Are you a writer who loves to dwell into stories?
Do you love to see beneath the layers of human emotions?
If yes, the Monthly Story Writing Contest is just perfect for you.
Your Writing Cue For August 2020
Laxmi Narayan Tripathi (known as Laxmi, sometimes transliterated as Lakshmi) is a transgender rights activist and Bharatanatyam dancer in Mumbai, India. She was born in Malti Bai Hospital on 13th Dec 1978 in Thane. She is the first transgender person to represent Asia Pacific in the UN in 2008. At the assembly, she spoke of the plight of sexual minorities. “People should be more human-like. They should respect us as humans and consider our rights as transgenders,” she said.
The cue is this quote by her: “I was a normal child, but this world made me feel different “
- Write your own story (fiction) based on this cue. The cue has to come in your story in exact same words
- Upload your story directly on your KalaManthan dashboard with #august_writing_contest.
- Click Here to log in or create an account if you haven’t registered on Women’s Web yet.
Terms & Conditions
- The story should be previously unpublished elsewhere. (Copyright stays with you).
- Word limit between 500 and 2000 words. Please keep this in mind; Do keep word count in mind, please!
- The stories need to be uploaded directly on the dashboard of KalaManthan.
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The editors may change the title of the story and use appropriate images to promote the story, as per their discretion.
If your story is selected for publishing among the best 3 stories, you agree to provide exclusive digital publishing rights Kalamanthan, i.e. it will not be published elsewhere online.
Don’t forget – upload your entries by 23 August 2020 Midnight!