|Contemporary Literary Review India May 2012|
|Editorial May 2012|| |
eBook Reading Devices by Khurshid Alam
In the last month’s editorial I talked about the growing space of electronic media. Realizing the growth of electronic presence...
|Poems||Three Poems by Glen Sorestad |
Just Before Dark
Two Poems by Catherine Noonan
Two Poems by Dr. Girish Ramesh Kute
Two Poems by Aditya Shankar
Slightly Longer Than Reality
Three Ekphrastic Poems by Neil Ellman
Mirror at Midnight II
Modest George Inesco
|Short Story|| |
Love Wins Out by S. Krishnamoorthy Aithal
Even the Beggar Chooses by Khurshid Alam
Every morning I stood at the Bamboo Villa bus stop in central Calcutta for my office, a beggar at the footpath used to salute me in gesture.
This Promising Age: A Critical Analysis by Dr. Dalip Kumar Khetarpal
Poetry, which makes its appeal through heightened language, has restricted audience, especially in the new era of science and technology.
Ethnicity and the Rhetoric of Difference by Mridula Kashyap
Set in the backdrop of the Bodo society, Janil Kr. Brahma and Katindra Swargiary’s short stories “Dumphao’s Phitha” and “Hongla Pondit” respectively reflect the aspects of nationalistic strife undertaken by the Bodo people...
Arts by Ivan de Monbrison
Two arts pieces by Ivan Morison
|Book Review|| |
Review on Sonnet Mondal's Diorama of Three Diaries by Dr. Sudesh Sinha
Most poetry in the poetry books written by poets in India in the past few years can be mainly put into two categories.
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