FLASH MOB 2013

The International Flash Fiction Day Competition

Asia

MEET THE MOBSTERS

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Abha IyeAbha Iyengar (2)ngar TOP 15 FINALIST (left) is an award-winning, internationally published poet, author and a British Council certified creative writing mentor. Her poem-film, Parwaaz won the Special Jury Prize in Greece. She received the Lavanya Sankaran Writing Fellowship (2009-10). Her published works are ‘Yearnings’ (poetry), ‘Flash Bites’ (flash fiction), and ‘Shrayan’ (fantasy). Website: www.abhaiyengar.com.

Neelam Saxena Chandra (right) is an engineer by profession (working in Indian Railways as Director (IT)). Writing poetry and fiction is her passion. More than four hundred of her stories/poems have been published in various leading Indian (such as Woman’s Era, Alive, Sarita, Grihshobha, Grihlaxmi, Naya Gyanodaya, Kathakram, VaDSC_1400newnita, Nandan, Champak, Chandamama, Reader’s Forum, Suman Saurabh etc) as well as international journals such as Torrid Literary journal, The Camel Saloon, Inspiration mag, Ruminations journal, Tongue Journal,  The Criterion, E-fiction, Enchanting Verses, Frog croon, Saraba, Ewoman etc. Three of her children’s story books have also been published by Room to Read, Naman and Sahni Publications. Her poems/stories have been published in various international anthologies such as ON THE BRINK (By Spectacle Publishing), HEALING WAVES (By Skywarrior Publications), PHO FOR LIFE, SAARC ANTHOLOGY OF POETRY 2011, VAANI, Chicken soup , Anthology by British Council on Rabindranath Tagore, In your own words and In Priase-In memory-In Ink (Brian Wixon anthologies) etc.

IMG_0612RK Biswas (left) is a writer based in India. Her stories and poems have been published all over the world. She has also won a few accolades here and there, including the first prize in The Anam Cara Writers Retreat Short Story contest 2012. Her novel Culling Mynahs and Crows and a book of her short stories The Vanishing Man and Other Imperfect Men will be published in 2013 by Lifi Publications, India.

Jeffrey Miller (right) has spent the last two decades flitting around Asia as a university lecturer and writer, including a six-year stint as a feature writer for The Korea Times, South Korea’sJeffMiller oldest English-language newspaper. Originally from LaSalle, Illinois, he relocated to South Korea in 1990 where he nurtured a love for spicy Korean food, Buddhist temples, and East Asian History. He divides his time between South Korea and Laos, where his wife Aon, and three sons Bia, Jeremy Aaron, and Joseph reside. He is the author of five books including the award-winning War Remains and his most recent, Ice Cream Headache.
Jodhpur fort Miriam with musiciansMiriam Drori (left) was born and brought up in London and now lives with her family in Jerusalem. Her taste of being published, online and in two anthologies, has given her an appetite for more. Miriam blogs at http://andewallscametumblindown.wordpress.com/ and never wastes an opportunity to mention social anxietDSCN0764y.
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Joan Bailey (right) is a writer and farmer currently living in Tokyo where she has the great pleasure to get her hands dirty on an organic farm in the city.
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Chris Chris Galvin-author photoGalvin (left) writes and edits in Canada and Viet Nam. Her work has appeared in numerous anthologies and literary journals, including PRISM International, Descant, BluePrintReview, Pure Slush, and others. When she’s not writing, Chris can usually be found in the kitchen, the garden or the middle of a good book. She is currently working on a non-fiction collection.
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Blog - PicAyon Banerjee (right) is a corporate professional who works as a Director and business head (Asia, Australia and New Zealand) for a Fortune 500 multinational organization.In his spare time, Ayon is a fitness enthusiast and a free lance writer. His posts and  articles enjoy a large readership across the world and his writing cuts across genres and target audiences, from students, to families to business persons to complete strangers.

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  3. Hands down, Abha, prose as crisp and fragrant as the dried leaves in her hands, imagery, scent, coming to terms with memory (a favorite theme), so far my number one. And Joan, why are you fucking around and not writing more fiction. Yes, it’s hard and lonely, but so is everything else, so why not? As a group, the most consistent. (Yeah, I know, who asked you?)

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