Thursday, August 19, 2010

Story in Wasafiri

My short story, 'Wordsmith' in the latest issue of Wasafiri.

Again, I have no idea how one can read it except by subscribing/looking for it in your library.

The issue has articles, interviews, poems and stories. Contributors to this issue include Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o, Nabaneeta, Dev Sen, Keki Daruwalla. And Elleke Boehmer interviews David Attwell, who in turn conducted several interviews with J.M. Coetzee.

Riches! Go read (or borrow/subscribe)!

6 comments:

Rahul Siddharthan said...

Looks like we have institutional access so I could read it. Slightly disturbing, which I presume was the intention. I'm not known for being connected to people but I can't imagine being as disconnected as that. Do you write much fiction? Any links to other short stories you have written?

Space Bar said...

Rahul: Oh good! It's nice to know folks can access it online. The British Library here used to subscribe to it and then last year they discontinued their subscription.

I don't write that much fiction - couple of stories here and there: Chandrabhaga a few years ago, the Penguin Anth, First Proof: 4 is all that's been published. But I try!

Hari Batti said...

Congratulations. I've heard good things about Wasafiri and saw one issue a few years back.

jodie.bell said...

Congratulations on the publication of your short story.

If your library doesn't subscribe, you can recommend Wasafiri to them by filling out the form at http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/recommend/journals.asp

Alternatively, it's also possible to purchase it individually online at http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~db=all~content=a925968263~frm=titlelink.

Best wishes,
Jodie Bell
Marketing Executive for Wasafiri
Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis

km said...

Stupid question - so the 6-page PDF there is not the full story? (If it is, well, there is no paywall - yet.)

Space Bar said...

Hari: Thanks.

Jodie: Thanks. Listen up, y'all.

km: You can read it? In that case, you somehow have a subscription! :D