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Nikita Parik Sep 21
Glad to have our journal mentioned in this discussion, especially the hypertextual review by our Managing Editor, Jagari Mukherjee. 🌼
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EKL Review Sep 21
Here the story is displayed as subtitles against a set of moving images, thereby fusing the medium of written words and the medium of video into a video-text published in the first issue of EKL Review.
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EKL Review Sep 16
Today we have Tarfia Faizullah's brilliant poem "Yr Not Exotic, but Once Ya Wanted to Be" from the first issue of EKL Review here:
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EKL Review Sep 14
Today from the inaugural issue of EKL Review we share Scott Beal's beautiful poem "A Flower Does Not Chase a Bee". Read here:
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EKL Review Sep 13
Today from EKL Review (Prolifera 1) we share Patrick Gibson's amusing, entertaining flash fiction "Mary in the Park":
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EKL Review Sep 12
Today we share Rota's poem "Third Wave Ska is Dumb (and Other Cries for Help) from the first issue of EKL Review. Read here:
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EKL Review Sep 11
Today we share from Prolifera 1 of EKL Review Jagari Mukherjee's review of Keith Taylor's book in hypertext where Jagari increases the depth of the text. Read this experimental form of digital humanities in practice here:
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EKL Review Sep 8
Those who have grown up in the late 1970s and early 1980s must be aware of that fantastic cartoon called "Barbapapa". Nikita Parik takes them as metaphor for the malleability language. Enjoy reading it in the first issue of EKL Review here:
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EKL Review Sep 8
Today from EKL Review (Prolifera 1) we share Keith Taylor's beautiful poem "Parthenon Marbles". Read here:
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EKL Review Sep 7
Today from the first issue of EKL Review we share an Anti-Preface by Sufia Khatoon. Yes, Sufia negates the existence of the author and makes the subject of her poems (The Pomegranate Tree) speak for itself. Read the fantastic piece here:
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EKL Review Sep 5
The inimitable Amit Shankar Saha writes: "During my student days I came across Nirad Chaudhuri's book "Hinduism: A Religion to Live By" at the British Council Library. Read the Con-Text/Ex-Position here in the first issue of EKL Review."
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EKL Review Sep 4
An exquisite piece by George Szirtes in the inaugural issue of EKL Review ❤❤❤
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EKL Review Sep 2
Today we present to you Arjun Rajendran's amazing piece of fiction "The Roshogolla Conspiracy", a truly "Chanticleeric and Taurean" genre-bending story fed with memoir. You will love it. Read it in the inaugural issue of EKL Review here:
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EKL Review Sep 2
Enjoy today the poem "Brave Women's Amulet" by Annie Finch published in the first issue of EKL Review. ❤❤❤
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EKL Review Aug 31
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EKL Review Aug 30
LAUNCHING TOMORROW❤❤❤
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EKL Review Aug 27
Coming soon... EKL REVIEW: Imagining Against the Grain Keep an eye out for our new journal!❤
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