Posts Tagged ‘short stories’

Pratishtha Singh is a lecturer of Italian language and literature in the Delhi University. She is an author and a poet. She’s in the process of finishing her doctoral thesis on the representation of Mussolini in Contemporary Italian literature. Her short story, The Cobra Certificate is the story of Jerry and Yudi, twin...

Behind me, Cleopatra was meowing louder with every passing second. Without turning back, I reached for the canister of cat food in the cupboard above the coffee machine. I cupped some in my hand and splattered it on the floor. I couldn’t be bothered to reach for her favourite green bowl. Instead of going at her...

We have received an astounding number of original and imaginative fiction entries for every Juggernaut writing contest. It is no surprise that the Juggernaut Writing Platform, a unique experiment launched this May to bring good writing to us, has been a similar experience. The Writing Platform allows you to publish...

‘Mrinalini Gets Married’ by Sahana Ahmed was the Editor's Pick of the Week. Read the interview to know more about her work and experience.

Umme Kulsum is an 18-year-old student who started writing at the age of 15. Her short story As The Sun Set is our Editor’s Pick of the Week. Most children start by reading fairytales, but Umme started with the Nancy Drew notebooks. On Wattpad, her books have been read more than 450,000 times, and her stories on Tap...

We’re busy running from home to the office and then to the gym (on a good day), our only constant being the smartphone that we carry with us wherever we go. How can you squeeze in those 15 minutes of reading time? We’ve got you covered. Just download the app and get ready to read while on your way to anywhere: Reading...

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

Time in an endless loop. The birds. And your own damn car. These micro-horror stories will keep you up all night.