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Issue 34 – September, ’20

Issue 33 – August, ’20

A few contributors from the current issues.

Sudhir is a well-known writer and film critic, currently the Entertainment Editor of The New Indian Express.

Despy’s writing has been published or is forthcoming in American Poetry Review, American Literary Review, and she teaches at the University of Houston, apart from working as Assistant Poetry Editor for Gulf Coast.

Aditya V is a software engineer at Apple Inc. in California. He is a graduate of National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirrappalli, and a post-graduate of the University of Wisconsin – Madison. 

Tom Paine is a professor in the MFA program at the University of New Hampshire with his work published in The New Yorker, Harper’s, Zoetrope, among others, and his first collection was a New York Times Notable Book of the Year.

Debarshi Mitra is a 25 year old poet from New Delhi, India. He was the recipient of the The Wingword Poetry Prize 2017, The Srinivas Rayaprol Poetry Prize 2017 and he was long listed for the TFA Prize 2019.

Raymond Deej lives in Idaho with his kids.  That’s everything, he says. The daughter makes the rules.


Special Editions

The LGBTQ+ Vol 1 will be released soon. Writers include J. Mueter, Geri Gale, S. Crystal Bacon, Despy B, Amelia Brown, Shailee R, Robert Beveridge, among others.

The New & Upcoming Writing Vol 1, is a collection of pieces from the Advanced Creative Writing Workshops by TBR. To participate in our workshops, click here.

Issue 35 – LGBTQ+ Vol 1 (Upcoming)

(Creative Writing Workshop Edition)




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