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'''Prakalpana Literature''' is a bilingual [[zine]] by Vattacharja Chandan.
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'''PrakalpanA LiteraturE''' is a bilingual [[zine]] by [[Vattacharja Chandan.]]
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"Prakalpana" is a new form of literature and art composed of: P for Prose, Poetry, graPhics + R for for stoRy + A for Art, chetAnAvyAs, essAy + K for Kinema + L for noveL, cuLture, pLay + N for soNg. The word 'prakalpana' means proper imagination.  
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This new form of literature and art named 'Prakalpana' emerged out of the last half of the last century for the third millennium, (apart from the so long known forms of literature like the various kinds of poetry, story, essay, play, novel &c), which shapes up commixing prose + poetry + drama + essay + visuals like signs, symbols, photos and various artforms & platforms that the respective independent writer finds suitable to utilize beautifully, to beautize the different parts in a piece of writing, shading all the cliche taboos, inhibitions and restrictions.
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"Prakalpana" is a new form of literature and art composed of: P for Prose, Poetry, graPhics + R for for stoRy + A for Art, essAy + K for Kinema + L for noveL, cuLture, pLay + N for soNg, as derived by Vattacharja Chandan. The word 'prakalpana' means proper imagination.  
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In these 2 on going bilingual ( Bangla - English ) zines: [[kOBISENA]] and PrakalpanA SahityA / PrakalpanA LiteraturE, apart from Prakalpana, the editors publish a new kind of poetry, namely  "Sarbangin Poetry", which uses both text + visuals like signs, symbols, photos and any other artforms and platforms which the poet might need to aptly express her/his idea. The zines do not consider simply any design pattern structure or picture as poetry until and unless it is supported by abstract text and texture in a new rhythm which is not free verse as used in prevailing mainstream poetry, but is a blending of rhyming + unrhyming as of the natural flow of life in concord and discord.
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HISTORY
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This new form of literature and art named 'Prakalpana' emerged out of the last half of the last century, (apart from the so long known forms of literature like the various kinds of poetry, story, essay, play, novel &c), and shapes co-mixed prose + poetry + drama + essay + visuals like signs, symbols, photos and various artforms & platforms that the respective independent writer finds suitable to utilize, to beautify and expand the different parts in a piece of writing, ripping off all the cliche taboos, inhibitions and restrictions.
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Prakalpana Movement in literature dates back to 1969 when Vattacharja Chandan along with Dilip Gupta and Asish Deb started this movement in Kolkata, India with the launch of their initial magazine ''Swatotsar.''
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In these two on-going bilingual ( Bangla - English ) zines, [[KOBISENA|kOBISENa]] and PrakalpanA SahityA / PrakalpanA LiteraturE, apart from Prakalpana, is published a new kind of poetry, namely  "Sarbangin Poetry", which uses both text + visuals like signs, symbols, photos, and so on, which the poet might need to aptly express her/his idea.  These zines do not consider simply any design pattern structure or picture as poetry until and unless it is supported by accessible abstract text and texture in a new rhythm which is not free verse as used in prevailing mainstream poetry, but is a blending of rhyming + unrhyming as of the natural flow of life in concord and discord.
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Since then this movement, so far upto this 39th year of its existence, has sporadically published 20 issues of ''Swatotsar,''43 issues of kOBISENa and 22 issues of PrakalpanA SahityA / PrakalpanA LiteraturE.
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In addition to Prakalpana and Sarbangin Poetry, submissions of new kind of experimental & avant garde poetry and [[Mail Art|Mail artwork]] from around the world are also invited for publication in these zines.  
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Alternative creative literary and artistic books  and zines may also be sent here for review; and PrakalpanA LiteraturE has itself been reviewed by [[Factsheet Five]], Scavengers Newsletter, NHI Review Online, [[Fanzine Fanatique]] etc.
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===PRAKALPANA LITFEST===
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Zines from India]] [[Category:2000's publications]] [[Category:Literary Zines]]
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The past years of the PrakalpanA MovemenT has been literally and literary eventful by its launching of countless literary indoor and outdoor meets, seminars & readings. This time also on the Prakalpana day, the 6th September 2009, the '''PrakalpanA LitfesT''' will be held in Kolkata, India.
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To know more about the participation in the Event from anywhere, check out the [[PrakalpanA LitfesT]] page.
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===HISTORY===
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Prakalpana Movement in literature dates back to 1969 when Vattacharja Chandan along with Dilip Gupta and Asish Deb started this movement in Kolkata, India with the launch of their initial magazine ''SwatotsaR.''
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Since then this movement, so far has sporadically published 20 issues of SwatotsaR, 44 issues of kOBISENa and 23 issues of PrakalpanA SahityA / PrakalpanA LiteraturE.
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Over the years a few of the long list of contributing writers and artists worldwide include: Dilip Gupta, Asish Deb, John Byrum, Don Webb, Ramratan Mukhopadhyay, Hugo Pontes, Nikhil Bhaumik, Geof Huth, Richard Kostelanetz, Charlene Mary-Cath Smith, Vattacharja Chandan, Sheila Murphy, John M Bennett, Boudhayan Mukhopadhyay, Susan Smith Nash, Satya Ranjan Biswas, Gerald England, Ananda Ghosh Hazra, Carla Bertola, t. winter-Damon, Syamoli Mukherjee Bhattacharjee, Jessica Manack, Saswata Shikdar, Madhab Hazra, Guy R. Beining, Laxmi Paul, Mick Cusimano, Alfred Walker, Jose Roberto Sechi, Subrata Sen, Gloria Persiani, Ray Succre, Avijit Ghose, Christian Burgaud, Amit Kashyap, David Stone....and many others.
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==External Link== 
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[http://vattacharjachandan.blogspot.com Prakalpana World]
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Zines from India]] [[Category:2000's publications]] [[Category:Literary Zines]]  [[Category:Poetry Zines]]
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Current revision

