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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.
2018-02-15 13:34
By: Ana Vidosavljevi It all started when I was 7. As far as I remember, my parents were fighting and arguing all the time. They couldn’t talk normally, actually, I think […… Read More
2018-02-14 14:16
By: Dixon Hearne Warm springs draw the pilgrims forth, the bracing winds of winter at their back. Healing waters gurgling from the earth quell the worry, pacify the soul, sate […] Read More
Poem: “Transitory”
2018-02-14 14:12
By: Dixon Hearne Steel mummies rust in scattered heaps as if tossed by pitchfork— littering the desert floor, changing shape with light and shadow and imagination. Debris. History… Read More
Poem: Antres
2018-02-12 17:10
By: Lana Bella A fresco of fireflies bled sepia, mapped the night’s ration of willows suffering the rapids, threatening from some dusk, implacable shifts. Broke like lea… Read More
Poem: A Throat Circus
2018-02-12 17:00
By: Lana Bella Down she will come from among the branches and roots, feathered skirts pulled from the many birds of the meridian sea. She disciplined hands, forgetting an entire winter… Read More
Poem: Indigo
2018-02-12 16:48
By: Lana Bella Where earth was song and currents, I spread false indigo onto nights given glow of human skin, recalled to the pull of your hands in abeyance that was both […… Read More
Story: Young Republicans
2018-02-12 15:31
By Henry Simpson The receptionist called and said I had a visitor who wanted to talk to me about a business. I went to the lobby and met a large […] Read More
2018-02-11 13:59
By: Robert Bermudez teaching a classroom full of six year olds in Ecuador helped me to truly understand what it feels like to be on the other side of the immigrant […] Read More
Story: Mangalsutra
2018-02-11 13:50
By Ramprasath 1 “How much can you afford?” Agent Neel asked. His eyes fell all over Renuga. Renuga appeared gorgeous despite her simple clothing. She just wore a red cotton [&hel&hell…Read More
2018-02-09 15:20
By: Eryn King Freezing and numb, the world looked like it was beginning to fade away as darkness slowly took over my eye sight. Did I meet it–death I mean, the […] Read More

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