We are a series of accidents, to say in the least. In the words of a philosopher called Heidegger, we are thrown into this world, and we have to make the best of it. That’s how it goes. And that’s how it has always been. In short, things that were not planned happen. So it happened with the first edition of Literary Impulse. We wanted to come out with our first edition in the first week of May. But Moira (Fate, in Greek) had something else in her mind. It came too early, and with too few a number of stories. FIVE stories this time — THREE poems and TWO fantastic creative non-fiction prose. All by a funny series of accidents. We publish 10 pieces twice in one month, after a careful selection of the stories. Of course, the number of submission in the first few editions are supposed to be low. And yet, all the five pieces we got were at par our satisfaction. We made a google sheet, we asked our editors, how did we like them. And LO! we got five fantastic pieces.