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Sagar Krishna
  • Sagar Krishna was born in 1993 in Pune, Maharashtra. He is a native of Kerala. His mother being in the army, he did his schooling from all over India, and currently is pursuing B.Sc Economics from Symbiosis School of Economics, Pune. His interests span world literature, music and cinema. Sagar is also an amateur film critic. Future Reflections is his first compiled publication.

 
Saket Suman
  • Saket Suman is perhaps among the youngest poets of India. with a strong passion for writing and respect for human sentiments, his works outrank many for they carry a strong poetic force that directly appeals to the hearts of the readers. Born in the state of Bihar, he has spent most of his days in Kurseong, Darjeeling while pursuing his studies in Jnaneshwar memorial academy. the days spent in his school along with some of his best friends and teachers are the most memorable ones in his entire lifetime so far.

 
Saksham Singhal
  • Saksham Singhal is a VI standard student of Delhi Public School, Gurgaon. Saksham is an avid reader with diverse interests including Science Fiction, Mysteries & Adventure and Scientific Literature. He has keen interests in Science and Mathematics and has achieved special recognition in state as well as national level competitions.  Writing short stories and poems started as his way of expressing his learnings and emotions, and he has written many short stories and poems. 

 
Salin Gopinathan
  • The poems included in My Acquaintance with an economist and other poems by Salin Gopinathan reveal absolutely regular cadence of style.  The choice of the images in these poems is lively and picturesque.  It is worthy of note that the fully concise  expression of the poet is visible in these poems.

 
Salvatore Buttaci
  • Salvatore Buttaci is an obsessive-compulsive writer who plies his craft many hours a day. His poems, stories, articles, and letters have appeared widely in publications that include New York Times, U. S. A. Today, The Writer, Cats Magazine, and Christian Science Monitor. He was the recipient of the $500 Cyber-wit Poetry Award in 2007.

 
Samarendra Patra
  • Samarendra Patra, aged 18 is a first year student of B.Tech-Mechanical Engineering in the prestigious SRM UNIVERSITY, Chennai. He was brought up in a small township of NALCO named Damanjodi means “Paharon ka Sangam-the unification of the hills”.

 
Sameer Lowlekar
  • Sameer is an engineering graduate and currently working in software industry. He is a nature loving and spiritually inclined person. He loves to use writing as a way of expressing his experiences and observations of journey called life.

 
Samir Zaidi
  • Samir Zaidi is a story teller, a disciple of true love and a believer. But, his work mainly contains heartaches and sad endings, which may possibly stem from personal experiences or just the myths he s attracted to.

 
Samujjwal Dey
  • Born in 1994, in a middle class Bengali family in Shillong, Meghalaya, Samujjwal Dey is a student of Law in Shillong Law College. He did his schooling from Laban Bengalee Boys' H.S School in Shillong and was placed in high first division in both the board examination. He graduated from St. Edmunds College, Shillong with a first class Honours in Zoology in the year 2014. Samujjwal has developed great interest in art, music and literature. He loves people and nature. He tries to find answers to several questions that come to his mind about nature, life and society. In his first attempt to write a book, he has compiled his ideas in the form of 60 poems on life, love, death, nature and human relations.

 
Sana Rafiq
  • Sana Rafiq has been published in Mary Pat Fisher's book Women in Religion. She is currently the newsletter editor at LiteraryMary.com, as well as manages her e-zine The Neglected Ratio. She was also published by Jenifer Wills in a digital publication of LiteraryMary entitled Don't Call Me Plath: twelve outstanding women of the small press. She is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in Educational Leadership (Curriculum and Instruction) from the University of Phoenix.

 
Sanchit Jain
  • I am Sanchit Jain, 18 years old teenager, just completed 12th from Delhi International School, Indore. I am originally from Amritsar, but at present I live in Indore. I don't have any big academic degree. I reflect more and more on every topic and every thing around me. This gives me technique to express it in poems. Through my poems, I want every one to feel positive in everything.

