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Wednesday Wisdom: The Circle of Life by Beetashok Chatterjee

So you want to be a writer?

No, that was not me guffawing, just a nasty cough…. please excuse me. Well, if I received a rupee from every person who nodded a ‘yes’ to my question, I’d be a wealthy man. 764 more words

Aspiring Authors

Monday Microscope: On using thesaurus

It’s Monday and we are back with yet another interesting question from one of our readers :

How do I improve my language? I know of many writers who use the thesaurus to use better language.

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Keemiya Team

Wednesday Wisdom : On writing by Nazish Kondkar

Writing is an exploration. You start from nothing and learn as you go. – E.L. Doctorow

Writing is a lonely and difficult work. People think writing is an easy job, but only a writer knows how difficult it is to actually write something.

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Aspiring Authors

Erotica: A rising genre in Indian Literature

Being hailed as the birthplace of Kamasutra our country has been very conventional in a lot of things. We have something known as the censor board which decides the kind of movies we can watch. 509 more words

MARGINALS in I W E

Portrayal of the Marginals in Indian Writings in English.

My Edited Book

Published in 2015.

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my short story's up on muse india

My short story ‘Sheela Makes Her Bed‘ is up on Muse India’s Jan-Feb 2018 issue. Grateful to the editor Smita for publishing it. I wrote it while doing a course on social issues and identities. 6 more words