Posts Tagged ‘writers’

I wrote The Well fifteen years ago. I still feel a kind of dread when I read it today.

HOW TO SUBMIT Two sample chapters, a synopsis – that’s all we require! We’ve streamlined our submissions process so that your work can be read directly by our editors. Send an email to one of our editors below depending on the genre you’re writing in. Please send only one submission at a time to one address...

We asked  Veena Muthuraman, author of A Place of No Importance to tell us about her writing process and what influences her writing. Here’s what she had to say: Do you write everyday? When and where do you write? I’d like to write everyday and get to Trollopian levels of discipline in doing so but I come nowhere...

I needed a new idea, a new story and Goa was the answer.

A nice pair of heels. My favorite pair are my Gold or Black Giuseppe Zanottiinch high stilettos. I love to wear them with my silver sheath dress Going sky diving in San Bernardino CA was the greatest rush of my life.   Shucking Oysters and gazing at Michelangelo’s David in Florence   Savouring some moist steamed...

  Folks often imagine writers typing away in a solitary state without a care in the world. Maybe some do that — but most are at their desks at home, struggling with the same distractions that we all deal with. So we thought we’d ask our authors to share how they work in the hope that it might inspire budding writers...

Setting aside the wonderful Agatha Christie, the goddesses of British crime are Dorothy Sayers, P.D. James and Ruth Rendell.

  The writer shares his literary trends for 2016, particularly placing a lot of hope on fiction, mobile publishing and translations. When I first heard about it, I was sceptical about its chances. But in a country, where there are about 160 million smartphones in use, mobile publishing looks like an extremely...

Read what our new authors had to say about their experiences submitting to Juggernaut

  There’s a new publishing company in town, and not everyone might know just what to make of it. It’s called Juggernaut. Like the chariot and the god. It’s been started by Chiki Sarkar, former publisher at Penguin Random House India and its earlier avatar, Penguin Books India. Juggernaut, where Sarkar is...