This is your chance to be a PG Wodehouse, a Saki, a Roald Dahl!
Atta Galatta, in collaboration with editor Shinie Antony, announces a humour anthology. Send in your ha-ha stories between now and November - fiction, non-fiction, travelogue, memoir, mythology, history, satire, spoof, slapstick, anything - in approximately 2000 words.
Writer Shinie Antony has edited the anthologies Kerala, Kerala, Quite Contrary and Why We Don't Talk, and is also bestselling writer Chetan Bhagat's editor. She won the Commonwealth Asia region short story prize in 2003 and is co-founder of the Bangalore Literature Festival.
Send in your entry to firstname.lastname@example.org and make us laugh!
Shinie Antony has written four short-story collections - The Orphanage for Words, Barefoot and Pregnant, Seance on a Sunday Afternoon and Planet Polygamous. She has compiled the anthologies Kerala, Kerala, Quite Contrary and Why We Don't Talk. She has won the Asia region prize from the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association for her story 'A dog's death' in 2003 and is co-founder of the Bangalore Literature Festival.
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