‘Reflections’ is an independent endeavour by Ananya Grover of Class 11, Amity International School, Noida, to establish a magazine that gives young people a platform to express themselves on things that matter to them. It is meant for and made by us, the kids.
The magazine has only one home: this website www.reflectionsmag.in where every alternate month, a new issue is published. Each issue would be based around new, exciting, and relevant themes that will inspire you to think from different perspectives and give you an opportunity to express your opinions through creative mediums of your choice: be it poetry, cartoons or even videos.
This initiative will succeed only through your active participation and sharing. You – who run a personal writing blog or keep a portfolio of all your drawings or manage online pages featuring your photography or just doodle into your notebook when class gets too boring – now have a chance to get your work and your voice out to a bigger, wider audience.
‘Reflections’ will push you, the artists, to reflect, and you, in turn, have the opportunity to make your viewers reflect.
How can I be a part of this?
Learn more about how you can submit.
Subscribe to the magazine to be the first to know when new themes and issues are released.
And most importantly, share! With whom? Anyone! Send the magazine’s link to your friends, family and teachers not only within the school community but also beyond it. This will only lead to your work receiving greater viewership.
Learn more about submitting.
WHO ‘WE’ ARE:
Ananya GroverFounder and Editor
Ananya is the person to contact regarding anything and everything related to Reflections! Besides writing, she enjoys science, calligraphy, wasting time on the internet, and learning new things.
Kushagra draws simple, stark, yet hilariously witty comics for every Reflections issue! His comics reflect the core of each theme and are an essential part of the magazine. (He's also an enigma; try finding him on any social media)
Aryaman TrivediThe Graphics Guy
Aryaman hates coaching, does way too many extra-curricular activities, and designs the beautiful banners (amongst other things) that give every issue a unique identity!
Caitanya Singh JaswalCool Dude, Reviewer
Don't take Caitanya too seriously. His brand of dry, sarcastic, and subtly crude humour makes every review he writes– be it of an anime, TV show, or video game– an entertaining read.
Rimjhim SayanaContent Writer
Rimjhim's an introvert who likes to spend time in the comfort of her dank cave(?), consuming TV shows, YouTube videos, etc. Her articles often include gifs and examples from whichever show she is currently obsessed with.