Short Story Writing Field - Asian English Olympics 2018

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Creating short story requires imagination and also writing skills to make the story more colorful and enjoyable to read. You can learn and master those skills by joining the Short Story Writing field! Interested? Challenge yourself in this field to create a wonderful story with your imagination!

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Lopa Ghosh - Asian English Olympics 2018

Ms. Lopa Ghosh

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  • Author of a short story collection, Revolt of the Fish Eaters(HarperCollins India) and various other pieces of short fiction.
  • Currently working on a novel set in the coal mines of India.
  • A literary reviewer and essayist, her recent study “The Irresistible and Oppressive Gaze” (Oxfam India) examines how Bollywood movies influence violence against women and girls.
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    Rajat Chaudhuri - Asian English Olympics 2018

    Mr. Rajat Chaudhuri

    ACHIEVEMENTS

  • Author of the books Hotel Calcutta, Amber Dusk, Calculus and The Butterfly Effect (forthcoming).
  • Winner of fellowships including Charles Wallace, University of Chichester (UK), Hawthornden Castle (Scotland, UK) and Korean Arts Council-InKo (South Korea).
  • Book critic and essayist currently editing the short story anthology The Best Asian Speculative Fiction to be published this year. Web: www.rajatchaudhuri.net
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    Mr. Rajat Chaudhuri

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