 
Sanober Khan
  • Sanober Khan is a Mumbai-based poet and freelance writer. Her work has been published in various journals, including the Taj Mahal Review and the First Literary Review-East. In 2012, her first book "A touch, a tear, a tempest' was shortlisted for the Muse India National Literary Awards. She enjoys reading poetry from around the globe as much as she enjoys writing them.

 
Santanu Halder
  • A teacher by profession and a poet at will - Santanu Halder was born and brought up in a small town named Bongaon, near Kolkata, West Bengal. He has done M.A in English Literature and teaching university students for 6 years. A scholar, a translator,an interviewer and a bilingual poet writing in both Bengali and English, Santanu Halder has already authored three books, these are - (1) American Literature for WBSU Students, (2) Old English Literature in a Nutshell and (3) a book on translation. 

 
Santhi Krishnan
  • Santhi Krishnan has been in the field of creative writing and content editing for more than a decade. Her versatility as a writer can be gauged through the wide-ranging projects she has been associated with hitherto in the changing and challenging matrix of writers. The present compilation is a spectrum of her poems which are rich in relations and resplendent with the blooms as well as blots of life. She has an M.A. in English Literature from the University of Kerala and upgraded her computer proficiency with short term courses .She has a pretty long stint of entrepreneurship to her credit, being a partner in her husband s business ventures which broadened her horizons and enhanced her soft skills.

 
Santosh Kalwar
  • Santosh Kalwar (born September 7, 1982) is a poet, writer, and young researcher. He is a self-published Nepalese writer who writes in English about truth, love, and relationships. He has published thirteen books, as well as authored a number of newspaper columns and articles.

 
Santosh Kumar
  • Dr. Santosh Kumar (b. 1946) is a poet, short-story writer and an editor from India; DPhil in English; Chief Editor of an international literary journal Taj Mahal Review; several awards; member of World Poets Society (W.P.S.); member of World Haiku Association, Japan; published poetry in Indian Verse by Young Poets (1980), World Poetry (1995 & 1996), The Fabric of A Vision (2001), The Still Horizon (2002), The Golden Wings (2002), Voyages (2003), Symphonies (2003), New Pegasus (2004), Explorers (2004), Dwan (USA), Promise (Purple Rose Publications,USA), TMR 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 & 2007). He has also edited sixteen World Poetry Anthologies, and four books of World's Great Short Stories. He is also the author of a collection of poems entitled Helicon (Cyberwit, 2006, India, ISBN 81-901366-8-2). He is able to achieve masterly poetic effects full of a singular beauty and rhythmical artistry in his new collection New Utopia. Wikipedia

 
Santosh Kumar Karimilli
  • Mr. SantoshkumarKarimilli (b. 29th August 1988) is a Founder & Director of “Tao Educare” (A Vocational Training Institution of Spoken English). He has an M.A in English from Andhra University. He has also two P.G Diplomas in English language & Linguistics and Functional English from Andhra University. He did B.Ed in Special English from A.U. He also obtained two certificate courses in “Gandhian studies and Social exclusion and Inclusive policy” from Andhra University.

 
SARAVAN MAHESWER
  • Saravan Maheswer made his writing debut when he was a College Student.  “Smashana Boomi” a Short Play in Malayalam won a prize for its presentation from the College he recalls. He wrote a film script when he was 17 years old. Titled “Empty Horizons A Head” ( Munnil Soonyamam Chakravalam) this script was published as a book in 1987. The well known Hindi Music Director Padmabhooshan Naushad, the well known Malayalam Actor Late. Padmasree. Thikkurissi Sukumaran Nair and Film Director G.S. Paniker had written prefaces for the book.

