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Glitterati: Quill with Spark is a platform to promote art, culture and literature at the global frontlines showcasing and publishing creative efforts of artists, poets and writers beyond all ethnic and cultural divisions.


The arts and literature are essential to any thriving society hence the passion for it helps us to understand ourselves better and the world around us, making our lives more enjoyable. Simultaneously it is also important for our economy creating jobs, generating revenue, attracting tourism, de-stressing minds and enlivening hearts in the hustle-bustle of materialistic life and technological advancements. Appreciation of art and literature and expressing and exploring our creative spirits through creative tasks and habits assist in improvement of the quality of life and make us better human beings with ethics and our communities more livable, civilized and holistic.


During the pandemic years, there has been a growing recognition of the importance of the arts, culture and literature. Countries around the world are also investing more in the arts, and businesses are increasingly recognizing the value of arts and culture in their communities. As we look to the future, it is clear that arts and literature will continue to play an important role in our society being essential to our wellbeing, our economy, and our future.


The vibrant magazine Glitterati contributes to the world in new ways, to nourish and flourish creativity, to express emotions, to identify passions, to follow dreams and to connect with shared humanity. It is an effort to help all of us to build community and to provide a space for people to come together and share their experiences.

The editorial team of Glitterati works hard to build bridges between different cultures and groups of people and visualizes providing people from diverse backgrounds and experiences all awakening to their creative potential at different stages in their lives, a sense of fulfillment, joy and inspiration. Pablo Picasso says-

“Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.”

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