Posts Tagged ‘aspiring writer’

Juggernaut writing platform’s editor’s pick of the week is Matryoshka, by Anand Venkateswaran A story of lost and found, within another story of lost and found, within another and another. He never quite finds himself, but he does find kindness, and an endless supply of humour. Read the story here : Anand is an...

दिल से-कहानी में ट्विस्ट के विजेता गौरव यादव  ने तकरीबन 5 सालों तक एक शोधकर्ता के तौर पर कार्य करने के बाद हाल ही में...

आपकी कहानी ‘बचपन की यादें’ को त्योहारों के आने पर, प्रतियोगिता का विजेता घोषित किया गया है, कहानी के बारे में थोड़ा विस्तार से...

Time and again, Juggernaut’s writing platform has created new opportunities and collaborations to discover the voices and writings of upcoming writers. This time, the Juggernaut writing platform has collaborated with Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival to discover one emerging writer with promising...

Juggernaut Books, in association with Yes Culture and Yes Bank, and CMYK Bookstore, organised a poetry writing workshop, with poet and writer, Akhil Katyal. This workshop was organised as an activity of Juggernaut’s writing platform, a part of the series of workshops that focus on building and encouraging young...

It was absolutely wonderful to read all the entries from in the LOL writing contest. It’s hard to pick one because talent is everywhere, but we finally managed to pick one! The winner is Kiran Gandhi for his story ‘The Lover Dilemma’. You can read his story here.   Your story is the winning entry of the contest. Please...

Aditi shifted to Delhi from Calcutta with her husband, son and dog in 1990. A dogless life is no life for her. After a hiatus of decades she is angling to unleash her writing on the unsuspecting public. Be pleasantly surprised or rudely shocked, as you may. Juggernaut had a conversation with Aditi about her story. You...

If wishes were horses, then Vidhya would love to travel through Macondo, Mahishmati, and Winterfell.  In the lazy summer holidays of yore, when time was aplenty and gazing into the meadows, a national past time, in the musty pages of an old book, she discovered her joy of reading. One day, by the seashore, she wrote...

Part 1: The App Juggernaut’s app was launched in April 2016, its print list in about July/August the same year. Two years on where have we got to? In this two part series, we present our learnings for digital and for print. First up, the app. What’s a Million Downloads Worth? Earlier this year, we hit a major...

The Juggernaut Short Story Prize is an exciting opportunity to encourage young and promising talent amongst Indian writers with a cash prize, a publishing contract and an assurance that every entry will be judged and scanned thoroughly by Juggernaut’s editors for possible commissioning. Submissions in all genres are...