Ashvamegh, a popular and reputed magazine of English literature, has announced the launch of its final issue for the year 2017 yesterday, 15th December 2017. Like all the previous issues of the year, this issue was also loaded with top quality contributions from acclaimed as well as amateurs in the field of writing. The major attraction in this issue are the poems by Wally Swist, the acclaimed US poet and a research paper by David Pecan. Other than that, a strong editorial message and the contributions by Indian poets and authors are also noteworthy.
Ashvamegh was founded by Alok Mishra almost 3 years ago on January 12, 2015. Since the launch, Ashvamegh has been coming up with its issues every month and the publication date of the monthly issues is 15th of every month. It publishes fiction as well as non-fiction. In fiction, Ashvamegh publishes poetry and short stories and in non-fiction, it publishes essays, research articles and also the book reviews. It has published the poets of the national as well as international repute and has made a name of itself in the world of literary enthusiasts around the world.
With the final issue of the year 2017, Ashvamegh has completed three years. The January issue for the year 2018 will be published on 15th of January next year. About his further interest in promoting literature, Alok Mishra has told that he will be coming up with a poetry magazine in the coming January. The magazine, Alok told, will be focused primarily on bringing the cultural and traditional riches of India and tell the world audience about it. The magazine will be international as Ashvamegh and the platform will be online.
To read the current issue of Ashvamegh, you can visit the official website of the magazine here: http://ashvamegh.net
by an LN contributor