 
Saru Singhal
  • A Company Secretary by profession, Saru writes poems, articles and stories on varied topics. Her creativity in both English and Hindi has received commendable response in a short period of time. Her work has been showcased on many National and International forums. To learn more about her and be current with her writings, you can visit www.sarusinghal.com

 
sathyanarayana
  • Sathyanarayana was born on 12fth June, 1958 at Nellore, Andhra Pradesh, India. He did his bachelor’s degree in Sciences and Masters in law. For a brief period he practiced as an advocate in Nellore and then joined the Government of India. He is now working as Deputy Superintendent of Salt at Nellore. Sathyanarayana has been writing poetry since 1987.

 
Sayumi Kamakura
  • Sayumi Kamakura was born in Kochi Prefecture, Japan, 1953. She began composing haiku while a student at Saitama University and studied haiku under the guidance of Toshiro Nomura and Sho Hayashi. In 1988, she won the Oki Sango Prize. The lyrical style of her haiku attracted attention, and in 1998 she established the haiku magazine "Ginyu" with Ban'ya Natsuishi, and has been its Editor since that time. She has attended international haiku or poetry festivals held in Japan, Slovenia, Portugal and Bulgaria. In 2001, she won the Modern Haiku Association Prize. Her published haiku collections include: Jun (Moisture, 1984), Mizu no Jujika (Water Cross, 1987), Tenmado kara (From the Skylight, 1992), Kamakura Sayumi Kushu (Haiku of Sayumi Kamakura, 1998). Hashireba haru(Run to Spring, 2001), She co-authored Gendai Haiku Panorama (1994), Gendai Haiku Handbook (1995), Gendai Haiku Shusei Zen 1 Kan (Contemporary Haiku Anthology in One Volume, 1996), etc. She also published, in both Japanese and English, A Singing Blue: 50 Selected Haiku (2000). Her haiku has been translated into English, Greek, Russian, Bulgarian, Portuguese and Korean. She is a member and Treasurer of the World Haiku Association. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E9_z0D5IZ6E

 
Sebastian Johakin
  • “(…) Sebastian Marcus Labeo Boahz Johakin est l'un des hétéronymes de Fernando Messias. Sébastien est né le 24 juin 1923, dans la ville de Berne. Fils d’Antonio Johakin Magalhães Sebastian et d’Ivonne Boahz Mendes Labeo. Diplômé en droit de l'Université de Vienne. Doctorat en relations internationales de l'Université de Paris et post-doctorat en droit de l'Université de Columbia. Il a été professeur à l'Université de Paris et de Columbia. 

 
Seema Sharma
  • Seema is an artist who loves painting, bird watching, travelling and cooking. A mother of three, her work touches both the traditional and modern aspects of art. All the artwork for the book has been contributed by Seema. You can visit her website at www.art.seema.biz

 
Shahina
  • Shahina, born and brought up in the beautiful valley of Kashmir, Srinagar, did her schooling from Presentation Covent School, Srinagar and then left for Russia for higher studies. She did her Bachelors, Masters and then Ph.d in Russian Language and Literature from Patrice Lumumba Friendship University, Moscow, Russia. While doing Ph.d , she started working in a Swiss Trading company in Moscow as the Manager of the company. She did computer designing courses also from Moscow and is presently working as a Freelance Graphic and Jewelry Designer, Illustrator and Writer.  She has written a series of story books for children with the same characters named as 1, 2, 3 but in different situations and circumstances. While reading her story books, children gain knowledge as well.

 
Shailja Kumari Srivastava
 
Shamita Harsh
  • Shamita is a 19 year old author at heart and freelance writer by profession, a college student of Mass Communication. She lives with her parents in Dehradun, the tinsel town she grew up in, right alongside her babies, her best friends who were born and brought upin the amazing town: the Creepy Cuties. A born writer at heart, she owes it to her dad for the lineage of writing, for the inkling toward the creative! 

