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  • More LiveJournal Initiatives in India + Winners of Quick Tales Flash Fiction Contest

    More LiveJournal Initiatives in India + Winners of Quick Tales Flash Fiction Contest

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    We got a fantastic response for ‘Quick Tales -The LiveJournal-Caferati Flash Fiction Contest’ that we put together for our client LiveJournal.com– a total of 1052 valid entries; a short-list of 134 entries, thanks to superb quality writing and the resultant tied scores, promised that the reputed panel of judges had their task cut out for them. The top 134 entries are now available for reading and comments here. Winners were announced earlier this week at a short-story reading session we organized with Oxford Bookstore, New Delhi. Total fun it was, for us, for participants and I am sure… for the winners.
    We plan to keep doing more such activities on India Writing which is a global forum which aims to bring together Indian writers, across geographies, genres and forms. India Writing supports web users who share a passion for creative writing and who want to use LiveJournal to widen their audience and raise their profile.
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    LiveJournal also unveiled brand new India communities on cinema and sport respectively – do check them out:

    1. India Movies – which aims to bring leading voices from the movie Industry, critics and fans together on one common forum. The community is moderated by Deepa Gahlot, national award winning film critic from Mumbai.
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    3. India Sport – a vibrant community which will share Indian sport in all its dimensions, with G Rajaraman, one of the most credible sport editors in the country.

    Also check out India Travels community which we launched sometime ago in partnership with Kunzum. This community is aimed at those who live in India who want to write about the great places they have visited and those outside who want to find out about hidden treasures.
    More India specific action coming up on LiveJournal – watch this space :)

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