The winning stories on this prompt!
Indian-born writer Rohan Swamy, lives and works in Dublin, Ireland; and began writing in 2002. A former journalist, he has tried to combine the art of story telling with journalistic trends and enjoys writing stories based on current socio-political trends across the world.
Nilanjana Banerjee is a collegian, pursuing Honours in English. Keats, coffee and cheese are necessities to her. She pours her feelings in writing, most of which are impromptu.
Judging this contest was indeed a very huge task. So many children put in so many efforts and poured their hearts out on paper to their mothers. Every child whose letter we published here was a winner amongst the numerous entries we received for this contest.
Udita Mukherjee resides in the nostalgia wafting from Kolkata. She completed her B.Sc. in Economics from Presidency University in 2020. Her short story ‘The Lemon and the Window’ was selected for the March 2021 issue of Kloud9 whose editor-in-chief is Ruskin Bond.
The winning poems on this prompt!
Kathrin Spinnler always made up stories and wrote them down as a child. But after she graduated from university, she turned to teaching rather than writing.
Vignesh Siva Sankar always believes writing is the only way human civilization has evolved. He hopes that human imagination has no bounds, and there is no greater power than a passionate writer penning down his or her creativity.
It’s vacation time… but all they see, hear and talk these days is about the dreaded virus. Isn’t it time to let our children vent out?
Here’s an opportunity for children to channel their thoughts creatively into a beautiful book! Let your child pour out his / her thoughts into words. It could be a letter, an essay, a poem or a story. Let’s not restrict their creativity.
We are 5 months and 5 books old and our family of writers keeps growing. To celebrate the occasion, here’s our second poetry contest. High5!