Michelle D’costa is an Indian born(1991) and raised in Bahrain.
Her prose and poetry can be found in The Madras Mag, The Bombay Literary Magazine, Open Road Review among others.
She edits fiction for Jaggery Literary Magazine.
Her short stories were shortlisted/longlisted for The Open Road Review short fiction contest (2015) and The Out of Print- DNA short fiction contest (2015 and 2016).
She has interviewed writers such as Tendai Huchu, Tanuj Solanki, Mohit Parikh, Rheea Mukherjee, Janice Pariat, Kaushik Barua, Manu Bhattathiri, Sharanya Manivannan and Hansda Sowvendra Shekhar for her blog.
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