As a reader, I loved the varied fare, the stories, poetry, essays of volumes 1 and 2... As an aspiring and learning writer, I got a lot of ideas and inspiration and learned different techniques and styles. Thanks for the concept and keep up the good work!
This is a perfect magazine for my train commute every day. Pleasantly told and wonderfully laid out, your magazine comes as a relief to short story lovers.
Got the second issue of Reading Hour and spent Sunday afternoon going through it... Needless to say, it did not disappoint and lived up to the expectation that it generated with the first issue.
...a nice bookshop in Koramangala called Bookstop revived my interest in Indian writing and on my last visit there, I found Reading Hour. I was glad to see that there is an Indian magazine of this kind, which gives a platform to both readers and writers to celebrate the writing art...
I really liked the magazine, actually I don't remember when I read short stories last. This was a good change from my regular reading.
Just one volume is out. But issue was promising. Barring one story, all short stories had beautiful twists and ends.
'Reading Hour' makes for wonderful reading... I am reading it slowly - one at a time - to capture the flavour and mull over the essence of each piece. Abha Iyengar's 'Haircut Sunday' is oh-so-funny!
Reading Hour was a refreshing read. Not just because it contained diverse writing spread over various genres but also because a lot of the writing comes from non-professional part-time writers. Yet, the quality of the writing is very good, and thankfully the articles are not too long!
I happened to go through a copy of "Reading Hour" and was really impressed! I have recently subscribed to the magazine, so that I get every copy at my home. I wish to congratulate the entire team for this wonderful endeavour.
I recently picked up an issue of Reading Hour in Delhi and was mesmerized by the array of talent you published in the issue. The poetry selections were especially enjoyable.