Nazran Baba, Chief Creative behind the Literartist, was among a handful of artists selected to feature in AOIS21 Publishing, LLC’s inaugural yearly literary magazine: “AOIS21 Annual.” The magazine has a wide circulation and describes itself as “a compendium of poetry, short stories, book excerpts, photography and art” that features thirteen contributors from around the world whose works … More AOIS21 Annual Literary Magazine
Will keep this real short. I honestly didn’t think I’d reach this milestone anytime soon. I also hadn’t set a timeframe for myself when I began because The Literartist bubbled from my own self-interests, particularly the need to express myself. Along the way, however, article after article, I noticed that my writing seemed to trickle … More The Literartist Hits 50,000 Views!
Life is just weird. Not in a bad way, just that it is. This is an unusual post penned by moi. It is random, alien, and deviant, relative to the rest of my works. I know my opening sentence isn’t monumentally mind blowing, but neither is life. Especially not life. Now I sound depressed don’t … More The Meaning of Life: A 20-Something’s 300 Word Ramble
Dear You, To celebrate the Literartist reaching 25,252 views as of today (some of you detail oriented guests might have already noticed but….) I would like to announce the site’s BRAND NEW domain name! That’s right, the literartist.blogspot.com will hence forth be now known as: http://www.literartist.com You’d think someone would have already thought of this … More The Literartist Hits 25,000 Views!
It started in my parents’ bathroom. If anything, this is my first auto-biographical entry. Sometimes I do flirt with the idea of journal entries, like releasing waves of unceasing narratives that gush into the internet, but then again, I find myself thinking against it. Who knows. One thing is decided; that is, no*thing. With college … More Harry Potter, Deathly Sweet
This is a very different blog post compared to everything you might have read thus far. It is explicit in nature and should not be read by anyone under 18 years of age, unless you have parents’ permission . Now anyone who is under 18 that actually read this is no doubt eagerly going to … More How on Earth did the FCC Not See Through Gaga’s Poker Face? My Naughty Discovery
It’s been a while hasn’t it. Firstly, it feels good to know that I’m not merely talking to myself. Google Analytics has informed me that there are strange people visiting this site (one of them is actually from Turkey! Really?). Thank you for that. So, the other day I got back pretty late from college … More If Facebook Crashed
“On leaving the island of Andaman…the traveller reaches Ceylon, which is undoubtedly the finest island of its size in all the world” – Marco Polo. Firstly, if you’re reading this, you should know where it comes from; more importantly, where I come from. One word, Sri Lanka. Fine, so that cliché didn’t work too well, … More Mapping My Roots: Genesis