Out of Print in print!
A decade ago, in 2010, Indira Chandrasekhar set up Out of Print to address a need she felt as a writer: a focused platform for the short story; a space for robust editorial discussions as well as one that would serve as a platform for discoveries?of newer facets of the form itself and of new writing. This commemorative volume hopes to capture something of that adventure. It is, thus, not a ?best of? volume, but one that speaks to the spirit of the magazine: its diversity of literary voices, its openness to experimentation, its focus on Indian-language publishing and its stand against mediocrity. Most crucially, of course, this is an ode to the short-story form, its ?art of brevity and honesty?.