Malavika Roy Singh, Hyderabad, India
Born and brought up in the holy city of Varanasi,Malavika holds an MBA in Finance and is an avid reader and writer. She loves fantasy fiction and children's books.She is published in newspapers,magazines and Chicken Soup. Recently she got shortlisted for the Pomegranate short story competition. After leaving her full time job of Financial analyst, she is a full time blogger and writer now.
Mansi Mishrafrom Gaziabad, India
Manasi Mishra is a B.Tech student from Ghaziabad. She recently started writing poems,and her friends encouraged her to write more. She is grateful to be a part of this site.
Maria Isabel Cecila Pascual from Manila, Philippines
Maria Isabel contributes Poems, articles and stories to this site.
Mohit Singh from Mumbai, India
Mohit Singh is a cricket enthusiast, keen observer and an articulate thinker. He occasionally takes to the pen when something deeply inspires or innately disturbs him. Besides the game, he loves photography, travelling and watching Discovery channel.
Meenakshi Kumar from New Delhi, India
Meenakshi is a Business Management graduate and worked in corporate sector. She is an active member of All India Women Conference and a member of Lioness Club. Meenakshi is a published author of a non-fiction book titled "Everyday Vegetarian Cooking", which is selling its second edition successfully. Her website http://wordsmatter.in
Manohar Naidu from Virginia, USA
Manohar Naidu. an alumnus of Science College (now Institute of Science), Nagpur. Retired in 1995 as Senior Aerodrome Officer from Airports Authority of India, Nagpur. Worked at Mumbai,Ahmedabad,Trivandrum,Nagpur and many other aerodromes in various capacities as administrator, examiner,& Air Traffic Control Officer. Novice in writing. He was introduced to IWW by a family friend. He has recently started a blog - www.manoharnaidu.com depicting personal observations and experiences as freelance writer.
Manjula K from Bangalore, India
Manjula worked as an editor at Deccan Herald for several years before joining the IT industry as a technical editor. She is now a freelance technical communication consultant. She loves writing short stories for children and a few were published in the children's supplement and Sunday Herald (Deccan Herald).
Manal Pednekar from Mumbai, India
A beginner trying his hand in writing.
Manasa, A from Bangalore, India
Manasa is a software engineer. She is married and has a 6-year old daughter. She loves reading stories and is now trying her hand in writing stories.
Maya Bhat from Ujire, Karnataka, India
Maya is basically from a small town Kanhangad (Kasargod district ) in Kerala and is a B.Com graduate. Presently residing at Ujire, Karnataka. She is very interested in writing stories, essays and poems from early school days, and began writing in Hindi. Now she writes short stories more in English. She wishes we could improve reading habits in children through short stories..
Dr. Maria Fortuna Chaarlas from Gold Coast, Australia
Dr. Maria grew up in Tiruchirappally, Tamil Nadu, India, and presently residing at Gold Coast with her husband. With a strong schooling at St. Joseph's Anglo Indian Girls Higher Secondary School and being a voracious reader herself, she has a strong passion in the literary works of English. She has written a few poems so far, some of which were published in her college magazine. Studying and working in a Government hospital for 4 1/2 years exposed her to some of the most atrocious, unspoken social evils still in wide practice, and based on this she pens down as many evils as possible in the form of a short story and to strike a deeper and tender cord, she decided to narrate it through an innocent child.
Mithuna S. Nath from Trivandrum, Kerala, India
Mithuna is pursuing her post graduate studies in English Literature.
Meenakshi Varier from Chennai, India
Meenakshi is a daughter by birth, a doctor by profession,a wife by choice and mother by heart and soul.
Mahua Das Chatterji from Kolkata, India
Mahua is a lawyer by profession, but also has a deep love for writing fiction. She is an English Honours Graduate with a Masters in Business Administration. Her short stories and poems have been published in the Times of India, Woman's Era and various other publications. She won a Flash Fiction contest with her story 'Train to Freedom', which was published in the Times of India. Her article 'Capital Punishment- Time to Abandon It', appeared in 'Hinduism Today', a US-based magazine. She is seeking to publish her short story collection. Till then, she savors the magical world of words.
Medha Chowdhury from Kolkata, India
Medha is a software engineer by day who moonlights as a Storyteller-Poetess. A true blue Calcuttan, she is often found being easily distracted by fairylights and soft music, crying over rom-coms and sending out quiet words into the infinite universe.
Maniparna Sengupta Majumder from Kolkata, India
Maithreyi Chowdhury from Guwahati,Assam,India
Manish Agarwal from Kolkata, India
Muniza Tariq from New Delhi, India
Madhuri Prakash from Baharain