Our Contributors - Writer

Sandhya Sayani

Sandhya Sayani is an ex-IT professional, a history buff, a mother, a wannabe writer who one day wants to grow up and be Chetan Bhagat.  Or Neeta Ambani and own a cricket team because she loves cricket and cricketers, specifically MS Dhoni.

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Sarah Rand

Sarah Rand is a psychiatrist practising in the US. Poetry offers freedom from the 'realism' of her profession and allows her imagination to soar.

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Saranyan B V

Saranyan lives in Mumbai. He came into the realm of Literature bu mistake but loves to dwell here... he has published two stories Gold Onions and Mirror of Karma in Tellyoustory.com.

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Sasan Bazgir

Sasan from Iran is doing his PhD in English Literature at Pune University. He has published Persian and English poetry.

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Shafeeq Valanchery

Shafeeq is a PhD scholar at EFLU Hyderabad. He is an active blogger.

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Sharada M

Sharada is a veterinary graduate working out of Mumbai who indulges a creative streak in her free time.

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Sharath Komarraju

Sharath is an 'IT Guy' based in Auckland, New Zealand. He writes fiction after hours. Amaryllis (an imprint of Manjul) is bringing out his first two novels over the next year or so, by which time he hopes to have something more to peddle. He has published in Pratilipi.

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Sharvani H S

Sharvani is a student from Bangalore with a decided passion for literature, constantly hoping to better herself in all aspects of her character.

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Shashank Tripathi

Shashank Tripathi is a farmer and is professionally trained in art of film-
making. He is an independent film-maker.

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Sheela Indra

Sheela Indra has been writing short stories in Hindi since the fifties and has a wide readership. She also wrote plays for Akaashvani. She has written for Hindi magazines like Dharmayug, Sapatahik Hindustan, Navneet, Kahani, Kadambari, Sarita and recently in Naya Gyanodaya, Kathadesh, Navneet, Vagarth, Paakhi and Hans. Parag, Nandan and Bal Bharti have earlier published stories for children. Last year, Samayak Prakashan of New Delhi published two of her books; Ek Bada Savaal, a collection of short stories, and Kya KahuN Kya Na KahuN.

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