     

 
Shamsud Ahmed
  • Shamsud Ahmed is an accomplished poet and has authored many books, including ‘I Am Dirty; I Need Washing,’ which has been critically acclaimed and has got an overwhelming response from the readers. He has been writing Poems and Short stories for local Journals and newspapers for a long time. These days he is busy scripting Prime Time TV show   ‘Zindagi.Com’ which is going to be aired soon. www.iamdirtyineedwashing.blogspot.in

 
Shanu Goyal
  • I'm an Indian and was born on 28th Sep, 1974 in Moradabad, a small town of Uttar Pradesh. As a child I had high expectations from myself. Though my ambition was to become a doctor but I ended up doing my post graduation in Business Administration. I worked with several organizations but never felt satisfied working under someone. After my marriage I joined my husband in his export Business.

 
Shariq Us Sabah
  • Shariq Us Sabah is a freelance writer from New Delhi, India. He has two books to his credit.

 
Shefali Shah Choksi
  • I teach Literature and Composition at the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale. I have an M.A. (English) and M.Phil (Women’s Studies) from the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Vadodara (Gujarat, India) and have lived in Florida since 1988, when I first immigrated to Miami from Mumbai.

 
Shekhar Tiwari
  • Born in a small village, Kairia under  Bhagalpur district of Bihar, Shekhar Tiwari is  a veteran poet, political thinker and entrepreneur of high repute. Highly inspired by  renowned poet, Suryakant Tripathy "Nirala", he, in his poetry, advocates freedom from internal bondage, social taboos, duality of social customs. His poems are resonant with inner voice for love and philosophy of life with eternal quest for liberation of soul from the bondage of the mundanes. He is a pragmatic poet whose poetic thoughts take shape while in transit between India and Washington D.C. America.

 
Shirley Bolstok
  • Shirley Bolstok was born and raised in Denver, Colorado. “My parents are Holocaust Survivors. Writing has always been an integral part of my life. I like writing about the shifting of our existence, whether it is ethereal, emotional or physical. I have had many publications of my work in newspapers, anthologies and online magazines and now have the opportunity to consolidate it in a volume of poetry.

 
Shoorveer Singh Gusain
  • Mr. Shoorveer S Gusain Date of Birth- 20th November1977, Birth Place-Village-Kyarki, Post-Odadhar, Patti-NailChami, Dist-Tehri Garhwal, Uttarakhand, India. CHILDHOOD AND EDUCATION: Born and brought up in very simple family with high values and belief in almighty, in a small village of high hills.

 
Shouvik Hore
  • Shouvik Narayan Hore was born in �Burdwan in 1994 and currently resides in Kolkata, West �Bengal. He studied at St. Lawrence high School and is currently a student of English Literature at Ramakrishna Mission Residential College, Narendrapur, Kolkata. Both his parents are teachers of reputed institutions in Kolkata and he also intends to be a professor and author in the near future.

 
Shravan
  • Shravan Kumar Gururajan is a poetry hobbyist and a passionate content writer who has worked with several journals and magazines at work places. Being a professional in the field of Information Technology, the author has had flair for writing since the young age. 

 
Shreya Chatterjee
  • A writer by profession and a poet at will- Shreya Chatterjee was born in Kolkata in 1985 and was brought up in Bihar and Kolkata alike. She is educated at G.D. Birla Centre for education, Presidency College, Kolkata and University of Calcutta.

 
Shweta Khanna
  • Born and brought up in the 'City of Nawabs'- Lucknow, I had a poetic bent of mind from an early age. With time, I developed a passion for writing, with poetry being my forte. A Masters degree in life sciences and Bachelors in education did not deter me from being an avid lover of Literature. To be a hands-on mother to my little ones and to further pursue a career in writing made me quit my job as a teacher in an International School.

 
Siddhant Goel
  • Siddhant Goel is a Class XII student from Delhi Public School, Gurgaon. An extremely intellectual and gifted writer, Siddhant is passionate for subjects like Literature and Economics. No wonder, he spends a majority of his time reading novels or analysing fiscal policies! A compassionate individual, he values relationships and considers his family, friends and those around him as his greatest priorities in life. 

