Thinking of starting a literary magazine? Here’s what you should know
From rejecting submissions to monetisation, running a literary magazine is a tricky – but rewarding – business.
Can Wikipedia Overcome Gender Gap As It Looks To Translate Articles In Indian Languages?
To address the gender gap, the Wikimedia Foundation has been trying to bring more women contributors to the platform to contribute more on topics related to women.
You'll Never See the Iconic Photo of the 'Afghan Girl' the Same Way Again
A photographer's plan to pay tribute to the 1985 National Geographic cover has revealed the disturbing truth about what is reflected in Sharbat Gula's eyes.
Grammarly vs Hemingway Editor: In-Depth Comparison
A comparison between Grammarly and Heningway based on their design, features, availability, and pricing to find out which one could prove to be a useful tool for your writing arsenal.
Will Detainee's Literary Prize Change 'Hypocrisy' of Australian Immigration Policy?
Behrouz Boochani has been detained in Manus Island for almost six years. His award highlights the mental and physical struggles that detainees are put through.
Ahead of oil drill move, coral reef measuring 85 miles discovered off South Carolina
NOAA, USGS scientists on board research vessel Atlantis downed submersible Alvin of Navy that confirmed the existence of the coral reef, estimated to be at least 85 miles long.
Coming To Terms With My Grandmother’s Schizophrenia
In India, where mental illness is taboo, one grandson learns to better understand his grandmother.
A Book of Uncertain Thoughts, Certain Writing
An Interview With Kelli Gunn, the Poetess of ‘Pot of Uncertainty At the End of the Unsettled’
Catch-22 Review: Bathing In The Absurdity Of War
Harper Lee, the celebrated author of To Kill A Mockingbird, once said about Catch-22:
“Catch-22 is the only war novel I’ve ever read that makes any sense.”
Slaughterhouse-Five Review : Psychedelic And Gut Wrenching
In the heart of Slaughterhouse-Five lies Billy Pilgrim, a World War 2 veteran who has a disconnected life as an optometrist.
Wildlife Tracking 2.0
New AI technologies are offering more humane alternatives to invasive animal monitoring practices.
ScreenFlow 9 Makes Video Recording and Editing a Whole Lot Better
ScreenFlow started as a screen capture tool for Mac, but has become a more versatile screen recording and video editing tool.
Exploring Kodaikanal Amid Mist and Sunshine
It all started with a sense of emergence, an escape from the back-aching burden of assignments as a writer and the many sleepless nights they caused me.
How Artists Are Voicing and Painting the State Crackdown in Kashmir
Amid the tension in Kashmir, musicians, artists, and poets are capturing the effects of life under state crackdown.
The Struggle of Indian Runners Buying Running Shoes
COVID-19 has made people realise the importance of physical fitness. With limited opportunities to go outdoors due to the lockdown, there is enough time to consider self-improvement, and running is a step towards it.
Modern tech meets Indian Sign Language
The 2011 Indian census stated that roughly 1.3 million people in India experience hearing impairment. These numbers are quite different from that of India’s National Association of the Deaf, which puts this number at 18 million, or roughly 1% of India’s population.