Category: Short Stories

How Not to Win Short Story Rivalries

Having run Short Story rivalries for as long as couple of years I believe I am to some degree qualified to manage anxious story scholars along the way to prizes by maintaining a strategic distance from those real pot gaps that such huge numbers of confident participants fall into. Here are four to consider before […]

Instructions to Compose a Short Story

Everyone knows composing a story isn’t simple. Like the dramatization or the sonnet, it is creative writing that should speak to the feelings of the perusers. Since it imparts the essayist’s translation of the real world, there must be an aesthetic utilization of language to imply human experience. In any case, how would we compose […]

Tips to Effective Short Story Challenge Sections

As of late, I was approached to help with passing judgment on a short story challenge. The challenge was general-no particular topic or theme required. Creators just needed to present a bit of fiction that didn’t surpass 2,500 words. I was not a last judge, yet a “weeder,” one who helped “get rid of” the […]

How Essayists Advance Their Online Short Story Entries

On the off chance that you’ve at any point been to a site that highlights a file of submitted short stories, you’ll see that specific story entries and their writers pull in a lot of peruser input and consideration, while others barely get saw by any stretch of the imagination. Things being what they are, […]

Top 10 Fruitful Short Story Authors in India

1.Rabindranath Tagore:Rabindranath Tagore (conceived May 7, 1861) was the first non-European laureate to win the Nobel Prize. Best known as a writer, he was a man with an incredible number of gifts. He was a patriot who surrendered his knighthood to challenge English arrangements in provincial India after the Jallianwala Bagh slaughter. He was a […]