 
Siddhartha Garg
  • Siddhartha is a small town guy working in one of the leading industrial areas of the nation today. A journey that started with a handful of poems in the childhood never had the intentions to aim to be a writer someday. He started taking writing as his passion only when the shadow of love crafted the real Sid inside him. Starting off with a romantic novel, Sid promises to focus more on the non fiction books in future to raise the issues around the nation that people fear to talk about. He thinks some has to step forward and throw some light on them and he accepts his pen to be the biggest weapon in his armory. Join him in his fight! Love story!!! "You read those words and you think,its another run of the mill saga with a couple of broken hearts or a concocted love triangle,well ,when love is involved there are bound to be broken hearts but everyone has a different tale to tell and this is my tale,the one i lived,the one which taught me what love really is and the one which i want the world to know about,because love is complicated but its still beautiful."

 
Sofia Hällgren
  • My name is Sofia Hellgren and I´m 37 years old and have been Writing since I was a kid. I Believe in the supernatural and am good at telling fortunes. I am a poet by heart and it´s the one thing that helped me to survive. I love dogs and nature, since I Think it heals if we´re in harmony with it. I´m psychic and can see ghosts and Believe in them, I hope you will enjoy these poems, since they´re all I got.

 
Sohail Akhtar
  • Sohail is a poet at heart and has already authored two books, which can be found on Amazon. His work mostly revolves around love. Currently he is working on his third book. He is a loving father of five beautiful children and aspires to be a bollywood script writer.

 
Somesh R. Doddi
  • Mr. Somesh R. Doddi was born in India, living in usa and a graduate of Ithaca College, Ithaca, NY, USA. He is a candidate for the nobel prize in medicine (two works; human gene therapy...

 
Sonnet Mondal
  • Born and brought up at the industrial city of Asansol of West Bengal in India Sonnet’s childhood was marked by visiting several places with his parents. His father Mr. Kajal Mondal is a banker and mother Mrs. Sima Mondal is a housewife. His schooling was carried out at the St. Michael’s school, Durgapur till class ten and he completed class eleven and twelve from the Hemsheela Model school of Durgapur in India. However he used to pass his holidays in his maternal house in a village named Jahidpur. Jahidpur is a village surrounded by dense ‘Sal’ forests on all sides segregating it from the busy city life and pollution. The green flora and fauna, the dense forests and wide spreading fields of paddy and rice in Jahidpur were surely some inspirations that later got reflected in his poems. He also passed much of his initial days of childhood in the coal belt area of Sripur and destiny later turned him towards Mining engineering. He was never too fascinated by his poetic name and took least interest in the genre of poetry.

 
Soulful Heart
  • Soulful Heart alias Waheeda Khan also known as Zaiba Khan at her in- laws place, lives in a beautiful coastal city called Karwar which was named by Tagore as South Kashmir. She is married and has two children. Soulful heart was born in Karwar but grew up in completely different places. Her father worked in Paper mill, so she first joined her nursery in Assam till her 4th standard.

 
Sourya Reddy
  • Living in New Delhi, Sourya Reddy is an emerging poet with acute political awareness. In this collection, he insists that the readers experience lives that are alien to their own

 
Sridatta Gupta
  • Hailing from the ‘City of Joy’, Kolkata and currently residing in Mumbai, Sridatta Gupta is a writer by passion. She writes to express those thoughts that she is unable to speak out loud and yearns to reach out to the world at large, who has become emotionally numb. The Broken Cloud is her debut work, gives an insight of her perspective towards life and the various experiences it offers.

 
Srishti Singh
  • Born to Rajput parents and brought up by the wonderful city of Chandigarh. An engineer by qualifications and a poet for life who believes the world would be a better place if all mankind was categorized based on an individual's interest in art, music, theater and literature rather than pedestals of caste, color, sex, status and nationality. A frequent traveler and lover of still standing and fallen monuments, she bases her old soul poetry on these ruins.

