To begin with, allow us to wish all of you — our friends, friends of friends, and friends of friends of friends — a very happy new year, with a hope that it all begins the best way possible and continues thus.
This new year, we’re reading new and old writers alike while working on our Issue 03, which is partially based on the theme of ‘infants.’ We began with Vladimir Nabokov while sorting out the submissions, are reading Miriam Darlington and are moving forward to Sylvia Plath later this month.
This blog post, here, is meant specifically to celebrate three pieces of the many that we published. Those three pieces that were the most read in our very first year, which are —
- Other, by Robert Okaji — Poetry, 220 Views
- Black, by Divya Devarajan — Poetry, 184 Views
- The Man Who Stopped Speaking, by Sylvia Schwartz — Prose, 144 Views
We hope that you like these pieces enough, and keep showering your presence along.
We are currently working on our Issue 03, and we’ll soon be working on the submissions that we’ve now begun receiving for Issue 04.
Lisa, Kat and Jayant
• Image: Amar Saeed, Pixelated Reality