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            American sci-fi author and illustrator, Steven Lyle Jordan recently released his latest thriller, Sarcology. In this exclusive interaction with team BookChums, he discussed the inspiration behind his latest book, the relevance of the book title to the plot, his creative-writing process and much more. He has also authored novels such as Evoguía, Verdant Skies, Verdant Pioneers, The Kestral Voyages: My Life, After Be...
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            Leading Indian writer and journalist, Sudha Menon’s latest book, Legacy is a collection of letters by eminent personalities from various walks of life to their daughters. Leading Ladies: Women who inspire India is her first book. In this exclusive interview with BookChums, she discussed the inspiration behind writing Legacy, the challenges she faced while writing it, her creative writing workshops and current writings...
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    This week we feature our chat with banker turned author, Amish Tripathi, the author of the famous Shiva trilogy. In this exclusive interview with BookChums, he discussed his call to writing, writing the trilogy (The Immortals of Meluha, The Secret of the Nagas and The Oath of the Vayuputras), the film adaptation of the books, the challenges in publishing his first book and a lot more.     What triggered you to change your 14-year old career...
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Our interview here is with Kala Ramesh; the well known haiku poet. Haiku is a four hundred year old art form of Japan but kept fresh and live both in Japan, and now in India, the West and other countries.   Kala also writes tanka (five line poem), haibun (tight prose embedded with haiku), senryu, and renku (collaborative linked verse). Apart from winning numerous awards and recognitions, Kala is also part of the editorial team for various magazines that publish ...
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          Fehmida Zakeer is an Indian author and poet who writes in English. Her short story, Independence was published in Ripples: Short Stories by Indian Writers (published by APK Publishers). Her other works have also been published in journals and anthologies such as Linnet's Wings, Static Movement Online, Ink Sweat and Tears, Bewildering Stories, Muse India, Out of Print, Everyday Poets, Shine Journal, Kritya and Reading Hour among o...
Post by: Kabita Sonowal
    Ghazala Hossain is an Indian writer, poet and blogger who writes in English. She writes poetry in Hindi and Urdu too. In an exclusive interview with BookChums, she discussed her inspirations behind her short stories in Ripples: Short Stories by Indian  Women Writers, journey in writing, current writings and her advice to aspiring authors.   Thank you for the interview with BookChums. What was the inspiration behind Jackpot and Suhaag Raat? ...
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          Monideepa Sahu is an Indian writer, a history aficionado and a former banker. She comes from a family of scholars who can be traced to sixteen generations from the Comilla District in Bangladesh. She has authored Riddle of the Seventh Stone and a host of short-fiction that has been published in collections such as A Rainbow Feast: New Asian Stories, Bad Moon Rising: The Puffin Book of Mystery Stories and The New Anthem: The Subco...
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                              Vikram Karve is an Indian writer, former naval officer, human resource leader and trainer, instructional designer and blogger. He has authored Appetite for a Stroll and Cocktail (published by APK publishers). In this exclusive interview with BookChums, he discussed what triggered him to write and his experiences, his observation of the human mind and ...
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            Sharada Balasubramanian is an Indian writer and an environmental journalist. She has been writing since she was a teenager. Her short story titled The Dreamer was published in Ripples: Short Stories by Indian Women Writers. In her exclusive interview with BookChums, she discusses her versatile writings, the inspiration behind The Dreamer, the writer’s block, her future writings and her advice to aspiring writers. &...
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          Pervin Saket is an Indian poet, novelist, short-story writer and a children’s author. Two of her short stories, Of Girls and Goddesses & The Turban and the Shawl were featured in Ripples: Short Stories by Indian Women Writers. In this exclusive interview with BookChums, she discusses her inspiration behind her short stories in the Ripples collection, journey as a writer, other interests, recommended reads and writ...
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