 
Stephen Gill
  • 1999 is an unforgettable year for me. One reason is Shrine that was released by World University Press. Even in 2008, after nine years, Shrine resurrects the traumatic feelings, touching the spots of deep pain from the days of the partition of India.

 
Steven Carter
  • Steven Carter is a retired emeritus professor of English. He is the only two-time winner of UNESCO's Nuove Lettere International Poetry and Literature Prize. In 2010 he was awarded the Eric Hoffer Foundation's Montaigne Medal. Snow Moon, his chapbook of haiku/haibun, was recently released by Alba Publishng.

 
Stuti Dhyani
  • The author is an engineer by education, a patent analyst/attorney by profession, a lawyer in the making, but a writer at heart. Based in Delhi, she hails from the misty mountains of Uttarakhand. She is a fun loving person and an independent soul who lives in the moment, but can get very introspective at times. She intends to undertake almost all the adventure sports in her life and travel less travelled places round the world.

 
Subimal Palit
  • The author at has come across large number of women. Among them notably his mother. His experience sums up "By and large most women suffers from oppression in men dominated society. Worst suffers are in Islamic countries." His conviction is now confirm from about 70 Pen Pals choose from all over the world.

 
Sudhanshu Bakshi
  • Sudhanshu Bakshi: comes from a humble background, born at Hazaribagh, Jharkhand, India and was one of the eight siblings. Later, he did his post-graduate from IIT, Kharagpur and has been a Petrophysicist and a Petroleum Exploration & Development professional.

 
Sulabha Naik
  • Academician, writer, poet, examiner, freelance journalist and an eminent scholar, Mrs. Sulabha Naik excels in each of these roles. Mrs. Sulabha Naik started her scholastic career as Principal, Bal Niketan, 9BRD, Air Force Primary School, Air Force Station, Lohegaon, Pune. She is a M. Phil ( English ) from University of Pune and has taught in various reputed colleges in Mumbai and Pune, establishing a great rapport with her students over the years. She also taught Soft Skills in the Corporate Sector in Pune. She published her literary book titled A Feminist Perspective on the Fiction of Virginia Woolf in 1998. She was awarded a full scholarship in September, 1994 by the English Speaking Union, UK to attend an International Seminar on Art, Literature and Music in 19th Century England and France at The Centre International d Etudes, Pedagogiques, Sevres, Paris, France.

 
Sumana Iyer
  • A teacher by profession since the last twenty years, Sumana Iyer spends her free time pondering about life and various experiences and the lessons that it brings. Her flair for writing and her passion to express through words soon allowed her to channelize her energies and put across her innermost feelings through poetry. 

 
Sumit Daga
  • Sumit Daga, A writer of the Hindi poems, currently working in Product management team in Torrent pharmaceuticals Limited at Ahmadabad, basically from Jhalawar district of rajasthan. He done his schooling from Jhalawar did Bachelor of Pharmacy from Vikram University, Ujjain. He is writing Hindi poetry since he was in 11th standard; his college cum hostel life provided a favorable environment to strengthen his ability to write poems. He usually write on the topics of burning issues of the country, home, loneliness, success, love & the practical things which a person experiences in different stages of life.

 
Sumit Goreja
  • A former soft skill trainer, copywriter and correspondent, everything Sumit Goreja is today is because of his heuristic learning. He holds a degree in literature and is a voracious reader; expressing his thoughts through words has always been his passion. From his experiences and achievements, he firmly believes that fancy degrees play no role in an accomplishment of one s goal as far as there is a strong desire, passion and will to achieve it.

 
Surbhi Grover
  • Surbhi Grover, an aviation enthusiast, is currently pursuing her graduation from Hindu College. She loves to travel and write. Born and raised in Delhi, she has been writing poetry since she was 9.

