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What sells well may not be good. If it isn’t good it won’t last long. Quality gives longevity to ones work. Are you a perfectionist? Do you want to know how to not compromise on quality and still remain in the popular list? Attend our session to learn how to balance creativity and quality. We will also discuss the following topics:
1.) Popular Writing v/s Creative Writing.
2.) Keys to Quality Creative Writing.
3.) Few Success Stories.
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.
Karthik is currently pursuing MSc. in Electronic Media and parallelly directing, scripting for some independent and zero budget short films and documentaries. He did his schooling and graduation in Mysore. Meanwhile, he started trying out some short movies and also started a team “Nirantara Creations” with few other young passionate creative minds. Their first Short film “One second pls” got the best movie award and was shortlisted in the national level short film competition. He has also directed four other short movies to create ‘social awareness’ – movies for a cause and got recognized for his work. He wants to learn more about films so he decided to study cinema at Manasagangotri instead of taking up offers that he got from few esteemed production houses in Bangalore. A few short movies he has worked on are One second pls, Ganchali Nirantara, Sanjaya & many ongoing projects.