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Our Mission

 We strive to be the foundation for aspiring writers and inspire them to continue on their writing journeys.

Though rejection is an inevitable part of the process, our literary magazine acts as a stepping stone for emerging writers and can help them grow instead of getting severely discouraged after another form rejection.

As previously mentioned, our issues will be split up into quarterly themes, and because we are offering feedback/a publishing opportunity to every submitter, we will have a submission cap. Those who miss out in the first round will have the opportunity to subscribe to our newsletter and receive an update when submissions re-open. Check us out on our Instagram (@sonderful.writings) for updates as well!

We hope to reach national and international audiences, so please spread the word about our publication or sign up for our newsletter. We are also currently considering workshops for interested young writers. 

Our Founders

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Anshi Purohit

Anshi is a high school sophomore who has work published or forthcoming in twelve literary magazines such as the Eunoia Review, LEVITATE, and Mobius Lit. She has published two books, was a contributor for the Eleventh Hour anthology, and has been recognized by the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. She is also one of the Managing Editors for an international journal--The Teen Magazine--and an editor for a few magazines. When she’s not writing, she enjoys reading while drinking (too much) coffee and listening to music.

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Ananya Govind

Ananya is a high school sophomore who has had her writing officially recognized by Scholastic. She is the leader of a youth group focused on connecting communities through open mics that will take place in DC. She is a member of Secretariat at her high school’s Model UN club. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her friends and reading. She is a member of the Creative Portfolio program at Writopia Lab and has been writing for as long as she can remember. 

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