 
Surbhi Thukral
  • Surbhi Thukral is a corporate marketer turned aspiring writer. During her professional experience as a Marketer, she had stints with corporations in India and the UK. After gaining success in business writing, she is now determined to make a mark in the field of creative writing, which she describes as her true passion. She has become a compulsive writer who dedicates many hours a day to fulfill her passion for creative writing. She holds Masters in Business & Management from the University of Strathclyde, UK. Surbhi’s work has been published in Harvests of New Millennium, Taj Mahal Review and EWR: Short Stories.

 
Surendra Prasad Srivastava
  • Surendra Pd. Srivastava, born at Azamgarh, did his college & law from Allahabad, started practising at Azamgarh, later on shifted to Gorakhpur Commissioner's court. Participated in various social and political activities since his youth, had an opportunity to meet several national socialist leaders of his time.

 
Surina Jain
  • Born in the year 1990 in Ajmer, Rajasthan, Surina completed her schooling from six different schools in different cities owing to her dad's transferable job. A graduate from Jadavpur University, kolkata, she has been writing for 9 years now. This is her first book of poems to be published and hopes to publish many more with the support of her reading audience, her parents and her publishers.

 
Sushil Thapa
  • Sushil Thapa is a renowned artist of Nepal. Interested in painting from a young age, he is self taught and art is his passion. He does paintings in oil and acrylic, though pen and ink is his forte. His main subjects are the people of his country from different ethnic backgrounds. He was attached to the Centre for Victims of Torture (CVICT), Kathmandu for thirteen years and through his art works supported various Human Rights campaigns.

 
Sushrut A. Badhe
  • Born to doctor parents in 1990 and after graduating in Mechanical Engineering from P.E.C , Puducherry in 2011, the author was very much impressed with the work of Sri.M.R.Damle, PhD Naturo Ayurvediya Therapy and Founder President Midam Charitable Trust.

 
Suzie Palmer
  • Suzie Palmer began writing her life story and poetry in 1999 at 28 years of age. She was encouraged to write after a mystical encounter with a unique Indian sage. ‘You are a writer; you must write’ he told her ‘you must write about your life – true truth – a story describing this is how I won this battle. People like reading about other people’s lives, and they’ll like reading about yours. You’ll also write poetry, teaching people how to be happy even if they can’t run and jump’.

 
Swarupa Chavan
  • Born and brought up in Mumbai, Swarupa works as a Deputy General Manager with one of the leading Agro Chemical Manufacturing companies. Apart from being a rank holder in Packaging Technology, Swarupa has done her MBA and has achieved several accolades in her professional field.

 
Swati Singh Sambyal
  • Words can change perceptions; they have the power to cause a world war, just like they can melt the most ruthless heart. Words fascinate me. A poet at heart and a romantic by soul, I see things the way the world doesn't.I am constantly evolving and as a writer I believe in the simple. Music and words define me. The words I use spring from my everyday observations, my curiosities and the unusualness that surround objects and people around me.

 
Sweta Srivastava Vikram
  • Sweta Srivastava Vikram (www.swetavikram.com) is a Pushcart nominated-poet, novelist, author, essayist, columnist, and blogger. She is the author of three chapbooks of poetry, Because All Is Not Lost (Modern History Press); Kaleidoscope: An Asian Journey of Colors (Modern History Press); and Clearing the fog (upcoming from Modern History Press). She is also the co-author of two poetry collections, Whispering Woes of Ganges & Zambezi (Cyberwit) and Not All Birds Sing (Cyberwit). Niyogi Books will publish her first fiction novel, Perfectly Untraditional, in 2011. Her first nonfiction book of prose and poems, tentatively titled, Mouth full, will be published in the UK in 2012. Her musings have also appeared in several anthologies, literary journals, and online publications across six countries in three continents. A graduate of Columbia University, she lives and writes in New York City and reads her work across the United States, Europe, and Asia. Sweta also teaches creative writing workshops. Follow her: On Twitter (@ssvik) or Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/Words.By.Sweta)