Southlit Supplement June 2016
Southlit Supplement June 2016 features the latest offerings from Southlit in the ongoing new monthly series in Eastlit. It covers creative writing, literature and artwork focused on South Asia. All of us at Eastlit hope that you enjoy the poetry, fiction and artwork in Southlit Supplement June 2016. The banner picture, Sunset at Kutch, is courtesy of Kamakshi Lekshmanan. This is the first issue featuring this banner picture.
Southlit Supplement July 2016 Table of Contents:
Southlit: Information about the history and development of Southlit, the exact countries it covers and submissions.
Birthplace by Hiraa Kazmi.
Drowned by Jayendrina Singha Ray.
The Inherited Journey by Shehzad Ghias Shaikh.
The Princess of the Northern Hills by Smita Bhattacharya.
Tears of Pitying Rue by MJ Shohel.
Colombo Lights by Ruvindra Sathsarani.
This month’s random republication in the Southlit Supplement is:
Writers and Poets: biographical information all of the writers and poets this month.
About the Work:
As with Eastlit, the Southlit Supplement publishes work as received. We do not edit the poetry, fiction and non-fiction submitted. If you submit, make sure your work is ready to be published.
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