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Sharanya Manivannan

Sharanya Manivannan’s first book of poems, Witchcraft, was described in The Straits Times, Singapore, as “sensuous and spiritual, delicate and dangerous and as full as the moon reflected in a knife”. Sharanya has received a Lavanya Sankaran Fellowship, an Elle Fiction

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K.Srilata

A poet and fiction writer, Srilata is a Professor of English at the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, IIT Madras. Srilata was a writer-in-residence at the University of Stirling, at Sangam house and at the Yeonhui Art Space in

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Sujatha Shankar Kumar

A designer from NID, Sujatha Shankar Kumar later turned to writing and visual art after she found herself inexplicably drawn to images and storytelling. In 1995, she went for a master’s degree to The School of the Art Institute of

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Bishnu Mohapatra

Bishnu Mohapatra was born in Odisha and spent his early years in its rural hinterland. He was educated in Odisha, Delhi and Oxford. He taught in several universities including University of Delhi, Jawaharlal Nehru University, University of Kyoto and National

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DibyaJyoti Sarma

Dibyajyoti Sarma is the author of two volumes of poems, ‘Glimpses of a Personal History’ (Writer’s Workshop, Kolkata, 2004) and Pages from an Unfinished Autobiography (i write imprint, New Delhi, 2014 ) and co-editor (with Dr R Raj Rao) of

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Geralyn Pinto

Geralyn Pinto is Associate Professor and Head, Department of English at St Agnes College (Autonomous), Mangalore. She is an accomplished poet and short story writer. At the 2013 International Shakespearean Creative Writing Contest organized by the Save as Writers group,

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Subhadip Maitro

Subhadip Maitra was born in 1980 and stays at Kolkata. After finishing his Masters in Journalism from Calcutta University he joined television news media. He had worked in ABP Ananda and various Bengali news media. He had started writing poems

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Shobana Kumar

Shobhana Kumar’s first volume of poetry, ‘The Voices Never Stop,’ was published by Writers Workshop, Calcutta in 2012. Her second volume of poetry is titled, ‘*Conditions Apply’ 2014.Her work is also featured in ‘The Dance of the Peacock—An Anthology of English Poetry from

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Rochelle Potkar

Born in small-town Kalyan, Rochelle Potkar craved big city only to realize that Bombay was a small town in a large world. Her short fiction and poetry has appeared in several publications. Her first book, ‘The Arithmetic of breasts and other stories’

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Jennifer Robertson

Jennifer Robertson is an ex-banker, currently working as a CSR consultant in Mumbai. Her poems and book reviews have appeared and are forthcoming in various print and e-anthologies published by Nivasini Publishers, Poetry Chain, Poet’s Corner, The Telegraph, Raed Leaf Poetry India etc.

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