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Poetry Events and Reading Groups


The Poets' Nook is a community for those passionate about poetry. It is a platform to recite, discuss and share the love of poetry with other poets and poetry enthusiasts in the city. Poems will be read, shared and discussed by it's members and for self written poetry, offered feedback. 

Venue, Cubbon Park, M.G. Road, Bangalore. (monthly but date may vary, check facebook.

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:  Cyberwit is for poets who want to publish their poetry. 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.


Poetry Magazines in India

Brown Critique 2nd Floor, 98 Park Street, Calcutta - 700 017 India
Phone: 91 (033) 280 1386
Editor: Gayatri Majumdar e-mail:
Chandrabhaga: A Magazine of Indian Writing Tinkonia Bagicha, Cuttack 753 001, Orissa
Editor: Jayanta Mahapatra
Subscription: Annual RS150; single copy RS75
Crimson Feet  is a bi-monthly literary magazine in print that seeks to promote new writers of poetry and short stories. It also publishes new works of art and photography. It gives unhindered creative space to writers and artists irrespective of their choice of genre and style. Crimson Feet Media, B2 Shree Krishna Apartments, Nr. Lad Society, Vastrapur Ahmedabad - 380015 GUJARAT.   Mobile: 91-079-8634979 Email:
Flatfile Radhamohan House, Kalimpong, PIN - 734 301
Editor:Anmole Prasad.
Indian Literature - India's Sahitya Akademi's Bi-Monthly Journal. Editorial Office: Sahitya Akademi, Rabindra Bhavan, 35 Ferozeshah Road, New Delhi - 110 001, India
The Indian PEN Published Quarterly by the P.E.N. All-India Centre, Theosophy Hall, 40 New Marine Lines, Mumbai - 400 020
Editor: Nissim Ezekiel
Kavya Bharati Study Centre for Indian Literature in English and Translation (SCILET), American College, Madurai - 625 002, Tamilnadu, India.
Editor: R.P. Nair.
Poesis A Journal of Poetry Circle, Mumbai, C/O `Poetry Circle', Mumbai, PO Box 110 82, New Marine Lines, Mumbai - 400 020
Editor: Prabhanjan K. Mishra
Poetcrit is an English language journal of poetry and literary criticism published in India.  lt appears each January and July to promote poetry and international understanding through poetry.  Critical articles on various genres of literature are included.  Poems of every kind are solicited from subscribers.  Poetry submission guidelines: Membership required for consideration.  Submit up to four poems, max length 25 lines.  Accepts simultaneous submissions, no previously published poems.  Cover letter required.  Cutoff date for January issue is 20 September; for July issue is 20 March.  Pays one contributor's copy.  Acquires one-time rights.  E-mail if you have any questions.
Contact details: Editor(s): Dr. D.C. Chambial; Editor for the Americas is Don Tuthill. Poetcrit Magazine, Box 206, 843 Cypress Parkway, Kissimmee, FL 34759,  United States,   E-mail:
POET  118 Raja Street, Dr. Seethapathi Nagar, Velacheri, Chennai (Madras)- 600 042 India, Founder - President & Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Krishna Srinivas - international monthly, published by the World Poetry Society, running in its 45th year of publication, annual subscription 30 U.S. dollars, distributed worldwide, welcomes and encourages submissions from all continents, pays at least 1 cc.
Poetry Today 8/20 Fern Road, Calcutta 700 019. E-mail
Editor: Pradipkumar Chaudhuri.
Literary quarterly of the Poets Foundation.
Reading Hour is a new bi-monthly print magazine launched in January 2011. The magazine focuses on short stories, poetry, essays, book reviews and more, primarily by freelance Indian authors. The content is fresh, unpublished and original work. The print version is sold on stands in India, while a pdf version is sent by email for those outside India.