Our Contributors - Writer

Dibyajyoti Sarma

Dibyajyoti trained to be a college teacher in English Literature. He is currently employed as senior copy editor with the Times of India. He writes in English and Assamese.

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Divya Bhatia

Divya began her career in advertising 8 years ago as a trainee copy writer. In her own words, "...writing has always been my true love. It’s introspective. Scribbling away with a pencil on my note pad ( I can never type a first draft) as fast as I can sorts my heart and head."

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Divya Sreedharan

Diva Sreedharan is a journalist/published short story writer and blogger, in Bangalore. She writes regularly for The Hindu Sunday Magazine and for Prevention India, a health-lifestyle magazine from the India Today group. (deviousways.blogspot.in)

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Dr. Reeta Mani

A Neurovirologist by profession, and writer by passion, Dr. Reeta has written for Pulse magazine.

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Durga Vijayakumar

Based in Kochi, Durga writes short fiction and poetry. Her work has appeared in The Little Magazine, Eclectic Flash, 3rd Muse Online, and Poor Mojo’s Almanack.

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Fehmida Zakeer

Based in Chennai, Fehmida has been published in Out of Print, Muse India, Static Movement, Bewildering Stories, Ink Sweat and Tears, The Linnet’s Wings, Asia Writes.

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Feroz Rather

Feroz is attending the MFA program at California State University Fresno. His work has appeared in Istanbul Literary Review in Turkey, and The Caravan and Tehelka, Economic and Political Weekly, in New Delhi.

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G Karunakar

G Karunakar is a graduate in Economics, World History and Law from Bangalore University. As a qualified Advocate, he has served the Government of Karnataka as a Law Officer in various departments for three decades. Travel is his hobby and as a solo traveler he has travelled around 100 countries extensively.
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Gargi Mehra

Gargi is a software engineer by profession, but a writer at heart. Despite the best efforts of her family and friends, she writes humor pieces in a determined effort to unite the two sides of the brain in cerebral harmony.

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Gary Ives

Gary lives in the Ozark Mountains where he grows apples and writes. He has published several short stories. In 2012 he was a nominee for the Push Cart Prize for his story “Can You Come Here For Christmas”.

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