Chandra Shekhar Pal
Regether Pair is the author of, “The Little Rock Island and a little rock name Sam, who doesn’t think he fits in,” (children’s book) She also won second place on midlife.com for an article she wrote, “Empty Pockets Big Heart.” Although she a amateur writer, she finds it fun learning to write.
Elliot Hershberg is a current student at Southwestern University, studying English, and tackling Pre-Med courses along with playing NCAA lacrosse. Elliot also enjoys leading the Sole Train through downtown Seattle, which is a run/walk club at the Recovery Cafe, a center for recovering addicts. He often learns valuable lessons from his fellow walkers. When he isn’t training, practicing, or studying cell biology, Elliot is an avid reader and writer of poetry. His favorite poets are Billy Collins, Sherman Alexie, and John Berryman. His style of poetry is a combination of experimental and free verse poetry that attempts to capture lessons he learns every day.
Shubhranshu Dutta is a boy of 15, living in India with a deep passion of writing free verse poetry. He is an avid guitar player and has won laurels in debate and is also renowned in quizzing fraternity. But what binds him to this lonely blue planet is poetry.
Tamoha Sengupta is currently a final year student pursuing B.Tech In Biotechnology in Haldia Institute of Technology.Originally from Siliguri, a city located in the foothills of the Himalayas, Tamoha loves to read and write in her free time. She is currently working on her first full-length novel. You can reach her through email, firstname.lastname@example.org
Chandra Shekhar Pal is an English teacher. He is a reluctant intellectual. This is his first publication. He loves being creative. He aspires to achieve immortality through his writing.
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