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Literary criticism

 By:  G. D. McFetridge I picked William Faulkner because of his unique style and voice, and because many pundits and critics still laud him as one of the past century’s literary geniuses. From his book, The Long Hot Summer, I extracted…

Poetry

By: Lisa Anne Maryniw The air is crisp Breath rising in the Winter midst Darkness covers the vacant Streets of Mind and Soul. The Body is frail Dying from absence of food and shelter The Soul is crying from the…

News

The Literary Yard has received the press release from the Press Information Bureau of India on the Copyright Rules, 2013. The piracy has been a huge concern in India. Artists, authors and publishers have lost millions of rupees. In addition,…

Literary criticism

In most writers are hidden the stories of their struggle and how their talent–of writing– evolved, got recognised and flourished. Two hundred percent, every writer will become nostalgic about the precious moments from their childhood, of how a cousin of theirs…

Literary criticism

By: Onkar Sharma The stream of consciousness, I’m sure, is not an unknown term to my literary pals. I am taking up this term for discussion today. Even though discussing literary terms on open platforms such as Literary Yard is…

News

After 3 successful years, Globalocal in its 4th year was held on an all new location. Strategically placed amidst the and New Delhi Book Fair, Globalocal tried to play a platform which provided various opportunities to meet new business partners…

News

Recently Leadstart Publications organised a book reading session for Lakshmi Narayan’s novel Bonsai Kitten in Hyderabad. A number of people were present, at least the pictures which Leadstart has posted on its Facebook page show this. Ms Narayan had launched the…

Poetry

One of the Linkedin connections recently raised a query: What kind of a poet are you? She gave three categories of poets to make it easy for the group members to choose from. Her statement was divided the entire poetry world…

Books ReviewsFiction

Amish Tripathi is back with the final book in the Shiva Trilogy: ‘The Oath of the Vayuputras. One thing is sure. There is a lot more in the myths discovered by this man who left his MNC job and held…

Books Reviews

Those of you who have always wished to be an author and have something to tell the world in your words through stories that have not seen the light of the day can now vent out your stories and get…