Bi-monthly literary magazine based out of New York and Mumbai, publishing short fiction, poetry, essays and art work. Apart from publishing we also conduct free literary events across the world.
Based out of Mumbai, India, TBR accepts submissions from all over the world, round the year. Please check the website for submission guidelines. We are currently looking for illustrators and cover designers. Send in your portfolios to [email protected] Editor-in-Chief : Kaartikeya Bajpai (www.facebook.com/kaartikeya.bajpai) Managing Editor : Mansi Goda (www.facebook.com/mansigoda96) Fiction Editor : Samia Mehraj (www.facebook.com/samiamehraj19) Poetry Editor : Rochelle Potkar Art Director : Namrata Toraskar
10 Exciting Indian YA Novels To Get Your Hands On
These Indian YA novels deal with LGBTQIA+ issues, Kashmir, infanticide, friendship and family and will keep you entertained for days.
Andy Serkis, a.k.a Gollum, is reading the Hobbit online!
Andy Serkis will narrate the Lord of the Rings precursor in one 12-hour sitting in aid of charity.
Lynn Miclea, Author
Black gay men just won the Pulitzer Prizes for Poetry and Drama
Stephenie Meyer announces new Twilight book Midnight Sun
Twelve years after cancelling it, the novelist is to publish a retelling of her smash hit YA novel from the vampire’s perspective
Children’s books roundup – the best new picture books and novels
A badminton-playing panda, a celebration of the avocado, a travel agency with gateways to other worlds and more
The eight must-read African novels to get you through lockdown
African academics draw up a reading list that speaks to the vibrancy of contemporary as well as older African literature.
Our project with Mr. Bond is coming along as well! Winter, 2020!
John Berger: ‘If I’m a storyteller it’s because I listen’
On the eve of his 90th birthday, one of the most influential writers of his generation talks about migration, Brexit, growing old – and his fondness for texting
Online Auction to Aid Comic-Book Shops Raises Over $430,000
Comic-book creators contributed their work, and buyers made their bids on Twitter, to help employees and businesses upended by the coronavirus.
READ, read, Read. :)
EDITORIAL Verse Vaccines – Rochelle Potkar POETRY Sri Lal Rustam Mavlikhanov Anna Sujatha Mathai Durga Vijayakumar Jit Bhattacharya Rizwan Akhtar R. Nikolas Macioci Sajan PK Kushal Poddar Sa…
You people are blocking the library.
March-April, 2020 Poetry issue has now released!
Go give it a read!
Tumblr Mashup Of Harry Potter & Willy Wonka Is Surprisingly Brilliant
Tumblr Mashup Of Harry Potter & Willy Wonka Is Surprisingly Brilliant - Funny memes that "GET IT" and want you to too. Get the latest funniest memes and keep up what is going on in the meme-o-sphere.
Happy Birthday William Shakespeare.
Middle Earth Temporarily Bans Fellowships of More Than Five
The White Council of the Wise issued a decree that all fellowships in Middle Earth shall be no larger than five companions for at least the next quarter-age.
Girl power. Reader power. Activist power. Books power.
It started at a Sao Paulo book fair, where Lua Oliveira noticed something disturbing: a mother telling her daughter she couldn't afford to buy her a book.
Margaret Atwood: It's the Best of Times, It's the Worst of Times. Make the Most of It
The author shares her advice on making the most of this time
I once read a book by Mc'Donald Trump.
I suck at keeping up with comments but I’m glad I went on and saw this one.
We have always said this.
Books are 'essential items'.
Italy is slowly but surely emerging from its coronavirus crisis. Italy was hit hard and early by the COVID-19 pandemic, counting more than 150,000 cases and 20,000 deaths, namely in its northern region. While pretty much everything remains on lockdown in that area, the south of Italy will soon start...
The beautiful poetry of Donald Trump, first of his species, Lord of United States, speaker of Twitter.
The Beautiful Poetry of Donald Trump (Unabridged) audiobook written by Robert Sears. Narrated by Jon Culshaw. Get instant access to all your favorite books. No monthly commitment. Listen online or offline with Android, iOS, web, Chromecast, and Google Assistant. Try Google Play Audiobooks today!
Our very amazing Poetry Editor, Rochelle Potkar has been shortlisted for the Rabindranath Tagore Literary Prize, 2020!
With great delight, we announce the Rabindranath Tagore Literary Prize shortlist for 2020. We were impressed by the number of entries – thank you to everyone who submitted nominations, all have been carefully considered. The result is a range between internationally renowned and emerging authors, ...
Making it easy. Um, read the titles together from top left.
Just a shelf of books? Take a closer look ...
All credits to artist: Mr. Phil Shaw !!!
On verge of closing, City Lights receives over $365,000 in donations in single day
City Lights, the San Francisco bookstore that has been a beacon for writers, literary intellectuals and book lovers of all kinds for almost 70 years, is nearly broke and on the verge of closing permanently.
The O.W.Ls will be held later in the year due to the global pandemic.
Meanwhile, the Ministry of Magic has moved all classes online.
Professor Gilderoy Lockhart will be giving lectures on the science of Cronavirus, apart from suggesting precautions.
My chance has officially come!!!
Ann Patchett on running a bookshop in lockdown: 'We’re a part of our community as never before'
The novelist reveals how the store she co-owns in Nashville is making, and remaking, plans to get books to readers who want them more than ever
Call for submissions for our 4th International print anthology!
Accepting short fiction on 'Race, identity and gender'.
Word count: 1,500 to 4,500 words
Last date: 15th June, 2020
Email ID: [email protected]
Subject line: 'Your name' - 'Piece name'
Only one submission per person will be considered.
Please adhere to our theme and guidelines.
We accept original and previously unpublished work only.
Kindly send a one-paragraph bio & a (square) picture of yourself along with the submission.
Rest in piece, Mort Drucker.
His illustrations of celebrities for Mad magazine’s movie and television satires inspired countless cartoonists. Actors, politicians and others knew they had made it when he drew them.
Stephen King is sorry.
The horror writer says he understands why fans have said the COVID-19 pandemic feels like living inside one of his novels. King says he doesn't feel panic or terror, but rather, a "gnawing anxiety."
On 5 April 1955, Literature Laureate Bertrand Russell wrote to Physics Laureate Albert Einstein to ask for his support in standing up against nuclear weapons. Einstein agreed, and the correspondence led to the Russell-Einstein Manifesto which the scientist signed just days before his death.
Image: Public domain, source McMaster University
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