PrakalpanA LiteraturE is a bilingual zine by Vattacharja Chandan.

"Prakalpana" is a new form of literature and art composed of: P for Prose, Poetry, graPhics + R for for stoRy + A for Art, essAy + K for Kinema + L for noveL, cuLture, pLay + N for soNg, as derived by Vattacharja Chandan. The word 'prakalpana' means proper imagination.

This new form of literature and art named 'Prakalpana' emerged out of the last half of the last century, (apart from the so long known forms of literature like the various kinds of poetry, story, essay, play, novel &c), and shapes co-mixed prose + poetry + drama + essay + visuals like signs, symbols, photos and various artforms & platforms that the respective independent writer finds suitable to utilize, to beautify and expand the different parts in a piece of writing, ripping off all the cliche taboos, inhibitions and restrictions.

In these two on-going bilingual ( Bangla - English ) zines, kOBISENa and PrakalpanA SahityA / PrakalpanA LiteraturE, apart from Prakalpana, is published a new kind of poetry, namely "Sarbangin Poetry", which uses both text + visuals like signs, symbols, photos, and so on, which the poet might need to aptly express her/his idea. These zines do not consider simply any design pattern structure or picture as poetry until and unless it is supported by accessible abstract text and texture in a new rhythm which is not free verse as used in prevailing mainstream poetry, but is a blending of rhyming + unrhyming as of the natural flow of life in concord and discord. In addition to Prakalpana and Sarbangin Poetry, submissions of new kind of experimental & avant garde poetry and Mail artwork from around the world are also invited for publication in these zines.

Alternative creative literary and artistic books and zines may also be sent here for review; and PrakalpanA LiteraturE has itself been reviewed by Factsheet Five, Scavengers Newsletter, NHI Review Online, Fanzine Fanatique etc.


PRAKALPANA LITFEST

The past years of the PrakalpanA MovemenT has been literally and literary eventful by its launching of countless literary indoor and outdoor meets, seminars & readings. This time also on the Prakalpana day, the 6th September 2009, the PrakalpanA LitfesT will be held in Kolkata, India.

To know more about the participation in the Event from anywhere, check out the PrakalpanA LitfesT page.


HISTORY

Prakalpana Movement in literature dates back to 1969 when Vattacharja Chandan along with Dilip Gupta and Asish Deb started this movement in Kolkata, India with the launch of their initial magazine SwatotsaR. Since then this movement, so far has sporadically published 20 issues of SwatotsaR, 44 issues of kOBISENa and 23 issues of PrakalpanA SahityA / PrakalpanA LiteraturE.

Over the years a few of the long list of contributing writers and artists worldwide include: Dilip Gupta, Asish Deb, John Byrum, Don Webb, Ramratan Mukhopadhyay, Hugo Pontes, Nikhil Bhaumik, Geof Huth, Richard Kostelanetz, Charlene Mary-Cath Smith, Vattacharja Chandan, Sheila Murphy, John M Bennett, Boudhayan Mukhopadhyay, Susan Smith Nash, Satya Ranjan Biswas, Gerald England, Ananda Ghosh Hazra, Carla Bertola, t. winter-Damon, Syamoli Mukherjee Bhattacharjee, Jessica Manack, Saswata Shikdar, Madhab Hazra, Guy R. Beining, Laxmi Paul, Mick Cusimano, Alfred Walker, Jose Roberto Sechi, Subrata Sen, Gloria Persiani, Ray Succre, Avijit Ghose, Christian Burgaud, Amit Kashyap, David Stone....and many others.


External Link

Prakalpana World

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