“sharmishtha basu”

Sharmishtha Basu is a prolific writer, digital painter, blogger, and current resident of Kolkata, West Bengal, India. She has written an astonishing number of poems, stories, and commentary on things Indian over the years. She authors and moderates at least sixteen blogs as of this counting. She has produced a wide range of images to illustrate her works, and has published at least twenty-six book-length collections of her writings and images to date.

With a fertile imagination and keen understanding of social issues in India and thereabouts, her writings encompass such genres as culture, politics, fantasy, science fiction, horror, and matters of the heart. She is the creator and moderator of the twin eZines, Agnishatdal and Agnijaat, and continues her writing and painting unimpeded by those things that would discourage lesser creators of words and images.

She is currently keeps herself busy on hours of writing, reading, and creating evocative images. Tirelessly working on writing and painting projects, she spends much of her time immersed in music while painting, and it shows in the colorful results of her artistry, and writing with the music switched off.
Her social media mumbo-jumbo for you:
Wordpress:
https://agnijashatadalam.wordpress.com
https://agnijaat.wordpress.com
https://agnishatdalezine.wordpress.com
https://agnishatdal.wordpress.com
Blogspot:
https://agnijashatadalama.blogspot.in
Email id
agnijashatadalama@hotmail.com
agnijashatadalama@gmail.com
linkedin:
https://in.linkedin.com/in/authorsharmishthabasu
Amazon:
https://www.amazon.com/author/sharmishthabasu
If you want to encourage the struggling artist and writer with your huge-hearted generosity:
https://www.patreon.com/sharmishthabasu

biography written by Troy David Loy
https://www.amazon.com/author/troyloy

57 thoughts on ““sharmishtha basu”

  1. Thanks for visiting my blog Sharmishtha. I think you must be a very beautiful human being to write such lovely words. Please keep writing so people like me can enjoy them.

    1. i think i am very receptive to things around me, beautiful or otherwise. thanks for the loving words of praise, i will try my best to give you happiness through the coming works.

  2. You ought to join the Women’s Pages and share your work and thoughts there…. http://womenspages.wordpress.com. It’s a page for us to talk together, share inspiration, resources, work, thoughts… All writers welcome (yes, even the men, who can be “guest contributors!” We want everyone to get more writing done, more satisfying creativity flowing, more published!
    Carol Burbank
    Facilitator, Accokeek Women’s Writing Group
    Storyweaving Coaching (www.storyweaving.com)

  3. Hello πŸ™‚ Thank you for liking one of my posts! It’s an honor for me. We shared the same dream πŸ™‚ I dream to publish a a book too. God bless. I hope I can hear fro you more πŸ™‚

  4. Thank you for liking my poem today. Keep writing. What a lovely page this is! (((Hugs)))

  5. You have an admirable ambition and a lovely blog. Thank you for stopping by The Brass Rag. I hope we will hear from you again very soon. Meanwhile, happy writing.

  6. So glad you liked my haiku on “Randa Lane….” We’re featuring a series on learning to write haiku and would be honored to have you join us. I have just begun to explore your writings and find them to be refreshing, positive, and inspirational. Well done!
    Best Success In Writing,
    -R-

  7. Good to read about you…
    For poems – After 4 lines, give extra line space.Keep the poem in multiple of 4 lines. i.e. 4 lines, 8 lines, 12 lines, 16 lines etc.it will help in reading. beyond 4, our eyes get confused.

    For your blog: Check and apply: http://goo.gl/HfMbNK
    Now if someone visits your blog, he/she may like the post without opening the post separately. It will help you get more likes on the blog.

    Glad you follow my blog – http://YourWellWisherProgram.wordpress.com
    Your Well Wisher Program is No NGO setup, No big costs, No team formed, No copyright protected, No solution patented, individual effort in an – Attempt to solve commonly known problems.

  8. How do manage so many WordPress accounts? You must be a juggler. Thanks for visiting my site. I will have to wait till the weekend to explore your site. Do not get much time during the week.

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