Fiction

It was an awesome time reading all the entries of the ‘Empire’ writing contest, and choosing is always hard, as talent is everywhere!  But after great deliberation, our judges have finally settled upon one entry which triumphed over all the others to rise as the winning entry of the contest. The winning entry...

We had a great time reading all the entries of the ‘I Got Fired’ writing contest. The entries were many and the competition was tough. However, after great deliberation our judges have finally settled upon one entry which triumphed over all the others to rise as the winning entry of the contest. The winning entry is...

जगरनॉट बुक्स के राइटिंग प्लेटफार्म पर “शशशश! कोई है” (कहानी) प्रतियोगिता में हमें अनेक कहानियां प्राप्त हुई, जिनमें शुभम...

Juggernaut Books is delighted to announce that director Rensil D’Silva has acquired the rights to Neeraj Chawla’s The Last Poisoners of 6. The story of a family of hakims from Chandni Chowk, and the secret they harbour was first published on Juggernaut’s Writing Platform. “This story is a little gem which is...

Reading all the entries sent for the kids writing contest was really fun. Short, humorous, simple, sweet, funny – in other words everything that a child would enjoy. However, the winner could only be one. Our judges have chosen Not From Mama’s Tummy by Mallika Ravikumar. Not From Mama’s Tummy by Mallika Ravikumar The...

Even though real-life journalists’ journey is different from their portrayal in movies and novels, it by no means is without risks and instances of heroism. With my novel ‘Tears for Strangers’ is about an intrepid journalist Nimisha Raste who goes to great lengths to break a murder story. While researching about...

There’s something about same-sex love. For those who know its magic, it’s liberating when books and movies celebrate it. For the others, it’s an almost voyeuristic experience – to read about feminine bodies that curve into each other, to imagine what an orgasm with another woman would be like, to be intensely...

Roopal Kewalya loves to write for children and humorous columns on sex and tries not to put them together. She is the queen of sarcasm, a trait which she says she inherited from her cool cat grandmother. She loves to talk to her son in different voices and has a strange habit of counting steps whenever she walks...

Ankit hails from Lalitpur, a sleepy little town in central India. Writing and telling short stories and poetry brings him comfort. As a Ph.D. scholar, he gets to spend a lot of time with children in government schools of India, listening to their stories and learning from them about life. At the moment, he is in...

India is in the middle of an independence movement. For women. As the country marches forward with high economic growth rates, millions of women in cities have come out of their homes. They go to colleges, universities, IITs and IIMs. They can be seen on the streets, in buses, metros, offices, malls, movie halls,...