Our Contributors - Writer

Shobhana Kumar

Shobhana’s first volume of poetry, ‘The Voices Never Stop’, was published by Writers Workshop, Kolkata in 2012. Her work has appeared in anthologies and national and international journals. writing

Shom Biswas

Shom Biswas is a Marketing Manager with Applied Materials in Bangalore. He is a collector of rare, first-edition sports books; and is consistently one of the best EPL fantasy football managers in the world.(http://spamsport.wordpress.com)


Shruti Parija

Shruti Parija is currently pursuing her masters in social work at Tata Institute of Social Sciences,Mumbai. She actively writes about social entrepreneurs and her work has been featured in the New Indian Express.


Shruti Rao

23-year-old Shruti Rao is a writer and poet who post-graduated in English literature from Jawaharlal Nehru University, currently working in Pune. She has been published in  various international and national literary journals like Prosopisia and The International Literary Quarterly.


Shruti Sareen

Poetry, poetry and poetry!! Gender, feminism, nature, environment, confessional poetry, love poetry, stories found in objects of everyday life.Shruti has been published in Muse India, Chay Magazine, The Little Magazine, etc.


Shyamala Rao

As a psychiatrist Shyamala celebrates her love of animals and people through writing and painting. Guest Blog writer for Art For Conservation. Link http://www.artforconservation.org


Siddhartha Choudhury

Siddhartha freelances in the advertising industry in various roles. Occasionally he writes on subjects that interest him.


Simon Jackson

Simon writes poetry, plays, films and music.  He has won 11 national and international competitions and awards for poetry, and his last collection, Fragile Cargo, included the Best Published Poem of 2011, as awarded by The Poetry Kit. Recent short films with Scottish poets and Billy Bragg have been screened by the BBC and in film festivals around the world, and his last play, Turning to the Camera, was The Guardian's Pick of the Week for Scottish theatre.
Simon lives in Edinburgh, though he is currently teaching in Cairo.


Sita Mamidipudi

Sita is a student in Delhi, India. Her fiction has been published in Rose Red Review and Helter Skelter and long-listed for the Toto Awards 2014.



Smara is an award-winning children’s writer who enjoys writing horror, romance, and similar R-rated stuff without being blacklisted. writing


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