|Kashmir Lit is a platform for all those interested to write about Kashmir, particularly Kashmiri and diaspora writers. Kashmir Lit aims to:
Kashmir Lit, the word ‘Lit’ should not be confused with being short for “Literature” as is used in popular parlance. It is to be read as a whole word which means “set afire or burning.”
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|Contributions are accepted on a rolling basis. Email your contributions as Word documents to firstname.lastname@example.org or you can use the contribute form of the site.
All submissions must include a brief author bio. We would appreciate if you could furnish a headline for your work as well. No more than 3 poems per submissions with bio-line. Photographs and artwork should be sent as PDF or image files. Writers retain full copyright on their work. Due to a small staff, we would prefer articles to be as error-free as possible. Thank you very much for considering KashmirLit as a place for expressing your thoughts. We highly appreciate your contributions.
Kashmir Lit is published by Kashmir Ink Collective, a small group effort which aims to garner a mainstream intellectual response on issues pertaining to Kashmir. Kashmir Lit is not affiliated with any political or non-political organization, nor does it solicit funding from anyone. A small staff of volunteers, mainly from academia, out of their passion for Kashmir, freely gives their time and expertise to run this site. Yes, such people do exist.