Letter Received from CESTA, Stanford University for collaboration in the LiQ ( Life in Quarantine) Project

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I’m elated to receive the letter of recognition for my work as curator/editor for the “Word in Quarantine” project of the CESTA, Stanford University. Immensely grateful to the project managers Nelson Endebo, Ellis Schriefer and Faraz Bazzi for beleiving and supporting my work for the last two years. Thankful to the Faculty Director, Giovanna Cesarani, CESTA ( Centre of Spatial and Textual Analysis) for the letter. I’m proud to say that we were able to curate the work of established and award winning 134 authors across  the globe for the archive. 

Words in Quarantine, a virtual literary salon where we showcase creative writing – browse the gallery below! Our goal was to introduce and feature authors at various stages in their careers to the Life in Quarantine community: from published professionals to aspiring wordsmiths, from prize-winners to simply enthusiastic practitioners of the written word.

Looking forward to future collaborations!!

Happy Poetry!!

Megha Sood

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