Posts Tagged ‘short stories’

Juggernaut writing platform’s editor’s pick of the week is Rameshwar the Dhobi, by Vasudha Sahgal.   Why does a Dhobi (laundryman) suddenly feel insecure of the ever-changing billboards opposite his dhobi ghat? Will his biggest secret also help him to secure the love of his life? This is a story about Rameshwar, a...

लेखन मंच की लेखिका राशि रॉय  अपने लिखे हुए  शब्दों से समाज और विश्वभर में सकारात्मकता फैलाना चाहती हैं.राशि लघु कहानियां...

By Preethi Venugopala On the 28th of July, 2018, I conducted a creative writing workshop at Atta Galatta in association with Juggernaut books. The aim of the workshop was to give a jumpstart to writers who were keen on getting their creativity flow through short stories. It was my first time facing creative...

We had a great time reading all the stories of our ‘Relationship Status: Complicated’ writing contest. A little romance here, a little humour there – each one was special in its own way and our judges had a tough time deciding the winner. Each entry was so good! The contest was judged by Debeshi Gooptu, author of many...

April, the month of books has ended, and with the addition of 138 new titles in its catalog Juggernaut Books has kept its promise of enthralling its readers with exciting books. Just like every month, we bring you a summary of some of the most loved books of the month by our readers. Top Books of the month  Paid...

The Goat Thief is the translated short stories collection of acclaimed Tamil writer Perumal Murugan. Translated by N. Kalyan Raman, the stories are handpicked by the author himself. Receiving applaud from readers who like short stories and those who started reading short stories thanks to The Goat Thief, we bring you...

“Short stories are tiny windows into other worlds and other minds and other dreams. They are journeys you can make to the far side of the universe and still be back in time for dinner.” – Neil Gaiman Over the years, I’ve experimented with many different forms of writing but the short story has always eluded me....

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...