Asia Literary Review publishes the best contemporary writing from and about Asia. The print edition can be found in bookshops throughout Asia and in the US, Australia, Canada, and the UK.
Almost Island would like to be concerned with writing which does not have a purpose outside itself. In times where information is seen as revelation, Almost Island would like to publish work which is in no way sociological, or a travel guide to a foreign culture, or a substitute for historical or anthropological knowledge. Literature seeks wholeness, not fragmentation, and information is never whole.
Almost Island will seek work which is philosophical, internal, individual.
The Sherna Khambatta Literary Agency founded by Sherna Khambatta in 2007, handles fiction and non-fiction, including children’s books. Literary Agents are a new concept in Indian publishing but a vital link between writers and publishers. Writers writing in English based in India as well as overseas, can contact us for representation to be published within India.
Sherna Khambatta, completed her Msc. Publishing in 2007 from the Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen in the UK upon
A blog by Isagani R. Cruz.
Dedicated to Old King Cole, who first suggested a blog devoted to literary works written or read in languages other than the mother tongue of the author/s.
Run by one of a&pwn original members (who is a playwright as well as a literary critic), this blog focuses on literature written by authors in languages other than their mother tongue. So far, it is the only blog of its kind. Related blogs focus on translations or on ESL, not on literary
Mascara Poetry http://www.mascarapoetry is an Asian Australian online journal
interested in the way Australia looks out and upwards, to Asia, and the way
Asia and the other regions return the gaze. Each issue we feature exciting
new poetry and essays from Australia, a featured writer, and new work from
We are a not-for- profit organisation supported by the Literature Board of
The Australia Council and the University of Newcastle’s Faculty of
Humanities and Social