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A quarterly magazine featuring and promoting South-Asian diaspora poets.
Word Masala also acts as a non-commercial agent and helps any open-minded, supporting editors and poetsEditor: Yogesh Patel Consultant Editor: Dr Debjani Chatterjee MBE Patrons: Lord Parekh & Lord Dholakia
ISSN 2397-1878 (printed and digital)/ Issue 2/2017
The third year of success
eSkylark is now a quarterly literary magazine. The submission is now
also, open to all poets. We are predominantly inclined to promoting
South-Asian Diaspora poets, but with the diversity enshrined in our goals.
The Poet-of-the-Month honour this quarter goes to Mona Dash. Her latest
poetry collection, A Certain Way, is a great British debut by this accomplice
poet and novelist now settled in The UK. The issue also includes market
opportunities and new poems with many fresh announcements inviting all poets,
publishers and magazine editors.
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