It’s been awhile since we last published an online issue.
In the mean time, we haven’t been completely hibernating in darkness. Publications in print for the last Kolkata Bookfair, to-be-published books and journals, various forms of existential crises akin to alternate publications and a surprising amount of apparently invisible labour that cannot be evaluated by existing laws of economy kept us busy.
Not that there has been a dearth of darkness during the months we took leave from this digital platform. Elections, lynchings, demonetizations, suicides, riots, water scarcities, land-grabs, unfair court verdicts, controversially fair death penalties, losses of jobs, hopes, lives. We had enough to read about. So did you.
A note on our future online issues : We are working towards uphauling this digital platform bit by bit, changing its essential texture. Stay tuned! We will be back soon. Maybe sooner!
A PDF version of this online issue can be found here.
LITTLE MAGAZINE OF THE MONTH
Sameera Khan – December 6
Sneha S. Kanta – Three Poems
Pratheesh Ramachandran – SKIN
Shambhobi Ghosh – Four Poems
Debarun Sarkar – Three Series Of Poems
Seoti Bhattacharya – Red : A Retelling
Shambhobi Ghosh – The Limbo
Jyoti Singh – Tomorrow
Jayanti Basu – Morning Stories
Samiran Sadhukhan – দেশপ্রেম, দেশদ্রোহ ও সংঘ পরিবার
Chandrika Radhakrishnan – Organising As If Workers Mattered (sequel of Assault On Working Class – Challenges Before Unions)
Rita Banerjee – জেনানা ফাটকের ইতিবৃত্ত
Sarbajaya Bhattacharya – জুলুস
Shubhendu Dashgupta – Images Of Anti-Land-Grabbing Movement By Chittaprosad
Vijay Ravikumar – The Sleepyheads
Conversation with Ajit Prasad Hembram – Hudur Durga (হুদুড় দুর্গা)
Somnath Mukhopadhyay – ভাসা ভাষা কথা
Mitrava Banerjee – ধড়াম! একটি তীব্র রক্তিম শলাকা
Dhiman Basak – হরদ্বার কিংবা/এবং হরিদ্বার ও মদমহেশ্বরের গল্প
We are immensely thankful to our current contributors for bearing with this much delayed issue.