Wednesday, 28 June 2017

eSkylark June 2017- Featuring Rishi Dastidar & Matwala Literary Festival


eSkylark

A Voice of the NRI - Diasporic Poets
Editor: Yogesh Patel
Consulting Editor: Dr Debjani Chatterjee, MBE


ISSN 2397-1878 (printed and digital)                                                                                                Issue 3/2017



Word Masala Award Winner July 2017
Rishi Dastidar


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 Uttararaamacharitam (Bhavabhuti)

Director: Yogesh Patel
Consulting Editor: Dr Debjani Chatterjee, MBE
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eSkylark is a quarterly literary magazine. 
The submission is now open to all poets. We are looking for the diversity of any nature preferably with the Indian theme.

We are predominantly inclined to promoting South-Asian Diaspora poets, with the diversity enshrined in our goals. We strongly see the diaspora as a piece of a whole jigsaw, not as a ghetto. Your suggestions are always welcome, 

The Poet-of-the-Month honour this quarter goes to Rishi Dastidar, the most exciting talent to emerge recently. Recently published by Nine Arches Press,Ticker-Tape is a great debut by this extra-ordinary poet. This issue also features important American diaspora poets. We have curated poems from the Matwala Literary Festival June 2017, with the help of Pramila Venkateswaran and Usha Akella who started this movement two years back. The issue also includes the list of usual market opportunities.

Here are the links to our latest issue 

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Join us on 4 October 2017

This Glorious Noise: 5 British Indian poets

4 October 2017 at 8.00 pm at the National Poetry Library, Southbank

To reserve your free place please email specialedition@poetrylibrary.org.uk

This event is supported by the British Council and the Poetry Library
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