Posts Tagged ‘writer’

The Juggernaut writing platform was launched in April 2017 to find new writing voices with one aim: that writers needn’t have to ‘know’ anyone to get published. With that aim in mind, we have commissioned several writers, launched writing competitions, partnered with literary festivals, and curated and organised writing...

Juggernaut’s Editor’s Pick of the Week is Adab, by Mandira Pattnaik. Adab is the story of a child who grows into a woman, and escapes as domestic help only to find her past casting a long shadow over her dreams. Read the story here . Mandira Pattnaik is a compulsive weaver of short stories from the mundane to the...

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

यादगार गुज़रे हुए लम्हों की कसक प्रतियोगिता के विजेता, अविनाश चंचल खांटी बिहारी हैं, हज़ारों नवयुवकों की तरह अविनाश भी रोज़ी...

Juggernaut’s Editor’s Pick of the Week is the story ‘Who is Knocking on my Door?’ A woman, through the monotony of life, has turned cynical. She no longer finds joy in life and has forgotten the person she once used to be. On her 30th birthday, four metaphysical entities come into her life. Through the course of the day,...

ये मीटू का मौसम है! बॉलीवुड के चेहरे का चमकीला नक़ाब उतर रहा है। फिल्म इंडस्ट्री के अंधेरों का सच जानने के लिए आज पढ़िए रवि...

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...

It was an awesome time reading all the entries of the ‘Junior Writes’ 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 winner is...

So you want to write a thriller? You want to make readers bite their nails, take them on a roller-coaster ride, make their heartbeat shoot through the roof? There are a few basic things to remember for anyone wanting to achieve that goal. As thriller writers, we all have our own styles, our own narrative techniques,...