|Contemporary Literary Review India June 2012|
|Editorial June 2012|| |
Best Selling eWriters by Khurshid Alam
I would first like to narrate a story here to make my point clear.
Three Poems by Changming Yuan
The Call of a Crow
Self-Rebuilding: A Bodhi Poem
Epilogues: A Parallel Poem
The Image and the Form by Vinita Agrawal
I switch off the Television
as if laying Mara1 to rest
The Postman by Manohar Bhatia
Neither Google nor YahooHas diminished or out-stepped
Two Poems by K Pankajam
Two Poems by Zachary Kluckman
Forgiveness is a Small Boat
The Sun is a Bug on the Windshield
Three Poems by Rinzu Rajan
A Carnival of Cliff Hangers
The Lost Sheep and the Shepherd
Black Eye Theory
Three Poems by Denver Ejem Torres
The River Fish in Mongolia Have Haloes
Why Armstrong went to the Moon
Two Poems by Timothy Ogene
Man in the Mirror
Three Short Stories by Kyle Hemmings
Manga Girls Need Love: Snitch & Forget You Are
Manga Girls Need Love: He Drops Over with All his Baggage & Your Old Wounds
Manga Girls Need Love: Rina, a Tall Buzz-fly Girl Who Never Goes Short in the City
Locked-in Syndrome by Dr. Rashid Askari
When I came to my senses, I discovered myself as a mummified corpse in a supine posture.
A Karmayogi by S. Krishnamoorthy Aithal
Alone in his study-cum-bedroom, Nitesh was calculating, as he waited to hear the news of the...
The Quest for Intimacy by Dr. Pratyush Vatsala
Intimacy may be seen as eternal and universal search of Man for his existential roots.
Arts by Eleanor Leonne Bennett
Three arts pieces by E L Bennett
|Book Review|| |
Review on NATURE by Bernard M Jackson
The respected Editor of that excellent Indian English International literary Journal,...
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