Posts Tagged ‘How Writers Write’

It was mid-May. When the sun had decided to show all its grandeur and burn India to its full potential, unexpected rain one morning had made that evening even more beautiful and pleasant for Mumbaikars. It was then, while standing in his small balcony, that Armaan knew it was a special day for him. Mostly for three...

Sahil Pradhan is a student currently reading at D.A.V public school, Pokhariput, Bhubaneswar. He finds his pleasure in writing short novellas and reviews on Goodreads. He loves to write and was chosen among top 5 writers in Times lit fest writing contest. You can read his book The Forgotten Quest here. How was your...

Meenakshi Reddy Madhavan was born in Hyderabad, but grew up in New Delhi, where she currently lives with her partner and their three cats. Formerly a journalist, Madhavan’s first book You Are Here was commissioned in 2007 on the basis of her hugely popular blog Compulsive Confessions, and was the first book to speak of...

Tashan Mehta was awarded the Sangam House Writer’s Residency in 2015, and has been longlisted for the TFA prize for fiction for two years. Her writing has appeared in literary journals such as OUT OF PRINT and NOTES, an Oxbridge publication. The Liar’s Weave is her first novel. Give us the origin story of The...

In this week's #HowWritersWrite, Janice Pariat chooses between short stories or novels, and tells us about her pre-writing ritual of breakfast

#HowWritersWrite with Yamini Pustake Bhalerao, a dentist by day and a crime writer by night.

This week's #HowWritersWrite features Kiran Manral, who uses only Calibri, keeps a bare desk, and writes every day.

Sucheta Dasgupta on literary tours and why the short story is a more powerful medium in #HowWritersWrite

How Writers Write with Sutapa Basu, author of Dangle, a psychological thriller

Nandini Nayar, author of Don't Tell Your Mother, on writing about monsters and childhood