Litterateur Redefining World began its operation and published its first edition on August 2020 with K M Anthru as Managing Editor, Shajil Anthru as Honorary Chief Editor, and K M Santhosh Kumar as Executive Editor. We aimed at the lone magazine to introduce the most talented and gifted creative gems from literature, arts, music, culture and entertainment, with no Special Editions since we considered every edition as special.
Inspired by K M Anthru, a passionate writer of stories and literary essays who published many works in Malayalam and English, Litterateur Redefining World began its operation as a web magazine, truly international and unfolding a world, unseen and untold. K M Anthru was born on April 2, 1937. He started his literary career at 17. Though publications were a few during that time, his works found space in many of the periodicals and magazines. He started publishing books, mainly Malayalam Short stories and literary essays…
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K M Anthru International Literature Prize 2022 has been announced
K M Anthru International Literature Prize 2022 to California, Italy and Tehran Ivan Arguellis from the United States for his overall contribution to world literature, Antonino Contiliano from Italy for his contribution in redefining world literature, and Rosa Jamali...
News: Shajil Anthru, the international writer, is honored with Phd in Literature
Asia Book of Records – Shortest love story
Shajil Anthru of #Kerala, #India, set a record for authoring the shortest #lovestory. The book ‘Ey…Chu’ comprises two love stories and sixteen chapters wherein the only chapter of the second story is the shortest with merely 4 lines and 3 words. The #book is published...
KM Anthru International Literary Award for Jack Foley
KOCHI: Author and noted critic Jack Foley, based in San Fransico, has been chosen for the first-ever K M Anthru International Literary Award instituted in the fond memory of the late K M Anthru who passed away last year.
കെ എം അന്ത്രു- മലയാള സാഹിത്യത്തിലെ നിശബ്ദ സാന്നിദ്ധ്യം
The record for authoring the shortest love story was set by Shajil Anthru (born on January 27, 1968) of Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. The book Ey….Chu comprises two love stories and sixteen chapters wherein the only chapter of the second story is the shortest with merely 4 lines and 4 words. The book is published by Xpress Publishing (an imprint of Notion Press and bears ISBN 978-1-64760-189-8), as confirmed on January 18, 2020.