The Wagon Magazine
From the Publisher
The Wagon Magazine, a monthly, published in both print and digital versions, from Chennai, India, launched in the month of April 2016, is aimed to locate vibrant voices in the literary wild and dedicated to publishing ‘global’ literature, theatre and art.
The Wagon Magazine aspires to bridge the gap between the literary works of various countries and regions of the world which otherwise remain as sprinkled mustard seeds, unnoticed, unshared and disconnected… As literature in any part of the world reflects the particular society and its indigenous culture, TWM feels that it is necessary to be connected and seeks to bring all these in one platform and share.
It is a literary magazine that can grow into a habit, entrench its roots in the space of silent dawns and dusks, bloom into days and emanate fragrance of frangipani to the cool night. The Wagon Magazine is unpretentious and far removed from the drawing room vanities; leaves one with an enriched flavour yet wanting more; has the potential to catapult South Asian publishing to the international platform.
Poetry: Any genre/ five to six poems at a time
Fiction: Short / Flash / Science / a short Novella
Non-Fiction: Articles on Theatre, Art, Literary criticism,
Book Reviews: Review should be accompanied by a copy of the book at least
April issue is a special Ukrainian Literature Edition. By July we plan to bring an Assamese Literature edition
There is no competition as of now.
Editors Name Krishna Prasad
Print publication? Yes
Circulation 300 regulars + 5000 and odd digital readers
Do you take online submissions? Yes
Submission Guidelines URL http://thewagonmagazine.com/submission/
Approx. Response Time? Within a fortnight
How often do you publish? Every month
Year Founded? April, 2016
Do you pay? No
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The Wagon Magazine
The Wagon Magazine started publishing in 2016, publishes fiction, poetry, non-fiction and more, and has a print and digital version. The magazine offers works from around the world. Their fiction and poetry is high quality. The magazine is published in India, but from first glance you would not be able to tell where it originates from because of the diversity of voices being published.
The magazine and website have a professional layout and design. New information and pieces are published to the site often. It’s definitely worth a read. The Wagon Magazine is still a young magazine, but I would suspect if they keep publishing, better and better issues can be expected. It’s worth a read.
If you are interested in having your work appear in a diversified magazine publishing in the international community, The Wagon Magazine is defiantly and option.
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