Cerebration, a quarterly electronic journal is calling for submissions for its forthcoming issues. Cerebration is a trans-cultural magazine operating from NJ and Delhi and attempts at bridging academic and non-academic circles; Cerebration strives to provide a space for critical discussions and creative expression across cultures and is sponsored by Drew University, NJ. The editorial advisory board consists of eminent academics, critics, journalists and filmmakers from US and India including Gayatri Chakraborty Spivak , Bapsi Sidhwa, Barkha Dutt, Subrata Sen amongst other well-renowned academics from US (www.cerebration.org/board.html ). Cerebration is currently accepting submissions in the categories of essays, fiction, columns, poetry, photography and art work. Please visit Cerebration at www.cerebration.org
Many things have gone right and many things have gone wrong during our last NABC2005. The following letter from Chitra Divakaruni exemplifies one of the things that went really wrong. We understand that managing such an event of this scale is not trivial and especially for the volunteers (I repeat, volunteers) it was indeed an arduous task to do their job and also keep their cool. However, I only hope that this letter from Chitra helps us in improving our festival, rather than turn out into a finger pointing exercise.