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Agnishatdal Falgun 1426, February 2020 critique by editor Sharmishtha Basu

Agnishatdal Falgun 1426
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Critique by SB

Agnishatdal Falgun 1426, February 2020
Agnishatdal Magh 1426, January 2020

By your good old editor! Few words about the works of my much cherished authors. So the critiques will be honest, short and sweet!

Rituraj by Labanya: A beautiful poem celebrating spring- the festival of love, youth and colours!

The great Indian nautanki by saptarchi: The farce goes on and on for sure, one wonders when Indian public will grow up, wake up and utilize their rights to create a better country!

Masai by Brieuc Martin Onraet: Brian’s photographs and his writing both are amazing, usually one shines at one side! He is one amazing author with magic fingers when it comes to photography!

Vikrama aur betala by Raghunandan Kuppuswamy: Don’t remember this story, so I will be waiting for the next issue quite eagerly. Human beings and their almost always coveting what their neighbours have!

The Meera by Troy David Loy: Troy is an amazing author when it comes to sci-fi and after Saru this is the next character I can swear he is enjoying writing! Let us see what Meera has to show in future!

Kungfu breath by Dom Collucci: When it comes to poems about nature no one can beat soulbro. I just love and adore his poems revolving around nature. He turns them into magic.

Bitter Pill dose 28 by Bitter Pill: politics 3: How communists destroyed the crown jewel of India!

Clippings by Freya Pickard: Another fascinating newsletter. Freya has changed the style of her newsletters, so this section will stop soon.

The shearer by Pat Ritters: New Story! Now, waking up in jail without remembering why is certainly a living nightmare! That too in that stinky one! Well, waiting to read what caused the imprisonment!

Both feet gounded by Citizen Null: Well, repeated a post by Citizen Null, politicians are so alike all over the world are not they? One should show them their right place!

I believe that will be it for my critique as an editor, you will have to read the rest in Ezine. Of course there is truckloads of more works there!