Our Contributors - Writer

Paroma Chakravarty

Paroma is an economics student who lives with her dad and aspires to someday write a story she would be proud to see published.

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Parvathi Ramkumar

Parvathi is a freelance writer based in Bangalore, and writes regularly for the New Indian Express, the Hindu and Deccan Herald. She writes articles, fiction, and poetry.

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Paul McGranahan

Paul is a writer based in Dublin. He has published nature and travel based articles.

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Paulami Sengupta

Paulami Sengupta has contributed poems/translations to magazines like Muse India, Indian Literature, Kritya and Baundule. She currently works with a publishing house in Delhi.

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Payal Dhar

Payal is an author, freelance writer and Assistant Editor, GEO. She has written four books (Satin: A Stich in Time is the latest), many short stories and numerous articles on technology, books and other subjects.

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Percy Bharucha

Percy is a Young India Fellow. When not writing he has a full time job in advertising and hopes to keep it. writing

Pooja Ohri Gandhi

Having always been an avid reader, Pooja channels her creativity into fiction that speaks to the Indian heart and soul. 

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Prathiba Wilson

Prathiba Wilson took to writing to funnel her wandering thoughts into a creative pursuit. Her native is a small village near Kanyakumari, currently settled in Chennai, India. Her previous works have appeared  in IndianRuminations , Morco Polo Arts, Kalyani , Full of Crow, The Hindu , Kalyani literary magazines.

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Pritha Mondal

Pritha started writing at 7 and continues doing so till date. She attends Emory University in Atlanta, and will hopefully major in English or Art. She hopes to pursue a law degree post graduation.

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Priya Anand

Priya Anand is a Bangalore based writer who works to empower rural women from disadvantaged and vulnerable communities in India. Some of her work has been published in Spark, Bangalore Mag and Bangalore Review. She is a community member of the Bangalore Writers Workshop, a platform that enables emerging writers to read, critique and learn from each other's work.

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