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GUWAHATI, Nov 28 - Online English literary magazine Twist & Twain is holding a short story contest with a cash prize of Rs 25,000. Three judges from India, the United States and Trinidad & Tobago have been enrolled for the purpose, according to a press release issued here.

Launched by Rajib Das in August 2018 with active support from his long-time writer friend Dhruba Hazarika and designed by Jayanta Baruah, Twist & Twain has been vigorously representing emerging writers from India and abroad. Writers can write about a host of literary genres � literary fiction, fantasy, flash fiction, humour, memoirs, paranormal, horror, pulp fiction, young adult, etc.

So far the magazine has published articles, short stories, travelogues, book reviews and even screenplays. �We are now also looking for translation works,� said Das.

�Earlier, the very first translated story published was a piece submitted by an author from Iran, followed by another from Italy. Now we�ve published two translated stories written originally in the Assamese language and hope to bring out more,� Das added. Interested participants for the short story competition can log in to www. twistandtwain.com.

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Short story contest by online magazine

GUWAHATI, Nov 28 - Online English literary magazine Twist & Twain is holding a short story contest with a cash prize of Rs 25,000. Three judges from India, the United States and Trinidad & Tobago have been enrolled for the purpose, according to a press release issued here.

Launched by Rajib Das in August 2018 with active support from his long-time writer friend Dhruba Hazarika and designed by Jayanta Baruah, Twist & Twain has been vigorously representing emerging writers from India and abroad. Writers can write about a host of literary genres � literary fiction, fantasy, flash fiction, humour, memoirs, paranormal, horror, pulp fiction, young adult, etc.

So far the magazine has published articles, short stories, travelogues, book reviews and even screenplays. �We are now also looking for translation works,� said Das.

�Earlier, the very first translated story published was a piece submitted by an author from Iran, followed by another from Italy. Now we�ve published two translated stories written originally in the Assamese language and hope to bring out more,� Das added. Interested participants for the short story competition can log in to www. twistandtwain.com.

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