With the #BlackLivesMatter movement rising to prominence around the world, we’re working hand in hand with our authors, team, and contacts to shape a plan for better representation of black authors and books with topics of black culture, not just for now but for forever.
Here are just some of our amazing, diverse authors at Pegasus Publishers:
Neha Batool, a writing enthusiast and bibliophile, earned her Master's degree in Mass Communication in 2017.
Her writing journey started through the social media platform where she posted frequently and was appreciated by her followers on Wattpad.
Neha finds her inspiration in the facets of life amongst her family and friends. She is social, motivated, and believes every day brings a new adventure.
Having a great passion for literature, Neha will be taking another step in her academic career pursuing a Master's in English Literature from the University of Sussex. This is her first publication.
Rohit Dahya was born in 1960 in the Bay of Plenty, New Zealand, where his parents had migrated to India. He is one of five children. He has been happily married to Niru for thirty-six years and looks forward to many more. He and his wife have three children, now grown up. After working in manufacturing for thirty-four years and aged fifty-three, he was ready to try something new, so he wrote a book - here it is.
Sindhu Rajasekaran was born in Madras, India. Trained as an engineer, she became a writer and obtained a master's in creative writing from the University of Edinburgh. Her debut novel Kaleidoscopic Reflections was nominated for the Crossword Book Award in 2011. Her fiction has been published in the Asia Literary Review, Elsewhere Lit, Kitaab and Muse India, and appeared in anthologies. Sindhu is also a filmmaker and communications strategist. She produced an award-winning Indo-British feature film Ramanujan in 2014, has written scripts, and helped various start-ups and corporates tell their stories better.
Sandipan graduated from the University of Calcutta with a degree in engineering, moving on to postgraduate study in engineering at IIT Kharagpur.
Throughout his studies, he was in touch with rock bands. The journey of a rock band offers a rich vein of stories and Sandipan was inspired to bring those hidden tales of life and love, of tears and smiles to light in Moonflower.
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