How to Write Good from Stephen King’s book, ‘On Writing’
Stephen’s book, “On Writing” is blunt as it is bold. It truly speaks from experience, and further, throws light, with genuine pointers, to shape our understanding of writing a good craft.  Genuine pointers from Stephen’s first...
Howl "I saw the best minds of my generation destroyed by madness, starving hysterical naked, / dragging themselves through the negro streets at dawn looking for an angry fix / angelheaded hipsters burning for the...
Submit Creative Writing in India
A decade back, there were hardly any literary magazines to submit creative writing in India. We have, since then, seen a tremendous flow of new literary platforms being created all across India. And now, we have...
Difference Between Abridged and Unabridged Audiobooks
Before we jump into the difference between abridged and unabridged audiobooks, let's understand what they both are. What is an Abridged version? An abridged version is the shortened, concise and compressed version of a book, audiobook, dictionary,...
How Poetry Can Change the Way Movies Are Made Poetry has always been treated as an alien subject and as a difficult art to understand, in contrast to which it holds within itself the simplest of...
Print Literary Journals for Creative Writing in India
We have more literary magazines for creative writing in India now than compared to a decade back. There are many which publish both print and online. Print magazines have also seen some progress since, with magazines...
Mass Paperback Readoscope
The difference between a Trade Paperback and a Mass Market Paperback is just this—a Mass Market Paperback is smaller in size, has low-quality pages, is cheaper, readily available at bus stops, railway stations and small bookstores, and has low-quality cover.
Literary geniuses are rare to come by these days. We are still drooling over the great works of Salinger, Hemingway, Twain, Dickens, Shakespeare, Faulkner, and many more. We are not yet over them. Now to...
We have some really interesting photographs of 'famous authors writing in their rooms'. You can get the idea of how their rooms have might looked like and the ambience they created to suit them better...