Monday, October 4, 2010

Article published in the Traveler's Notebook

I actually debated as to whether I should submit this story for publication, given that it is intensely personal. I finally did, because I do believe in subjective authenticity and my super-awesome editor, David, suggested that I write a story cycle. This is the first in a series of stories of my time in Edinburgh. 

I'm a huge fan of The Notebook myself  and was delighted when the eds posted this in their "about us" page :

Our goal over the next year is to become the go-to place for writers of all kinds to publish select travel notes and journals, and to continue to publish our unique vision for travel ‘notes’–work you wouldn’t typically find in either a literary journal or travel magazine, but which combines elements of both.

Here is my piece. Let me know what you think :)

2 comments:

Srin said...

Loved it. Says there it's one of a series? I want to read the rest. I'm really proud of you! :)

Reeti said...

Thank you Srin! Coming from you, it really means a lot to me :) Yes, there's more, but it's all stacked up in Kolkata. I didn't write this with the intention of publication, so I didn't really bring anything here with me. The rest of it is in my room at home :)Hope you're doing well!