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CultureCult Magazine By Jagannath Chakravarti (Ed.)
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Featuring contributors from nearly 15 nations, including but not limited to India, United States, the United Kingdom, Bangladesh and Romania, CultureCult Magazine is proud to present its Summer 2016... More > edition. Hosting works of both fiction and non-fiction, our Summer issue features a write-up on celebrated street photographer Johnny Mobasher. Besides a treasure trove of original paintings and photographs, we also delve into the Art of life and living itself, tracing the words of Inayat Khan to demystify Sufism while wondering at the stories from the beginning of time that taught primitive life to proceed in tune with the 'Molten Symphony' of all being. CultureCult Magazine is a vibrant bi-monthly of the Arts, Literature and Culture.< Less
CultureCult Magazine - November 2015 By Jagannath Chakravarti (Ed.)
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CultureCult Magazine is a vibrant, fully illustrated magazine of the Arts, Literature and Culture, published from Kolkata, India. It has been a gracious host to a variety of opinions and works of... More > authors from all around the globe from its very first issue. Besides contemporary critiques and articles, CultureCult Magazine features poetry and prose fiction/novels in serialized form, apart from insightful analyses of varied forms of Art, including cinema, theater and the allied arts.< Less
CultureCult Magazine [Monsoon 2016] By Jagannath Chakravarti (Ed.)
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The Monsoon 2016 (Issue Six) of CultureCult Magazine bears the choicest gifts of the cornucopia that is the Indian season of rains. Featuring a palette of fiction, poetry and non-fiction writing... More > from contributors belonging to the Indian subcontinent, Europe as well as North America, CultureCult Magazine continues to be a veritable destination for voices that must speak. The cover feature for the Monsoon issue is a selection of Tagore's monsoon songs and poems, translated into English and juxtaposed along some of the best known artistic impressions of the rainy season.< Less
CultureCult Magazine [Monsoon 2016] By Jagannath Chakravarti (Ed.)
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The Monsoon 2016 (Issue Six) of CultureCult Magazine bears the choicest gifts of the cornucopia that is the Indian season of rains. Featuring a palette of fiction, poetry and non-fiction writing... More > from contributors belonging to the Indian subcontinent, Europe as well as North America, CultureCult Magazine continues to be a veritable destination for voices that must speak. The cover feature for the Monsoon issue is a selection of Tagore's monsoon songs and poems, translated into English and juxtaposed along some of the best known artistic impressions of the rainy season.< Less
CultureCult Magazine [Spring 2016] By Jagannath Chakravarti (Ed.)
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The Spring issue hosts a slew of features on the season, accommodating memoirs as well as critical pieces, apart from a treasure trove of general literature. Hal O' Leary makes a case for an... More > overhaul in the culture of imparting education while Dibyajit Mukherjee attempts a Lacanian analysis of French Students' Movement of 1968. Mayurakshi Sen peeks into the circus circuit of Kolkata while Rounak Chatterjee makes a case for the alarmingly receding spring and the natural world. Clyde Liffey gets inside the mind of an opera singer distressed by the knowledge of an impending misfortune while CB Droege brings an old European legend to life in a short spurt of magical fiction. Featuring authors from around the globe from the very first issue, CultureCult Magazine is a bi-monthly journal of the Arts, Literature and Culture.< Less
CultureCult Magazine [Summer 2016] By Jagannath Chakravarti (Ed.)
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Featuring contributors from nearly 15 nations, including but not limited to India, United States, the United Kingdom, Bangladesh and Romania, CultureCult Magazine is proud to present its Summer 2016... More > edition. Hosting works of both fiction and non-fiction, our Summer issue features a write-up on celebrated street photographer Johnny Mobasher. Besides a treasure trove of original paintings and photographs, we also delve into the Art of life and living itself, tracing the words of Inayat Khan to demystify Sufism while wondering at the stories from the beginning of time that taught primitive life to proceed in tune with the 'Molten Symphony' of all being. CultureCult Magazine is a vibrant bi-monthly of the Arts, Literature and Culture.< Less
Culturecult Magazine (Issue #12) By Jay Chakravarti (Ed.)
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The cover story of CultureCult Magazine's 12th issue is an essay on H.P. Lovecraft and the concept of 'time' in his expansive body of work, penned by Felice Picano. This issue is also graced by a a... More > loving ode to Marilyn Maye, written by Pam Munter. Lynda Pritchard Newcombe puts her years of working as a language instructor to pen as she discusses why it is a good idea to start learning a foreign language, while Marsha Mittman enthralls readers as she jots down her strange and wonderful spiritual experiences in a deeply personal essay. CultureCult Magazine also features a sumptuous literary spread that includes seven pieces of fiction, ranging from the heartwrenching "Murray - A Love Story" (by Jay Shepherd) to the harrowing "Echoes of Silence" (by Edward Ahern). Issue #12 also features the work of eight contemporary poets from around the globe. As always, CultureCult Magazine features paintings of renowned artists such as Claude Monet, Simeon Solomon, Jon Sell Cotman and Joseph Wright of Derby.< Less
CultureCult Magazine (Issue #10) By Jay Chakravarti (Ed.)
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This is the 10th issue of the acclaimed journal of the Arts, Literature and Culture. The False Spring Issue (New Year 2019) features 14 poets from around the world, besides 8 works of fiction and... More > an original drama text. Our featured articles include a feature on the glorious starlet of yesteryears Doris Day and an opinion piece on workplace bullying. This issue also marks the beginning of our regular columns 'Easel De Kolkata' and 'Cult of Fear', the latter appreciating the finer nuances of Darren Aronofsky's horror masterpiece 'mother!'. As usual, CultureCult Magazine is graced by the artworks of modern and classic artists alike including Francisco de Goya, James Abbott McNeill Whistler, George Inness and the controversial Emil Nolde.< Less
CultureCult Magazine (Issue #11) By Jay Chakravarti (Ed.)
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This is the 11th issue of the acclaimed journal of the Arts, Literature and Culture. The Spring 2019 Issue features 8 poets from around the world, besides 6 works of fiction and an original drama... More > text. Our featured articles include a feature on Carol Channing and the sensation of 'Hello Dolly'; a Danish poet's view of poetry in the modern world; and an introspective, intellectual rant whose target is the columnist himself! Our regular feature 'Cult of Fear' continues with discussions on two superlative horror features from India. As usual, CultureCult Magazine is graced by the artworks of modern and classic artists alike including Vincent van Gogh, Anne Ryan, Theodoor Rombouts, Ilya Mashkov, Rudolf Bauer and Vladimir Yegorovich Makovsky.< Less
CultureCult Magazine - October 2015 Issue By Jagannath Chakravarti (Ed.)
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CultureCult Magazine is a vibrant, fully illustrated magazine of the Arts, Literature and Culture, published from Kolkata, India. It has been a gracious host to a variety of opinions and works of... More > authors from all around the globe from its very first issue. Besides contemporary critiques and articles, CultureCult Magazine features poetry and prose fiction/novels in serialized form, apart from insightful analyses of varied forms of Art, including cinema, theater and the allied arts.< Less

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