Anita’s Attic in the Times of India, Bengaluru edition


GS Kumar of the Times Of India on the Creative writing Mentorship program at Anita’s Attic, dated April 7, 2015.

They’ve been trained for 12 weeks (12 Saturdays) as part of Anita’s Attic, a creative writing and mentorship programme. The April 11 event will mark their graduation and see them reading out from their best works. It’s an attempt to help aspiring authors hone their skills and find their voice,” said Anita. The motley group includes journalists, engineers, professional writers, a student, professor, filmmaker and veterinarian.

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  1. Betty Saldanha says:

    am writing my third book titled :The Music Therapist Wife and the Meaning of Life”. Is it something that Anitas Attic would publish. If you would like to see some sample chapters, where could I send them.
    have a masters in mas comm and journalism, and also have a music degree. have veered on to this profession since last 20 years, as I find too much passive sitting down in the writing profession.