Ashvamegh, an international magazine publishing English Literature articles and fiction, has launched its 29th issue on 15th June. Ashvamegh has been publishing since January 2015 and this magazine publishes every month. The June issue of Ashvamegh is very attractive and features quality content from the contributors across the world. The featured poet for this Month, Steve Barfield, is a celebrated poet from the USA and another attraction in this issue is Laura Solomon’s contribution in the fiction and non-fiction area. She has contributed a short story as well as a general essay. For those who don’t know her, Laura Solomon is a celebrated novelist from New Zealand. She has published many novels as well as non-fiction books.
The digital magazines like Ashvamegh have changed the way we consume literary content. The traditional literary magazines, though they seem Royal, don’t have that impact now. People are rather getting towards the literary magazines which they can read on their smartphones and pcs and laptops and tablets and ipads. And this new habit and trend have made it possible for the literary enthusiasts to share their creativity with the world very easily. And worthy to mention that Ashvamegh has run up to the fame rather quickly and with the continuous efforts, it has become one of the top literary magazines on the web – nationally and internationally.
You can also enjoy the beautiful poems, short stories and useful research articles on the various themes of literature and culture online by accessing the website of Ashvamegh. We will provide the direct link to the current issue of the magazine where you can use the easy navigation links to read and enjoy the creative writings. You can also add your valuable comments to encourage the poets and the authors who are featured in the issue. You can read the magazine on the link below:
update by an LN staff