Monday, March 10, 2008

Urban Voice III seeks contributions, subscription, advertisements

Urban Voice, a literary magazine that we had launched last year, is coming out with its third issue next month. The focus of this issue would be, simply: Bombay.

The issue would contain new writings (fiction, non-fiction, poetry, cartoons, plays, graphic novel) on Bombay: capturing the city's essence and vibrancy at a time when the city has become one of the few most happening places in the world -- socially, economically, culturally...
This is apart from a book review section that encompasses and analyses the best books that have appeared recently across the world; the reviewers belong to the best in the profession.
We would appreciate if you help us by supporting us by advertising in our magazine (the rates are given below) — apart from other help like subscribing to the magazine, sending books for review or sending contributions.
Have a nice day

How to Partner with Us

Back Cover (Four-Colour Printing)

For One Issue: Rs 60,000

Annual (For Four ssues): Rs 180,000

Inside Cover

For One Issue: Rs 30,000

Annual (For Four Issues): Rs 90,000

Inside Pages (Full Page)

For One Issue: Rs 15,000

Annual (For Four Issues): Rs 45,000

How to Subscribe

The investment for owning a single issue of Urban Voice is just Rs 200 (including courier charges); US $12 (including postage). And the yearly subscription for four issues will come to Rs 800 (including courier charges); US $50 (including postage charges).

It’s simple. Please make a cheque or demand draft in the name of ZZEBRA and send it to the address at the bottom of the page.

Our Contact Details

Sunil K Poolani
Publisher and Managing Editor
Frog Books
4A, Diamond House
35th Road, Linking Road
Bandra (W)
Mumbai 400050 India
Cell phone: +91-9920268020

Tel: +91-22-26050542/43/44/45
Fax: +91-22-26496713

Critical Praise for Urban Voice

Offers an interesting assortment of essays, short fiction, poetry and analyses, as well as a graphic novel and a photo feature

— The Telegraph

Provides a platform for the burgeoning mass of writing emanating from the new, changing India

Hindustan Times

In the age of glossies full of nude and semi-nude men and women, gossip, scandal and inane political analysis and predictions catering to the baser instincts of readers, Urban Voice is like a fresh morning breeze.

Oman Tribune

Absorbs the Indian literary scene in the midst of a radical transformation by creating a platform for thinkers to capture and go beyond ‘next-in-line’ trends

— Debonair

An interesting [issue]… [a] potpourri of poetry, fiction, essays and other stuff

— Uma Mahadevan-Dasgupta

The selection of authors as well as content is a treat to anyone interested in tracking the current scenario in the literary world

— Ankit Khanna, Sahara Time

Captures the changes taking place in the literary scenario across the country and the world

— The Free Press Journal

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