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authors, publishers, fellow bloggers and he how to get published question to- readers there. My thumb has been glued day is very much like the how to colour to my phone ever since I downloaded water question of yesteryears. Many that app with a certain blue bird and solutions to one situation; but which guilt had also raked me many a times one happens to be the optimal one? for the same reason. But today I say it is all justified, for it got me to my first I would say all. Getting your name out published story. A tweet did that. Actuthere on a book these days though isn’t ally a retweet! yet a cakewalk but still, compared to, say half a decade back, the ways are Fablery, a literary online magazine many. It is no more a one-way highway. based out of Bangalore was conducting All of us aspiring, wannable worda very unique creative writing contest in smiths can take any way, like I took 2012. They were calling for short fiction MyWay. I will just quickly bore you in unconventional genres (a different with that story. That is what I have been one each month) and the winning story asked to talk about here. from each genre was to be published in an anthology in paperback. It was only So beginning at the beginning, my way in the contest’s seventh month, through to being published began with a T and a retweet by one of my favourite India bird. Twitter (oh yes social media can an writer’s – Ashwin Sanghi that I got be this too). I have always loved being to know of this contest. The genre was on Twitter for it’s me-not-your-fraand my favourite and Ashwin’s niche – Hisyet approachable modus operandi. It torical fiction. The best thing about the has been a pleasure to interact with contest was I did not have to dig into

Storizen May 2013 Issue  

Storizen May 2013 Issue

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