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The Ganga Review is a journal of international writings for liberation. The magazine is published annually in New York City by Chintamani Books. The journal includes fiction, poetry, essays, interviews, translation, and art by established and emerging writers, including people who are homeless or in prison.
- Editor(s): Shyam Mukunda, Sri Lal, Florence Homolka
- Organization (if applicable): Chintamani Books
- Address 1: 110 West 86th St.
- Address 2: Suite 5D
- City: New York
- State Code: NY
- Postal Code: 10024
- Phone: (212) 873-0140
- Email: lalitamba_magazin[email protected]
- Website: www.lalitamba.com
- Format: Print
- Genres: Art, Fiction, Interviews, Nonfiction, Poetry, Translations
- Sample (Postpaid): $12
- Copy Price: $12
- Simultaneous Submissions: yes (with notice)
- Postal Submissions: no
- Email Submissions: no
- Online Submissions: yes (via Submittable)
- Subscription (individuals): $12
- Subscription (institutions): $12
- Reading Period: year-round
- Response Time: 2-3 months
- Payment: copies
- Contests: no
- ISSN: 1930-0662
- Founded: 2004
- Issues Per Year: 1
Publisher’s description: The Ganga Review is a journal of international writings for liberation. The magazine is published annually in New York City by Chintamani Books.
The Ganga Review publishes established and emerging writers. Contributors have been included in the Best American series, written award-winning novels, and received NEA grants. The journal has also been known to discover new authors, and to publish the writings of people who are homeless or in prison. Such are the mystics of our time, the messages gritty yet uplifting. They challenge the reader to expand, as well as to open to the beauty within.
The journal includes fiction, poetry, essays, interviews, translation, and art.
The Ganga Review was inspired by a pilgrimage through India. In early 2004, we traveled from village to village, seeking to alleviate the sorrows that come with poverty, illness, and plain loss of hope. The journal is named for the sacred River Ganga.
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