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Michelle D'costa

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Michelle D’costa is a Mangalorean from Mumbai. She was born and raised in Bahrain. She works at Bound, a literary company. Her poetry and prose have been published in journals like Out Of Print, Eclectica, Litro UK, Queen Mob’s Teahouse, Coldnoon, Vayavya, Guftugu and more.  She loves to interview writers. Her debut short story and poetry collections are complete. She edits Kaani, an ezine for fiction. She talks about books on YouTube and blogs on WordPress.

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10 thoughts on “Bio”

  1. First of all, let me thank you for publishing excellent interviews of upcoming writers on your blog. For me, this is a well of information and inspiration.
    I found your blog after having read your short story “My King” on Bombay review. Your story is very refreshing. It engages the audience despite having no extreme highs and lows. There is almost no action. The story comes full circle and surprises the reader. Now, I shall be always worried about what auto-rickshaw wallas may be thinking about me whenever I am alone in an auto. Jokes apart, it was a wonderful representation of an auto ride. Sometimes our thoughts can make a story. Once again, thank you for this wonderful story.

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  2. Eagerly came to your blog, being directed by Commonwealth Writers’ twitter account. Not at all disappointed, Michelle. Nice to get to know an acknowledged writer 🙂 I like your interviews, they add new dimensions!

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  3. nice to meet you Michelle, it was really interesting to read your words… i was wondering, do you have any portuguese ancestors? your name ‘Costa’ is so from here 🙂 PedroL

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