 2012

Subscribe to Contemporary Literary Review: India


Subscribe to Contemporary Literary Review: India
CLRI Nimba Issue 1, January 2012
The first print edition of Contemporary Literary Review: India is doing its print round now. We are just a few days away from having it in our hands.

Subscribing to Contemporary Literary Review: India is through buying its copies. Contemporary Literary Review: India is available in various formats to suit readers and writers from all walks of life.

Please remember that Contemporary Literary Review: India is a not-for-profit journal, we do not intend to make money by selling the journal and become rich. However we expect that you will support us by buying it to sustain our endeavor and continue supporting in providing a good platform to the writers at international level. All the investment in this endeavor is solely by its editor, Khurshid Alam, and we plan to re-invest the profit earned through selling Contemporary Literary Review: India in sustaining all future plans. We have many plans to support writers in near future.

Buying Contemporary Literary Review: India is actually selling your own writing. You sell your writing when you buy it. As many copies you buy so much amount we will generate and so big endeavor will be.

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Notes: All writers and artists whose pieces appear in the print edition of Contemporary Literary Review: India Nimba Issue 1, January 2012 will get one copy for free. There is no condition whatsoever.
All writers whether they appear in the print issue or not can buy as many copies of Contemporary Literary Review: India as they want. However buying Contemporary Literary Review: India is optional and not mandatory.

CLRI nimba issue1, January 2012 story section
CLRI nimba issue1, January 2012 story section includes stories by Dr. Rashid Askari, Bobby Fox, Jim Wungramyao Kasom, and Ralph Robert Moore; arts by Eleanor Leonne Bennett essays by Carolyn Agee, Mariam Karim, Rigan Mazumdar, and Matthew George Mueller; reviews by Khurshid Alam, and Nishi Sharma.

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