Borderless

Borders were drawn through history dividing mankind into smaller more manageable divisions that could be ruled and led. Borderless is a celebration of the human spirit that soars exploring and developing links beyond all the borders that exist in today’s world. 

It is a literary journal to connect all writers and readers beyond the bonds of money, nationality, rituals and cultures… to a world of ideals. We look for any positive input — humour, poetry, prose. There are no boundaries to human imagination and thought and that is what we are set to explore…

July 14th , 2020

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Links to the pieces that will be showcased in Harbinger Asylum, Summer 2020

Stories

From A Lockdown Diary: On the Lightness of Being by Sunil Sharma — Click here to read

Metropolis by Avishek Parui — Click here to read

Flash Fiction: A Curse by San Lin Tun — Click here to read

Musings

Write in the way you love to write by Devraj Singh Kalsi — Click here to read

Cyclone Amphan and Lockdown by Nishi Pulugurtha — Click here to read

Essays

One Life, One Love, 300 Children by Keith Lyons — Click here to read

Cavorting with Camus and the Myth of Sisyphus by Rakhi Dalal — Click here to read

Poetry

Lockdown Blues by Gopal Lahiri — Click here to read

Walking by Sutanuka Ghosh Roy — Click here to read

Following the White Griffin’s Trail by Stefan Markovski — Click here to read

We All Can’t Breathe by Mutiu Olawiyu — Click here to read

Birds Cry by Melissa Chappell — Click here to read

promising darkness by Dustin Pickering — Click here to read

PLEASE NOTE: ARTICLES CAN ONLY BE REPRODUCED IN OTHER SITES WITH DUE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT TO BORDERLESS JOURNAL. YOU CANNOT REPUBLISH WITHOUT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT.

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