Singapore based NTU Singapore issues a call for Visiting Writers in collaboration with The College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences.
The Asia Creative Writing Programme is a collaboration between The College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (CoHASS) at NTU Singapore, and the National Arts Council, Singapore. The aim of the Programme is to provide a strong foundation in creative writing to promising writers in Singapore, support existing literary talent with sustained specialised development programmes to advance their creative practice, and promote intercultural understanding amongst writers writing in Singapore’s four official langus (, English, Malay, Tamil).
To know more about it and to apply, please visit their website.
Namrata is a published author who enjoys writing stories and think pieces on travel, relationships, and gender. She is a UEA alumnus and has studied travel writing at the University of Sydney.
She is also an independent editor and a book reviewer. Her writings can be found on various sites and magazines like the Asian Review of Books, Contemporary South Asia Journal of King’s College-London, Mad in Asia, The Friday Times, Daily Star, The Scroll, Feminism in India, The Brown Orient Journal, Inkspire Journal, Moonlight Journal, The Same, Chronic Pain India and Cafe Dissensus.
Her short stories have been a part of various anthologies . She has also published two short story collections of her own along with two solo titles as well. She is currently working on her debut novel. She loves travelling the length and breadth of the world and enjoys capturing the magic of life in her words. She is always in pursuit of a new country and a new story.
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