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    Posted December 30, 2013 by
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    Minds @ Work 2 unvieled by First Step Publishing


    After the success that First Step Publishing received for Minds @ Work 1 which was a compilation of short stories and poems, First Step Publishing has come up with Minds@Work 2. This time though Minds@Work 2 is a collection of poetry by 25 poets.
    In all a collection of 109 poems. selected writers are
    1 Shalini Katyal
    2 Sandhita Agarwal
    3 Ila Garg
    4 Barkha Parikh
    5 Sanhita Baruah
    6 Rajdeep Kosode
    7 Neelam Saxsena Chandra
    8 Anjali Khurana
    9 Yaseen Anwer
    10 Waseem Malla
    11 Lovita Morang Polo
    12 Aman Jakhar
    13 Sadia Khan
    14 Rohan Kachalia
    15 Nehali Lalwani
    16 Ankita Shrivastava
    17 Soham Majumdar
    18 Prateek Singh
    19 Renu Sethi
    20 Janaki Nagaraj
    21 Vijayeta Tirkey Kataria
    22 Meghant Parmar
    23 Surbhi Thukral
    24 Shewta Kesari
    25 Nikhil Chandwani


    Received well over 300 entries it was a difficult task for selecting 25 writers and we are sure that these 25 deserve to be a part of Minds@Work 2


    Whereas for Minds @ Work 1 goes
    selected writers were
    1. Siddhi Aras
    2. Aseem Rastogi
    3. Ambrish Surve
    4. Paulami Dattagupta
    5. Yash Gaur
    6. Susma Sharma Gurumanyum
    7. Pragya Chaturvedi
    8. Sugandha Bhandhari
    9 Rohit Shetty


    Creating national and international records and doing what they do best First Step Publishing is indeed "Paving Ways For New Writers"


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