Posts Tagged ‘writer’

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...

Kiran Manral has published several novels. She is on the planning board of the Kumaon Literary Festival, Chair of the Women Unlimited Series of the Taj Colloquium, a mentor with Sheroes, Qween and Back 2 The Front, and is an advisor on the Board of Literature Studio, Delhi. Check out her True Love stories here. It...

“When I’m writing, I know I’m doing the thing I was born to do” – Anne Sexton Have you ever, just as a passing thought, considered writing, but weren’t sure if it was meant for you? Or have you always wanted to be a writer and just need a sign to finally catapult into the world of literature? Or are you...

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...

Krishna Rao writes television shows for factual infotainment channels like The History Channel and Discovery. He is also co-founder of Katha Kids, a website that publishes stories from Indian mythology and folklore. His story, “Bovine Intervention” is the story of Kanaka the bull who gets excited when news channels...

A good crime novel (or story) with its fast pace, suspense and drama element can prove to be a saviour during many a boring flight, train journeys or even just a very lazy day. But have you ever wondered what goes into creating a thrilling crime story? Have you ever felt like you could try and step into the shoes of...

This week’s Editors Pick is Natasha Joshi’s Bhukkad. It’s a story about how a promising food tech start-up goes wrong turning friend into foe, and a programmer into a murderer. Natasha holds a degree in Economics and completed her Master’s in Psychology from Harvard University. By day, she works for Government of India...

Get your punctuation right. Know the difference between You're and Your. Some simple tips to get your writing on track.

This week the Editors’ pick from the writer’s platform was A Pregnant Pause by Paroma. The author looks forward to writing in her leisure time because it combines her passion for reading and travelling and allows her to imagine different people in familiar settings. Juggernaut did a special interview with the...

Boards may be over, but there is more to come. The worst bit: entrances decide your career!!! Yikes!