Our First Anniversary Issue
by Happy Birthday Borderless Journal Mitali Chakravarty: We complete a year on March 14th, 2021. A recap of the year, thanks to our contributors across 31 countries and a fresh look at our future along with what we look for in our pieces. Click here to read.
is an American, who lives in Thailand and translates from Japanese. Click Avery Fischer Udagawa here to read more.
is a writer who pans through different cultures and continents. Click Anuradha Kumar here to read more
The Literary Fictionist
, Sunil Sharma explores relationships. Click Love Beyond Words here to read.
Orang Minyak or The Ghost
A Jessie Michael explores blind belief in a Malay village. Click here to read.
Shoes in the Forbidden Attic
Vidula Sonagra explores childhood and its exigencies. Click here to read.
Shouvik Banerjee relates an unusual story set in Kolkata. Click here to read.
Ghumi Stories: The Threat Note
Nabanita Sengupta finds crime lurking in the darkness of Ghumi woods. Click here to read.
Flash Fiction: Fat !
The fiction by Supriya Rakesh is just about that — a fun-filled relook at being Fat. Click
here to read
Musings of a Copywriter
Devraj Singh Kalsi ponders on
in a lighthearted tone. Click Creativity and Madness here to read.
Adventures of a Backpacking Granny
, Sybil Pretious recounts her first adventure on Mt Kilimanjaro. Click Where it All Began here to read.
Harvest your Patches
Aditi Jain philosophises on how the pandemic could be perceived as a patchwork quilt. Click here to read.
Moving from the Podium to the Helm
Meredith Stephens from Australia maps the impact of the start of the pandemic a year ago with the lockdowns being put in place. Click here to read more.
When West Meets East & Greatness Blooms
Debraj Mookerjee reflects on how syncretism impacts greats like Tagore,Tolstoy, Emerson, Martin Luther King Jr, Gandhi and many more. Click
here to read.
Reflections on Nobel Laureate Bunin’s ‘Un Petit Accident’
Mike Smith reflects on a short fiction by Russia’s first Nobel Laureate, Ivan Bunin. Could it be a precursor to flash fiction? Click here to read.
Beyond Ideological Borders
Anu Karippal explores the world beyond the margins drawn by ideologies. Click here to read.
Photo Essay: Birds & Us
Penny and Michael B Wilkes take us on a photographic journey with a narrative in San Diego. Click here to read.
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Sangeeta Sharma, Penny Wilkes, Shraddha Arora, Anthony Wade, Vatsala Radhakeesoon, Jared Carter, Vijayalakshmi Harish, Ken Allan Dronsfield, Ihlwha Choi, Michael R. Burch
takes us on a brilliant trip with aliens popping out of treasure chests and humour. Click Rhys Hughes here to read.
Ratnottama Sengupta transcreates three poems from Bengali. Click here to read.
Poetry by has been translated from Nepalese by Krishna Bajgai Dr. Rupak Shrestha. Click here to read
Aditya Shankar translates from Malyalam to English. Click Krispin Joseph‘s poetry here to read.
the sister of Rabindranath Tagore, was published in a magazine run by the Tagore family, in April 1887. It has been translated by Kumar Bhimsingha by Swarnakumari Devi, Chaitali Sengupta. Click here to read.
are reflections by The Magic Spell of Scheherazade’s Nights Sandhya Sinha (1928-2016) on the magic of storytelling in Arabian Nights translated by Ratnottama Sengupta. Click here to read.
, excerpted from the book of short stories. Click A Sense of Time & Other Stories by Anuradha Kumar here to read
Bidyut Chakrabarty’s Socio-political Thought of Rabindranath Tagore , published by Sage India, reviewed by Click Bhaskar Parichha. here to read.
reviewed by Suzanne Kamata’s Indigo Girl Gracy Samjetsabam , to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the 2011 Tsunami in Japan. Click here to read.
Click a collection brought out by Delhi Poetry Slam, reviewed by Sutputra Radheye’s Inqallab on the Wall, Rakhi Dalal. here to read.
features young person’s writings from Bookosmia. Click Sara’s Selections here to read this section.