Dear Loneliness, I’m writing this letter to thank you. I know you might wonder why someone has to thank you. Since past few years you are mainly considered a toxic, a reason for depression and a scary ephialte too. In… Read More ›
Nineteen years old, Anwesha Panda is quite the girl next door, an introverted undergraduate student, a budding wordsmith and a voracious reader. Dan Brown’s ‘Angels and Demons’ made her fall for reading.
Udita Mukherjee resides in the nostalgia wafting from Kolkata. She completed her B.Sc. in Economics from Presidency University in 2020.
We took a survey recently with our Instagram family and came across some great topics for a short story contest. So here’s one contest offering you the option to write on two themes suggested by you! (either or both)
Sharda Mishra loves to pen down her thoughts about social issues. She believes that humor should be the way of life.
Alipi Das is a voracious reader and a passionate writer. Her
inclination is towards classics, the Victorian era of Charles Dickens
and the Bronte sisters, though she reads books of all genres.
We all are habituated of using every bit of everything. It’s a good thing we do not waste anything. But don’t you feel if a person uses all of their space then nothing is left with them to grow. I… Read More ›
The winning entries on this week’s prompt!
From the POV of a teacher