Plethora the online Blogazine is seeking submission for poetry, prose, short stories, articles and more. The theme is love and romance and those who have interest or inclination in writing towards passionate and romantic genre then kindly submit your proposal to monalisajoshi@outlook.com. The best of each shall be featured on the Blogazine every month and the copyright stays with the author/writer. The submission guidelines are given below please read them carefully before submitting your work.

  1. Send only one short story (7000 words maximum) and one poem of any length and style, keeping the theme and purpose of the Blogazine in mind.
  2. For Prose or Articles (2000 to 2500) is the word limit but the theme should be again kept in mind.
  3. Use Times New Roman Font, size 12 point standard and double spaced with clear mentioning of the name of the Author.
  4. Email submissions are accepted on the above given email id, kindly send in your original work with “Plethora Submission” in the subject line. Send one mail for a short story and separate for poem. For articles or prose the same rule implies.
  5. Do not send obscene literature. Before sending kindly read the ‘About’ page of what this Blogazine is about and then send in your entries.
  6. Entries that do not comply with the rules or don’t fit into the theme provided shall not be accepted. Plethora also would not be responsible for any loss of material and neither will it give any feedback or reasons about the same.
  7. Kindly send in your original and unpublished work and if using references or quotes of other writer or author then do mention the source.
  8. A short Author-Bio along with your photo must be sent along through attachment.

Plethora is looking forward to read your work. All international and national entries are accepted; however Plethora is willing to receive much work from Asian Diaspora.


Editor-in- Chief

Monalisa Joshi


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About Plethora

                                            What Plethora is about?


Plethora is the candid expression of the most intense and passionate innermost desires and feelings in abundance. It is an endeavour to fracture the shells of coyness and bring out in upfront the true feelings of human emotions through verses, prose and stories that shall touch the deeper core of your’s making you want to read more. Plethora does not depict any pessimistic thought about feminism but it does speak and express gallantly about the female desires, her feelings and emotions that often remains confined within the four walls of her existence. Plethora also reflects the aura of Indian womanhood and feminine energy that dwells in her presence through her diversified roles within this universe.

Yet however, Plethora is not solely about female desires or her innermost feelings; it vividly reflects the importance of her opposite in her journey and also depicts the beauty they create together in their purposeful existence as each other’s soul mate or lovers.

If we go back in time, and turn the pages of history or read from the literature of the early eighteenth century or even before that then we shall see, there have been myriad poets who have portrayed the beauty of man and woman’s earthly relationship into their verses and poems. And as amorous it could be the truth is undeniable that even the ‘Gods’ made love, thus this human emotion or aphrodisiac impulse has been nonetheless passed on to us from the heavens.  Plethora therefore defiantly depicts the same divine sacrament of man woman liaison as well as the eternal love between the two.

‘God’ the omnipresent artist upon the earth, has created the human body such that it looks most beautiful when joyous and when in love. Thus, Plethora speaks of that pious, buoyant and corporeal love through verses, prose, short stories and much more with utmost sobriety and grace. Therefore this Blogazine is dedicated to give shape to myriad unspoken, unheard love and romance tales from across India and across the globe through its literary voyage.

But most significantly, Plethora is an attempt to keep alive the lineage that our mothers and their mothers have passed on to us. It aims to take that  lineage forward on the shoulders of many women writers and poets as a responsibility to keep that aura of Indian womanhood alive. Plethora therefore would celebrate Indian womanhood in its every step and will share the journey of those many women through their candid writings and poems.



Editor-in- Chief : Monalisa Joshi

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