Ed­i­tor's Note

Storizen Magazine - - Contents -

The In­dian English lit­er­a­ture or com­monly re­ferred to as the Indo-Anglian lit­er­a­ture has been the new­est and fastest grow­ing cast in In­dia. Af­flu­ent, ur­ban, and highly ed­u­cated, we have had nu­mer­ous au­thors who have suc­cess­fully crossed the lan­guage bar­ri­ers and have be­come pop­u­lar in coun­tries apart from In­dia.

Along with widely ac­cepted literary giants of In­dian de­scent, the writ­ing in­dus­try has swooned off by a grow­ing num­ber of young au­thors who are im­mensely prized by the coun­try's con­tem­po­rary.

We are de­lighted to fea­ture the best­selling au­thor Dr. Madhu Va­j­payee, a Mel­bourne based au­thor in this fes­tive edi­tion.

This is­sue is a “spe­cial one” be­ing the re-launch of Storizen Mag­a­zine with the fes­tive mood and a lot of state-of-art ex­cite­ment.

We have al­ways val­ued our read­ers and thank them for sup­port­ing us in our jour­ney. In this edi­tion, we are also fea­tur­ing some sto­ries, true in­ci­dents about Holi that have an im­pact on the writ­ers' lives thus giv­ing a plat­form to voice their tal­ent.

We are glad to fea­ture in this edi­tion, the event that re­cently hap­pened in Mum­bai, ‘The Women Writ­ers' fes­ti­val or­ga­nized by SheThePeo­ple.TV on 23rd and 24th Fe­bru­ary 2018. The high­lights in­clude im­por­tant dis­cus­sions and view­point as a whole on the ex­ist­ing and emerg­ing of women writ­ers like An­jali Kir­palani, Ki­ran Man­ral, Meghna Pant et al.

Keep en­cour­ag­ing com­ments and use­ful sug­ges­tions com­ing so that we can con­tinue to in­cor­po­rate them in our ef­forts to make the mag­a­zine the best pos­si­ble for you. We hope that you en­joy the is­sue and we wish you a very Happy and Col­or­ful Holi!

Your Friend, Sau­rabh Chawla Email: ed­i­tor@storizen.com

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