ED­I­TOR'S NOTE

From the Ed­i­tor

Storizen Magazine - - What's Inside -

As I look into the night sky, I re­call a quote by Roger Miller - 'Some peo­ple walk in the rain, oth­ers just get wet'.

This In­de­pen­dence day hap­pened to be one of the most dev­as­tat­ing for Ker­ala. Mon­soon Rains flooded the state caus­ing an ir­repara­ble dam­age to the lives of many peo­ple. The Septem­ber Is­sue of the Storizen Mag­a­zine is ded­i­cated to Ker­ala floods car­ry­ing the theme - 'Rains - Boon or Bane'.

We are de­lighted to fea­ture in this is­sue, the Man with many sides, the former vet­eran turned au­thor, Kul­preet

Ya­dav in an ex­clu­sive in­ter­view with Pria.

Meghna Pant, who has worked as an an­chor with renowned news chan­nels, shares about her lat­est Award

“Laadli Me­dia Award (2018)”.

We have cov­ered four new re­leases this month in as­so­ci­a­tion with HarperCollins Pub­lish­ers viz. Re­ham Khan, The Pro­fane by Satya­jit Sarna, Gur­gaon by Veena Tal­war Olden­burg, and Half Gods by Akil Ku­marasamy.

We are grate­ful to our read­ers and con­trib­u­tors for the mo­ti­va­tion and their con­stant sup­port which in­spires us to bring out the is­sue back to back ev­ery month with fresh ar­ti­cles, sto­ries, and po­ems.

We al­ways wel­come your feed­back and love to hear from you. Keep shar­ing your feed­back and views.

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