Our Contributors - Writer

Anita Kainthla

An English Lit. post-graduate, Anita freelances for Indian magazines with articles, fiction, poetry. Her 'Moksha and other poems' (2002) won the third prize in Indo-Asian Literature Poetry contest in 2004; in 2005 her biography of Baba Amte was published, she is now busy with a book on Tibet and Buddhism.


Mar-Apr 2011 Anitha Murthy

Anitha Murthy (www.thoughtraker.com) is a software consultant by profession and lives in Bangalore. She loves to write whenever inspiration strikes her, and has been published both in print and online, in various genres.


Anjali Bhatia

Anjali, a freelance writer, is a Lecturer by profession. Her articles on the arts, culture and environmental issues have been published in newspapers, and her debut novel is set for publication this year.


Anjana Krishnamurthy

Anjana is a student in Bangalore and has been writing ever since she can remember.


Ankush Banerjee

Ankush is a mental health professional. His first collection of poetry, An Essence of Eternity (Sahitya Akademi, Delhi) is to be published later this year. writing

Anoop Mohan

Anoop is a Marine Technologist trained at IIT Madras and TU Delft, the Netherlands.An avid reader of fiction and an ardent lover of cinema, he is currently based in the Netherlands.


Anu Kumar

Anu lives in Singapore and has written for young adults as well as older readers. Her stories have been awarded by the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association in 2004 and 2010. Her next novel 'It Takes a Murder' is due early next year from Hachette India.


Anubha Yadav

Anubha is a writer, academic, and film-maker based in New Delhi. She teaches media studies at Delhi University. Work has appeared in Out of Print, International Screenwriting Journal, Epic India, Pitara.com, Indian Express, Hindustan Times and Times of India. Her short story was short listed for Inner Voices- an anthology of short stories (Mirage Publishers- 2009). Other work in progress includes a screenplay, a short story collection, and a non-fiction book on women screenwriters of India. 


Anusha Jaishankar

Anusha Jaishankar is an engineer who loves to read, write, sing , ponder and mother her two young ones.


Aravind Jayan

Aravind Jayan is a student of journalism at the Symbiosis International University. His work has appeared in The Hindu, Teheka, Pune Diaries, Young World and Betweenthelines.



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