Poetry Published in Madras Courier

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I’m so excited and thrilled to be part of this esteemed publication. This one brings so much joy and validation to my creative writing. Amidst the rejection and learning, there is some instant that restores faith in your writing skills..This is one of them. So thankful to the EIC Shrenik Rao for publishing my poem “Simple Pleasures“.A poem that talks about human needs and desires and the simple pleasures we all are made up of.

The Madras Courier is a 233-year-old news brand, launched on October 12, 1785, by Richard Johnston, who had earlier that year inspired The Daily Universal Register, the forerunner of The Times, London. A four-to-six-page weekly tabloid with the motto ‘Quicquid Agunt Homines’, which means ‘Whatever men do’.

The Madras Courier won the Best Digital News Start-up Award at the South Asian Digital Media Awards 2018, beating The Hindu Briefcase. Instituted by the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN INFRA) in association with Google, the award recognizes best practices and innovation in digital publishing worldwide.

Happy blogging!

Megha Sood

 

 

 

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