Our Contributors - Writer

M V Swaroop

Swaroop is a lawyer by day and Carnatic flautist in the early morning. He has written for several dailies, the Sruti magazine and other publications. writing

M. Nazir Ali

Nazir's interest is poetry, and current trends in literary theory politics and fiction. He works as an Associate Professor of English in Tagore Arts College Puducherry.


Madhulika Liddle

Madhulika lives in Delhi and is the author of The Englishman's Cameo. Her short stories have won several awards including the 2003 Commonwealth Short Story Competition.


Makarand Sahasrabuddhe

Makarand is a social development professional with 2 decades of experience in South & Central Asia; currently based in Nairobi, Kenya. He has written for the Times of India, Maharashtra Herald, Sakal Times, LokSatta, Maharashtra Times, Saptahik Sakal, IIM Ahmedabad Alumnus.


Malclm Carvalho

Malcolm is a writer and software engineer in no particular order. He writes poetry and fiction, and is working on his second book while awaiting a publisher for his first.


Malini Seshadri

Malini is a freelance writer and editor. she has authored a chidren's book and co-authored value education textbooks. She is a former columnist based in Chennai.


Manisha Vinay Bhandari

Manisha is an MCom. student, preparing for various MBA examinations. She loves writing, calligraphy and volunteering for Art Of Living.


Manjushree Hegde

Manjushree reads a lot, and firmly believes in the transformative, explanatory and healing power of a good story. She enjoys writing also, and is currently undertaking a writer’s course to hone her skills.  


Manoj Kewalramani

Manoj is a journalist/author based in Mumbai. His latest book, Fairy Tales: Love, Hate and Hubris, is a poetic retelling of classic fairy tales from the antagonists’ perspective.


Mayura Mohta

Mayura is a Nutrition & Fitness Consultant based in Singapore. A microbiologist by profession, her passion for health and fitness prompted her to start a social enterprise-Healthfriend which promotes wellness in the local community through seminars and workshops. The profits from these are sent to charities that support malnourished children.



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