Bengaluru Review is an online magazine dedicated to art and its many expressions. Started as a joint collaboration by Abhivyakti and Atta Galatta, the magazine is run completely on submission basis.

We publish reviews of books, poetry, plays, exhibitions, events, art festivals, films, TV series, and documentaries every month. We also have a section dedicated to bhasha, where reviews written in Indian vernacular languages are encouraged. Besides reviews, we also publish in-depth essays, interviews, and photo stories, and run our own podcast channel.

Bengaluru Review also conducts workshops every month, details of which can be found on our Facebook Page.

Our Team

Sourav Roy

Sourav Roy is the Founding Editor of Bengaluru Review. He is a bilingual writer, poet, journalist, and translator. He is a visiting faculty at Azim Premji University and NIFT Bengaluru, where he teaches poetry and creative writing. He is also a core member of ‘Anjuman‘, a literary club that promotes Hindi-Urdu literature in Bengaluru. A blogger since 2010, Sourav has worked as an Editor at YourStory in the past, where he wrote exhaustively about India’s social sector. His published work includes Yayavar (Collection of poems) Karnakavita (Editor: Anthology of Hindi-Urdu poetry from Bengaluru), Teen Natak by Abhishek Majumdar (Editor), and Soho Mein Marx (Translator: 3 Plays by Howard Zinn).

Email : sourav894@gmail.com

Tuhin Bhowal

Co-editor of Bengaluru Review, Tuhin Bhowal is a former fiction writer at Madcue, Tuhin is also the Content Curator of Verse of Silence, and Poetry Reader for Sonic Boom Journal. Some of his poems and translations have appeared and are forthcoming in anthologies and journals namely City 7, Mutiny! Magazine, and elsewhere. He’s currently working towards setting up his dream project, a close-reading pedagogical literary society. An engineer by profession, Tuhin lives alone in Bengaluru, India.

Email : tuhin.bhowal.2095@gmail.com

Sonali Bhatia

Sonali Bhatia heads Community Initiatives at Bengaluru Review. She gave up a career as an advertising copywriter to follow her passion – bringing children and books together. She has worked as a librarian at a leading school in Bengaluru, and since 1997, has been conducting workshops for children and adults in various literary topics, like reading enrichment, drama, public speaking and creative writing. Sonali is a Harry Potter enthusiast, and is interested in unconventional methods of education and has written on these subjects, for Deccan Herald, Teacher Plus magazine, and Oxford University Press.

Email : sonalibibliofilo@gmail.com

Darsana Mohan

Darsana Mohan is a writer, poet and reader from Kochi. She is currently living in Bangalore and has been involved in the city’s varied book and poetry communities. She reads anything that comes her way and has been reviewing books since her childhood. She actively chronicles her reading on Instagram at @darshbob

Email : darsana.mohan.11@gmail.com

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