A literary magazine primarily concerned with new and postcolonial writers, committed to its original aims of creating a definitive forum for the voices of new writers and to open up lively spaces for serious critical discussion.
‘The Scottish Trans-Atlantic Relations Project is an interdisciplinary collaborative venture involving colleagues across the Scottish Universities, research libraries and museums, in association with partners in North America and the Caribbean. Its goals are to facilitate links with existing groups in transatlantic studies, to enable connections between researchers and resources, and to engage in active identification of research projects and publishing ventures. The STAR website contains a unique archive of original resources for transatlantic studies, including online papers, digitized texts, and a gallery of images. The site’s extensive ‘links’ section serves as a portal to other relevant websites.’
An organization that aims to make the best of Indian academic publishing easily available across the world. Scholars without Borders offers an independent space where academic and scholarly work that is produced and published by Indian scholars can be highlighted. SWB carries books from a range of major as well as smaller publishing houses, from Zubaan, Tulika and Navayana… to Sage, Orient Longman and Oxford, in a wide variety of disciplines. Publications of learned societies as well as governmental agencies such as the Archaeological Survey or the Sahitya Akademi for instance, are also available, as are a number of academic journals and periodicals.
Alchemy is a cultural organisation focusing on the confluence of cultures across and within national boundaries and the productive transformations that result from these interactions in the visual arts, literature, drama, music and dance.