Volume: Edited by: Dr. Santosh Kumar Binding: Paperback ISSN: 0972-6004 Availability: In Stock (Ships within 1 to 2 days) Publisher: Cyberwit.net, India Pub. Date: Dec. 2007 Condition: Price: $25
From The Editor
Best Wishes for a very Happy New Year! Taj Mahal Review, December 2007 out now, features Poetry, Artwork by international artists, Short Story, Reflections, Book Review etc; here is the longing to promote original creative writing worldwide. The continuous publication is a testimony to the kind support and dedication of its readers. My heart's desire is that Taj should concentrate on publishing original authors and artists. I have kept this in mind while selecting an increasingly large number of poems and short stories. How to save Poetry? Cyberwit is doing something in this direction. Why Poetry? He that rejecteth Poetry and Art will not have a good conscience. They alone clean and save our soul. Poetry is divine. We are cleaned by Poetry. Poetry alone can expose 'hypocrisies of official society', and the totalitarianism of the present machine society. Hope you will enjoy this massive collection of poems, short stories and artwork reaching a worldwide audience. Cyberwit's purpose is to assist authors in the publication of creative writing without them having to suffer the ordeal of going through an agent.
This heart is weary and sick due to another terrorist attack in Hyderabad . The bombs packed with metal pellets exploded at a food centre and an amusement park on Saturday night in Hyderabad , India on August 26, 2007. Thirty-eight persons including six women and two children were killed. Where is the "fugitive and gracious light, shy to illumine"? Earth hath need of "some Columbus to guide us over a trackless ocean to a new continent", so that our song of joy may triumph over the cry of agony. I offer my deepest condolence on the sad passing away of Norman Kingsley Mailer (1923 - 2007) on November 10. He was an American novelist, journalist, playwright, screenwriter, and film director. He has been rightly called "Innovator of the nonfiction novel, a towering figure in American literature for nearly 60 years."
Heartly congratulations to Doris Lessing (b. 1919), British novelist who was born in Kermanshah , Iran , winner of the 2007 Nobel Prize for literature! One of her greatest works, The Golden Notebook (1962), revealing the struggles of a woman writer, is considered a classic of feminist fiction.
I'm obliged to the kind support of all these creative artists. Their help and kindness greatly inspired me in this work of editing and selecting. I look forward to receiving your cooperation in the future issues of Taj and thank you again.
Albert Russo Andrea H. Cook Bob Veon Cathie Brock Crystal Sons Debs Higginson Charles Frederickson Francie Aguilera Jason Ferguson Jerry Monaghan Jesse Kalisher John Palcewski Karunesh Agrawal Marcia A. Borell Richard Heagy Robert William Braswell Steven Love TheaterOfCrueltyNOH AZSACRA
Adam Donaldson Powell Daniel Luis Indranu Louie Levy Mark Garrison Martha Miles Mike Richardson-Bryan Nathaniel Missildine Sana Rafiq
Alan M. Danzis Albert Russo Andrew Coburn Andrew Geyer Andrew McIntyre B. Lynn Goodwin Behcet Kaya Ben Tanzer Calisto Mudzingwa Catherine Berg Curtis Smith Deborah Shlian Desiree L. Ward Eric Tessier Fran Shaw, Ph.D. Gary Alexander Azerier Gregory Vincent St. Thomasino Guy Wilkinson Jack Galmitz Jacque E. Turner Janet K. Brennan Jeff Oliver Jeffrey DeLotto Jen Michalski Jerry Craven Jim GANLEY John Calvin Hughes John Palcewski Kenneth W. Schroeder Kristi Petersen Lucille Gang Shulklapper Lynda M Ortiz Lynette Arden Math Osseforth Michael G. McLaughlin Peter Ebsworth Phil Andersen Richard H Heagy Rob Bloom Rob Mommeyer Robert S. Ruehrdanz Robert Wexelblatt Robert William Braswell Roger W. Harrington Russ Curtis Shahar Gold Sari Young Semia Harbawi Servis, Steven P Stephen E. Shepherd Stephen Healey Stephen Paul Steve Morris Thomas Boulan Tyler Smith Victoria Valentine
A. D. Moore Alan Catlin Alan Morgan Alex Cooper Albert Russo Alexandre Nodopaka Andrea Monk Arthur Leung Aspa Papakonstantinou AZsacra ZARATHUSTRA Barbara E. Mercer CC Thomas Catherine Berg Chan Mongol Dr. Charles Frederickson Cherilyn Fry Christine Magee Crystal Diane Arbogast D. Everett Newell Daniel Chauvin David McLean Deborah Hobbs Del Senkbeil Denise-A. Langner-Urso Dianna Toomey Dimitris P. Kraniotis Earl J. Wilcox Emmanuel Sigauke Eric Obame Floriana Hall Fran Shaw Gary Beck George Trialonis J. Berolo James Keane Janrae Frank Jan Oskar Hansen Janet K. Brennan Jayne Pupek Jerry Bradley Jerry Craven Jerry Monaghan Jon Stocks Joni Brown Joseph A. Burgos, Jr. Joseph Reich Kimberley S. Jordan Kyle Hemmings Louie Levy Lynn Strongin M. Blake María Cristina Azcona Maria Deyana Mariia Subotovych Mark Jackley Mary Etta Metcalf Maryse Schouella Michael Estabrook Oliver Rice Paul Blakeford Phil John Kneis Rebecca Guile Hudson Robert Allan Rose Marie Streeter Ruchir Salvatore Buttaci Sargam Garg Shirley Bolstok Stephen Lloyd Smith Steve Manning Taki Yuriko Tammy Ho Lai-ming Thomas Fundora Tom Atterberry Yvonne Sparkes Zyskandar A Jaimot
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Cyberwit seeks to publish the best in Poetry from novoices to established poets. Our published Anthologies and Journal Taj Mahal Review have poems that are sensuous, picturesque and impassioned. The poems reveal a fine combination of human elements of romance and the mystic & everyday realities. Cyberwit has published a myriad of new poets, and an increasingly large number of collections of verse. The significance of Poetry has not declined, and the 21st century seems to be the Golden Era of English Poetry. The name of Cyberwit is known to readers in several countries.