ELJ is a literary e-journal published three times year. We publish fiction (short stories, novel extracts, translations), creative non-fiction, a little bit of poetry, book reviews and interviews. Each issue is based on a theme. Yes, we accept unsolicited submissions.
Our philosophy is simple. If it's well written, interesting, and relevant, publish it. ELJ aims to publish the best writing from established as well as new authors. Since we do three issues a year, and slots are limited, we would obviously like to include only the best, so do make sure that you send us the very best you have.
The next issue will be 'Potpourri'. The deadline is January 15, 2015.
- Gary Beck
Me and OCD - Meygan Cox
The God Thing - Matthew Harrison
Hinge - Robert Beveridge
Half Life - Neera Kashyap
Bonsai - Pooja Sharma Rao
I Don't Think I'm Okay - Nick Manzolillo
Rajani - Kalyani Dutta
Coffee House Feedback - Marc Carver
Shackles - Natalia Suri
Beautiful Stranger - Mrinalini Harchandrai
Looking Glass - Sheila Martin
Anti-depressant - Rana Bitar
Normal - Shubha Menon
In the Jungles of the Night: A Novel about Jim Corbett
-Stephen Alter (Binoy B Agarwal)
Amba: The Question of Red
-Laksmi Pamuntjak (Isha Aggarwal)
The Golden Legend
-Nadeem Aslam (Devalina Kohli)
Loitering with Intent: Diary of a Happy Traveller
-Ritu Menon (Wafa Hamid)
Murder in Mahim
-Jerry Pinto (Mariam Karim)
Chandni Chowk: The Mughal City of Old Delhi
-Swapna Liddle (Paulami Biswas)
-Hirsh Sawhney (Sheila Kumar)
The CEO Who lost His Head
-Aditya Sinha (Mohd Farhan)
The Sari of Surya Vilas
-Vayu Naidu (Isha Aggarwal)
These Circuses That Sweep Through the Land
-Tejaswini Apte-Rahm (Mariam Karim)
How I Became a Tree
-Sumana Roy (Wafa Hamid)
Divya Dubey Divya Dubey is the Instructor/Editor at Authorz Coracle. Besides ELJ, she occasionally reviews fiction for the Hindustan Times, India Today magazine, Livemint, Biblio, etc (India); the Asian Review of Books (Hong Kong) -- some of the reviews republished by The Asian Writer (UK); the Asia Literary Review (Hong Kong), Wasafiri (UK), the New York Journal of Books (US), and India Currents magazine (US). Some of her short stories and articles have appeared in various publications such as Out–of-Print magazine, Muse India, Reading Hour, Kindle Magazine, Urban Voice 4, The Bookseller (UK), Scroll, The Hindu Literary Review, the Hindustan Times, Indo-Asian News Service, Pravasi Bharatiya, All About Book Publishing, Book Link, The Publisher’s Post and Chicken Soup for the Indian Couple’s Soul. She was a finalist for the British Council Young Creative Entrepreneur Award, Publishing, 2010. She is the author of the collection of short stories, Turtle Dove (Juggernaut Books, 2016; Readomania, 2016).
Mariam Karim Ahlawat
Suneetha Balakrishnan is a writer, translator, and reviewer based in Trivandrum, Kerala, having contributed short fiction and poetry to various anthologies published in India and the UK. She is a certified creative writing trainer from the British Council, and a former writer in residence at Sangam House. She has also worked as a faculty member for various English language and literature courses at the Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU), IMG Kerala. Suneetha's works have been published by The Guardian (UK), Caravan, Muse India, Sahitya Akademi's Indian Literature, Live IT, Media Voice Mag, and Reading Hour. She has also written for The Hindu, The Hindu Literary Review, The Business Standard, Times of India, Economic Times, Windows and Aisles, SpiceRoute, and Kalakaumudi – a literary magazine in the regional language Malayalam.
KG Sreenivas is a writer and editor based in Kochi. He is the former Founding Editor-in-Chief of Creative Brands – Asia Pacific-Middle East, an international magazine on the advertising, media and communication industries. Prior to that, he was a media and communication consultant and has led publishing operations at Indo-Asian News Service, one of India's leading independent news wires. He has had diverse professional experience in media and publishing, having worked with media houses such as The Indian Express Group, PressWire News UK (Features Editor, South Asia), and Pearson Education India (Managing Editor, ELT & School). Sreenivas has also led offshore publishing operations for media clients based in the Asia Pacific, the Middle East, Europe, and the United States. A postgraduate in Literature & Linguistics and an M.Phil in International Relations from JNU, he has taught at universities and management institutes as a Visiting Faculty and is currently an Adjunct Faculty at Sri Aurobindo Centre for Arts and Communication where he teaches a course in Creative Writing. Sreenivas writes occasional poetry and is presently working on his first book of fiction.