Meet Our Writers
SUMMER ISSUE 2023
A literature student, who enjoys reading, writing and binge-watching movies. She is deeply interested in Japanese culture and the vast array of Japanese literature. Her past times include watching cat videos or videos of booktubers reviewing books!
Muskan Dhar is a Qualitative Data Scientist based out of Jammu and Kashmir.
"I primarily transcript, translate and analyse data for research scholars and international organisations. My research interests span across themes of memory, sexualities, military and masculinity, religion, politics of languages and resistance movements. I am also keen to explore the medium of documentary filmmaking."
My work/writings can be found at: https://linktr.ee/muskandhar
Born and raised in Kathmandu, Puja is an enthusiastic learner. She finds meaning and joy in engaging in deep conversations with people and immersing herself in new cultures. With a passion for storytelling, Puja uses mediums like photography, writing, and painting to tell stories. Currently, based in the New York metropolitan area, she is pursuing her Master's in International Relations and is curious to understand how global movements are gendered.
Simran is a freelance writer from Darjeeling. She runs कथाkokatha an independent blog engaging with multiple & alternative narratives of the Eastern Himalayan region, particularly Darjeeling and Kalimpong. She likes reminiscing on the ideas of Home and community. She is currently researching Land & it's intersections under Land Conflict Watch.
Tashi is a multi-talented individual hailing from Nepal, known for her expertise as a storyteller, filmmaker, and passionate advocate for climate justice. Currently, she serves as a research fellow at Vrikshya Foundation, lending her skills towards addressing environmental concerns. In addition, Tashi is a distinguished fellow at the renowned New York based organization, Girl Rising. Having recently graduated from Hindu College, University of Delhi with a degree in Political Science, she aspires to make a significant impact in the realm of climate change and politics. Tashi's off-duty interests encompass a love for reading non-fiction, engaging in writing pursuits, and embarking on solo trekking adventures.