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Editors Meenakshi Bharat and Sharon Rundle


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Alien Shores
Meenakshi Bharat & Sharon Rundle bring you another exciting volume of Short Stories from Australia and the Indian subcontinent.

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Fear Factor
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Short Stories from Australia and the Indian subcontinent.
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Doctor of Creative Arts, Bachelor of Education.
UTS Alumni Award for Excellence 2010, UTS Faculty of Education SMSA Medallion and Prize, Commonwealth Foundation Short Story Prize.

Editor of Glass Walls; Only Connect; Alien Shores; Fear Factor Terror Incognito. The Society of Women Writers NSW Inc.Women's Ink!.
Author of Changes & Chances; Co-author of Round Table Writing and Round Table Magic


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GLASS WALLS:
Stories about Tolerance and Intolerance from the Indian subcontinent and Australia.

Editors Meenakshi Bharat and Sharon Rundle.
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Indian Link Glass Walls Book Review by Salma Shah.

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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 4, 2019 Verified Purchase
'Excellent collection of short stories tackling immensely important and relevant topics! My favorites were closer by David malouf, the last game drive by Janhavi acharekar and the wedding gift by Meenakshi Bharat.
A must be read collection for anyone interested in broadening they're minds and exploring different people and thoughts! Five stars".

Punekar 5.0 out of 5 stars The book makes you introspect
Reviewed in India on October 2, 2019. Verified Purchase
"This collection of stories tackles a wide variety of subjects and is categorised into Family, Race, Gender, Religion and so on and that is why I enjoyed the book. One could pick and choose a story to read depending on one’s mood. I specifically liked the stories on Family and Gender. The stories on race brought out the dichotomy that exists in all of us, as mentioned in the introduction to the book. Right thinking people are determined not to be biased and want to do the right thing but the subconscious mind often has another agenda. The rational aspect of the personality loses out in certain circumstances. This is brought out in the stories on family too, particularly the story titled “The Wedding Gift”. Another story I liked was the one titled “Henry”. We behave in the most irrational ways but we are not bad people, not really, just human. All the stories are not equally good, but all of them touch something inside your heart."

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Best Tolerance Of Intolerance of 2020 - Top Rated & Reviewed Books by Freda Nitzsche.




Agathokakological Aussie Summer,
Forthcoming an online short story mosaic project.
Watch this space!
Submissions have now closed.

Our story mosaic began as a small project to publish short stories during the Covid19 pandemic. It created a ‘buzz’ and several writers became interested in contributing to it. Our contributing writers come from a wide range of backgrounds, as you will see from their bio notes at the end of each story. They are also at varying stages as writers, some well published, others emerging. We sincerely thank them all for their generous contribution to this exciting online story mosaic.
Authors responded from Australia, India and around the globe, each with a story that connects Indians with Australians, with the added element of an Australian summer (real or metaphorical). Nonetheless, you will find that this provided plenty of scope for stories both memoir based and purely fiction from the contributing writers. Stories of birth, death, marriage, old age, relationships, friendship, food, dangerous beaches, lost souls, and living through a pandemic – and of course, cricket – what Indian-Australian collaboration could ignore stories about cricket?

Indranil Halder and Sharon Rundle in Australia worked with brilliant web designer Helen Whitehead in the UK to create a collection of stories connecting India and Australia in this online Story Mosaic. In the Agathokakological Aussie Summer Story Mosaic Image, links to the stories are embedded in stars. The still photo image of the window was contributed by Indranil Halder. Helen Whitehead an expert in innovative technology and online story projects created the technology and a very special interface designed specifically for this mosaic.

Agathokakological Aussie Summer, a collection of stellar stories is our gift to the writing community during this difficult time of pandemic. With such a wide selection in this mosaic, we are sure you will find stories that you enjoy.

Editors Indranil Halder and Sharon Rundle.
Website Designer, Manager and Editor, Helen Whitehead.


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Phoenix Story Mosaic 2020,
from Season of Inspiration Writers,
an anthology of short poems and prose,
Forthcoming online short story project from the Season of Inspiration 2.
Editors Helen Whitehead and Sharon Rundle.
Website Designer, Manager and Editor, Helen Whitehead.

The Peacock Memosaic 2010
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An Interactive Global Online Writing Course




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