I'm sending a copy of the subscription form as I did not have the heart to tear this beautiful magazine... hope it's okay.
I read the November issue of Reading Hour -a well chosen and balanced assortment of writing work in a magazine that I read with pure undiluted pleasure always-Kudos to the team. The fiction article by Rumjhum Biswas was especially noteworthy.
Got the new RH! Have read only half of it as yet... but I loved Condiments by Rumjhum Biswas and The King of Dreams by Jahnavi Barua - I find a lot of soul in her writing...
Sulekha N's piece very enjoyable :)
I had to laugh out loud!
Got the new issue and again you have a very well balanced magazine that retains in its content the flavour of the earlier Reading Hours. Once again Sharath Komarraju has made a fine contribution.
...I came across Reading Hour and judging by its overall simplicity I thought it must be a bit boring for person of my age to read such a magazine. But, desperate to get something good to read, I gave it a try and came back home with the magazine. I just simply couldn't believe that I was reading something which was the exact replica of my 'dream magazine'...
I enjoyed reading Fried Ice-cream very much. It was a delicious and a sensous read!
Would love to read more in RH from Rasagya Kabra.
The poetry in this issue (Sep-Oct 2011) is amazing. Makes a good read :)
The juba article reminded me of the times i have been there.. my most enduring memory of South Sudan is driving along a road in western equatoria province to see a sign that said "Watch out Runway ahead" and it was! A road cutting across a bush runway. Sadly had no camera and anyway it was pouring buckets.
... really enjoyed the Sep-Oct 2011 issue .....just loved reading 'The Working Life', for it seemed to describe my life as well and perfectly too.....the essay on 'Temple town' was also very nice.