Is there a specific theme or topic that my submission needs to follow?
No, there isn't! The India Writing Project is all about providing a platform for creative freedom. You can choose any topic or theme for your submission, as long as it aligns with general ethical guidelines. Whether you wish to explore a deeply personal narrative, ponder over a global issue, or delve into a fantastic world, the choice is yours. We celebrate diversity in thought and encourage you to write about what truly moves you.
When are the submission deadlines?
The submission deadlines for the India Writing Project are absolute, with no extensions granted. The final date for submissions for the current season is 15th March 2024. It's crucial to respect this deadline to ensure your work is considered for ...
Is there a minimum page count for a submission?
For the India Writing Project, we do not have a minimum page count requirement. Instead, we have set a word limit for submissions. The minimum word limit for any submission is 50 words, and the maximum limit is 1500 words. This range accommodates ...
What specific qualification or background is required to participate in the program?
There are no specific qualifications or backgrounds required to participate in the India Writing Project. Our program is open to everyone, irrespective of their educational background, profession, or age. All you need is a passion for writing and a ...
Do I have to write on a specific topic for the India Writing Project or can I choose my own?
In the India Writing Project contests, you are not limited to writing on a specific topic. The contest is open to any topic of your own choosing. There are no restrictions on the topics, genres, or styles of writing. You are encouraged to explore ...
What kind of writings are accepted for the program?
The India Writing Project encourages diversity in writing and creativity. We accept a wide range of writings, including essays, poems, articles, and short stories. The subject or topic of your writing is entirely up to your preference - there are no ...