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Literary Magazines For Creative Writing In India, Purely Into Print

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Literary Magazines for Creative Writing in India have found it’s pace since few years, especially with online literary magazines on the rise. Print magazines have also seen some progress since, with magazines such as The Caravan, Asia Literary Review, Kitaab and Spark Magazine have stepped-up their platforms to promote more creative writing for Indian writers writing in English.

A decade back, it would be a struggle to find good journals, to submit to, in India, but that has completely changed now. There are more than 25 Creative Writing journals and magazines in India, and count is increasing every year. I have listed below Literary Journals and Magazines for Creative Writing In Print Publishing:

Literary Magazines for Creative Writing In India, Purely Into Print

I have handpicked four literary magazines for creative writing that are purely into print, and not web or online, in case if anyone’s curious. Among these four journals or magazines, Sahitya Academi is the most reputed in India, compared even to other print and online magazines in India.

INDIAN LITERATURE (SAHITYA AKADEMI):

Format: Print; Genres: Poetry, fiction, and translations

Indian Literature
Indian Literature: Sahitya Akademy

Established in 1954, Sahitya Akademi is the most prestigious and reputed literary journal in India. It has been running its bimonthly journal for Indian writing in English and 23 other languages since last 58 years. 

THE LITTLE MAGAZINE:

Format: Print; Genres: Fiction, poetry, novellas, film and theatre scripts

The Little Magazine
The Little Magazine

Launched since 2000, The Little Magazine publishes contemporary South Asian writing in all genres possible. Furthermore, it publishes novellas and scripts, which is quite rare compared to other magazines and journals. 

Editors: Antara Dev Sen and Pratik 

PAPERCUTS: 

Format: Print; Genres: Fiction and poetry

Papercuts
Papercuts

Desi Writers Lounge showcases writing from South Asia by publishling their biannual themed magazine

Editors: You can view their entire editorial board here.

READING HOUR: 

Format: Print; Genres: Short fiction (1,200 to 4,000 words) and poetry (less than 400 words)

Reading Hour
Reading Hour

Reading Hour is also purely into print and publishes short fiction bimonthly in their print journal

There are couple of literary journal and magazine that are both into print and online, but we have avoided listing them over here to maintain a list of journals which are solely into print, and not into oline rom web publishing.

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