eFiction India Vol.02 Issue.08

eFiction India Vol.02 Issue.08

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Two Sides to the Same Coin by Aashna L.K
Altruism by Aditi Kumar
The Blind Date by Bharat Misra
Gardening by Deepti Nalavade Mahule
Getting Work Done by G. Bhangu
Infernal Luxuria by Sharmilee Padhi
Puro by Richa Tiwari
Shedding Skins by Ram Govardhan
The Cat by Proteem Bhaduri
Coil by Jude Gerald Lopez
The Monochrome Maestro by Malaika Sujeet
The Homecoming by Diganta Sarkar
The Blame by Sunanda Pati
Survivors of Apathy by Daya Bhat

The Ship of Theseus by Priyaa Trippayar

Suicide Ink: A Dying Poet by Jayendrina Singha Ray
That Moment by Sunanda Pati
An Ode to Marilyn Monroe by Ananya Dhawan
Waiting by Sthitapragya Ray
Love Lost and Found by Deepti Razdan
I’m a Man, Why Can’t I Cry? by Manek Kohli
She Drowns in the Darkness of the Night by Surbhi Thukral
The Metamorphosis by Narayan Roy
A Walk Through Life by Penny Dias

A Painting of Kamala Das

Ayaan Basu
Author of Storm in My Mind

Book Review

The Bold Ink of Kamala Das

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eFiction India is an international literary magazine with premium design featuring some of the best writers. Our readers have only one common denominator: they are sensitive and are looking for something more than what mainstream publishing can provide them.

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2 reviews for eFiction India Vol.02 Issue.08

  1. Sakshi Tandon Sharda

    Awesome issue 😀

  2. Daya Bhat

    I received the issue today. Feeling so good that my story has found space in a magazine of such great quality, both, in terms of the look and feel, and the content. It’s a beautiful feeling beyond words. Thanks and I look forward to contributing more. I would like to share the feedback of the editorial team for my story: “Close-at-hand insight into a simple middle-class Indian family’s world, a relatable tale in its universality, and yet retains a charming originality in its indigenous context (such as in those little scenes where the mother looks to her line-up of Gods for answers).” Thank you.

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