(A Quarterly International Peer-reviewed Refereed e-Journal
Devoted to English Language and Literature)
This issue of ‘Creation and Criticism’ celebrates the first birthday of this e-magazine. I would like to wish CC a very Happy First Birthday and look forward to its further success as time goes by.
CC has a unique gift in being able to build a bridge between its reader and the world of creativity. It draws the reader into its world effortlessly arousing its senses so intensely at all levels through visual details and excellent choice of creative writings. Consequently, the reader is able to feel the writer’s emotions, thoughts and intentions and to enjoy timeless quality of greatness of its literary publications.
The literary journey of CC, which began back in April 2016, has advanced greatly in the past year. CC has gone from strength to strength. It is a quarterly international peer-reviewed refereed English e-journal, aimed at providing an opportunity to researchers, writers, poets and scholars for sharing their creative and critical views through poems, plays, fiction, interviews, book reviews and research articles. The magazine is totally free of cost, which is a wonderful help to the writer. When an author submits his/her work to the magazine, it is then forwarded to referees who decide the suitability of the work for publication and within one month the authors are informed of the decision of the referees who provide a wonderful service. Moreover, CC is also readily available to all to view regardless of what part of the world they live in. This is a wonderful advantage to the authors as well as to the readers.
I would like to thank Sudhir Kumar Arora and Abnish Singh Chauhan for creating this wonderful e-magazine, to congratulate them on its success and also to congratulate their wonderful supporting team, who together with him create a wonderful environment for the creative writers who wish to see their work published online. Congratulations also to each and every contributor who choose to publish their work in ‘Creation and Criticism’. Without their contribution this wonderful e-magazine would not be the resounding success that it truly is (if you don’t take it otherwise). Last but not least, a very special thank you to the readers of ‘Creation and Criticism’, you make the journey so worthwhile.
All the best!