Litro Magazine is a fully fledged literary & creative arts platfrom, that champions emerging international writers whilst celebrating the established. Over the years we have helped kick start the literary journeys of several writers to acclaim, such as Richard House, 2013 Manbooker longlist, Nikesh Shukla, Eleanor Catton, 2013 Manbooker winner, Stuart Evers, Clare Wigfall, Naomi Alderman, Lucie Whitehouse, Louise Stern, Sara Maitland and many more- publishing the likes of Irvine Welsh, Benjamin Zephaniah, William Dalrymple, Abraham Verghese, Shashi Tharoor and many more….
Fiction should be enduring, not disposable, and as such Litro in print, is specially designed to fit in your pocket or bag we think of it as a small book of escapism.
In this issue: Art across the globe is being influenced more and more by technology; or is it that we are now catching up with those artists who have used technology in their work for many years. For many artists & writers however the pace of technological change is daunting, even overwhelming, and this form a barrier to innovation, but creatives continue to find remarkable and illuminating ways to engage with new technology, and that’s what this issue of Litro is here to celebrate through short stories, essays, poetry and the visual arts.