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Literary Yard is an e-journal that aims at widening literary horizons by identifying and featuring the best literary works awaiting publication. The idea is to tender budding as well as established authors a constructive platform which helps them to reach out to a mass audience. An ever-increasing repository of quality, critical articles, poems, short fiction, literary essays and reviews, Literary Yard has won recognition and honors from reputed platforms. Recently Literary Yard has been ranked among the top 100 best Literary blogs on the planet.
From New York
2021-06-12 12:04
By: Patrick Tong after Katherine Liu Central Park is towerless and trailing today, tourists tangling together onto a cul-de-sac lawn. From afar, I steepen my gaze towards the ground, wonder… Read More
2021-06-12 11:57
By: David Leonard “I’m telling you this bitch will blow us both,” Devon told his buddy Tommy just before huffing one of two lines of coke he’d just finished meticulou… Read More
2021-06-12 11:51
By Harrison Abbott He didn’t seem like a degenerate when I married him. He used to be sweet and funny. We tried to have a baby; I couldn’t conceive, and I think […] Read More
2021-06-07 09:40
By: William Teets Man, listen. You can petition the Lord with prayer, but that’s not going to change anything. And deep inside Joey knows that, even if she doesn’t admit it. She… Read More
2021-06-06 12:16
By: Amrita Valan Himadri squeezed out a cup of lemon juice. Carefully crushing two tablespoons of fennel to a fine soft powder. When the chicken had finished cooking in its own juices, [&hel&hell…Read More
2021-06-06 12:10
By: Nathan Leslie He’s that weird kid. He’s that kid who smells like moss. He’s that kid who dangles chicken necks off the dock for hours at a time. Nobody knows that [&hel&hell…Read More
2021-06-06 12:05
By: Edith Gallagher Boyd             After my friends left, I peeked into Sophie’s room while she lay sleeping. Megan had baked c… Read More

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