• What makes a Writer?

    Writing comes when sources of fulfillment are blocked No one quite contented and happy would write anything to please people, particularly something about injustice, misfortune or suffering. The contented person would write only…

  • Literary Agents

    Literary agents and their meticulous work fascinate me. I presume several other authors feel the same about them. Perhaps agents are equally immersed in and captivated by the publishing process. Theirs is most…

  • Fair is Foul

    It is a fair world, I thought, as I grew up like a creeper. But I learned something different after some time. Fair is a subjective word. The boundary between fair and foul…

  • The Tailor's Needle follows this revelatory pattern in the storytelling

    What Makes One a Writer?

    No one happy with themselves would write something to be read by people. That could happen only if that happiness acquires excitement and thrill and one wants to share it with others. Generally…

  • Greatness

    What is greatness? The idea of someone being described as “great” has not appealed to a majority of people after the impact of postmodernism. The tendency to mock everything that was once revered…

  • The Tailor's Needle follows this revelatory pattern in the storytelling

    #Language is a #Social Imposition

    Language is a social imposition. It is also like a cage in which we live our lives half-heartedly. Of course, without language there would be little progress in the world of advancement. There…

  • Power Transforms Negatively

    Who doesn’t like to be in power? We all do, even though some trouble comes as part of the package. One gets used to power, enjoying and coping with the thrills and kicks…

  • The Tailor's Needle follows this revelatory pattern in the storytelling

    Publishing the Literary Novel Today

    Writing something literary is one thing; publishing it is another. A great piece of writing comes from, you might say, the soul of an author. The soul is probably the vaguest thing on…