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An international anthology featuring writers and poets from 31 countries. With a diverse set of pieces, the anthology doesn't come under any particular theme or genre, and is comprised of emerging and new voices primarily, as well as established names. This is the second print anthology of The Bombay Review, an online bi-monthly literary magazine based out of New York and Mumbai. It has a readership base in more than 120 countries. Apart from publishing The Bombay Review conducts free literary events across the world.
Kaartikeya Bajpai, 21, a JN Tata and Sir Dorabji Tata Scholar and journalism graduate, was first published in Chandamama when he was nine and his work has since appeared in Tehelka, Helter Skelter, Muse India, Reading Hour, Sahitya Academy’s Indian Literature Journal, Spark Magazine, Roots and Meanderings Anthology, Significant Anthology, Everyman’s Science among others. He lives in New York, and is completing his masters in Creative Writing. He recently gave his first TEDx talk at IIIT, Allahabad, on: ‘How we found a way to run an international literary magazine for free’ in January 2016, followed by another TEDx talk at SRM Chennai in March 2016. In the same year, he was one of the awardees of the ‘25 under 25 Change Makers in India’ award by Campus Diaries, in the field of writing. Kaartikeya also got selected as a Global Leader for a ten day leadership program for youth, which held in Skopje, Republic of Macedonia, in August 2016.