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Earning ones ‘bread and butter’ is an art by itself. It takes years of practice and a mountain of patience to give in to mundanity of life. Applying creativity at workplace not only makes work interesting, but also increases our productivity and efficiency. By the bye, being creative is easier than following a routine. If you want to learn how to channelize your creativity to improve your work-life, attend our session where Harsh Agarwal, Nethra A, Madhumita Ghosh and Ayaan Basu will discuss the following topics:
1.) The Creative Thinking Process.
2.) Creativity at work.
3.) Spontaneity & Creativity
4.) Life Cycle of a Novel.
About the panellists:
An artist by soul, engineer by education and entrepreneur by profession, Harsh Agarwal entered the publishing industry at the early age of 19. Till now, he has played diverse roles and has worked as an author, editor, agent, freelancer, book reviewer and mentor as well. He recently started delivering creative writing workshops in various cities which were equally loved by aspiring authors.
His last book ‘An excursion of insight’ from Lifi Publications was loved by both critiques and readers. His next book ‘Nazaqat’ will be releasing in December with Half Baked Beans.
Harsh aims to help young and aspiring authors and do a number of projects with them to motivate and inspire them. The recent ones include ‘Love and Lokpal’ and ‘Time’s Lost Atlas’ where he helped numerous young writers and guided them to complete the book.
Harsh also runs the organization named - The Asylum, which aims to promote creative writing and aspiring authors.
Also, he is a final year student of Mechanical Engineering at NIT Silchar, Assam.
Based in Bangalore, Nethra is a post-graduate in Business Administration and is a graduate in Computer Science & Engineering. She is a voracious reader and a fiction writer, who puts quality writing over everything else. Her interest in good stories and writing made her start Fablery Publications, which started as a writing activity in association with another publication and now is venturing into publishing graphic novels and novellas. Her debut novel “My Ramyeon Girl” will be out in the market in the near future.
Dr. Madhumita Ghosh
Dr. Madhumita Ghosh is a Professor of English, poet and editor. Her poems and essays on criticism have been widely published in print, e-books, journals and magazines all over the world. She has authored three poetry books titled For All You Lovely People, Pebbles on the Shore and Flowing with the River and also a critical study on the British poet, William Blake. Her short stories, some of which have been published in The Statesman, Calcutta edition, are being readied for publication in the near future.
Ayaan Basu is an engineering graduate, an author and an avid blogger, and fights his days among MNC-clad work schedule, writing and veracious travelling routine. His first book was a Bengali poetry collection called "Nosto Cheler Golpo" - poems of a prodigal child written during 2nd year of Engineering in 2006, followed by "Shadow of Life" an anthology which he co-authored. His profession has brought him to Bangalore but heart hails back in his hometown Kolkata, which resulted in creation of his first novel - "The Storm in my Mind - Ami , Kolkata and Confessions", dealing with the life in a contemporary society which is currently racing to be a best-seller. He is co-authoring another anthology - "Emerald Hues". He is a very creative person and his hobbies are varied. He is an ardent guitarist, a singer & a composer. He was associated with a rock band in Kolkata called - "Driftwood".