FOR BEST AMONG THE SUBMITTED ART-WORK


TRAILBLAZER  Vedant Srinivas

Soumyadeep Roy

Sashank Macharla

DREAMSPINNER  Pooja Motwani

 

MASTERCRAFTER  Pooja Motwani

Neeraj Krishna

Jithin Kairamkonda

Rutvi Ashar`

BUDDINGWEAVER None

Trailblazer Award


MACABRE’S DINNER by  Vedant Srinivas

A macabre idea presented by delightful wordplay with a measured tapestry of suspense. Commendable combination of unique idea and excellent creative writing skill.- Jury

APV 326-1

 

Fitoor  by Sashank Macharla

Interesting idea. Hindi and English well mixed for communicating the theme. Well crafted poem.- Jury

APV 381-2

 

Light, Topi  and  Water vapor by Soumyadeep roy

Masterful exploration of an idea. Beautifully executed. Taking a historical trinket a completely new world has been woven with aplomb and brilliance.- Jury

APV EM11-01

Taking a cue from history, the writer weaves an immaculate anecdote of the delectable and elegant Lucknow culture and royal mood to convey the subtle tussle between antiquity and modernity in an interesting and stylistic manner. Beautiful idea, brilliantly executed- Jury.

APV EM11-02

Based on some intriguing and interesting idea, the story emanates a flavor of harshness not explicitly expressed yet silently communicated. The ending with a tinge of melancholy leaves a tailing trail though it comes a bit abruptly.- Jury

APV EM11-03

 

 


 

 

 


DREAMSPINNER Award


A letter by Pooja Motwani

An extremely refreshing and heart-warming poem. More and better use of descriptive metaphors would enrich the work. There was room for expanding the width and variety of feelings within the poem.- Jury

APV 329-1

Ghosts by  Pooja Motwani

(Mastercrafter Award Winner)

A poem that elevates — compelling and well written piece. Quite inspiring- Jury

APV 329-2


MASTERCRAFTER Award


LETTER TO A FAMILIAR STRANGER and   SOMETHING ABOUT HER by Neeraj Krishna

Lovely idea. Beautifully captures the feeling of losing someone that one is close to. Evocative and sensitive.- Jury

Letter-to-a-familiar-stranger

Well written. The use of vivid, descriptive metaphors has enriched the work. You, se of the sky lending a sense of vast openness- Jury

Something-about-her

Duty-a short fiction and Palindromish-an experimental fiction by  Jithin Kairamkonda

Clear, crisp and brilliant piece of writing that would appeal to children and adult alike.Though written in a cheeky playful style, it builds up to a sturdy punchline.- Jury

APV 390-1

Beautifully conceptualized, executed and packaged. Excellent idea and structuring of a visual engagement with language presented playfully yet intelligently.- Jury

APV 390-2

 

What I shall be when I grow up by Rutvi Ashar

A cute story that reflects on the contemporary tendency of parents to impose their career aspirations on thir children. However, there was room for creating separate clearer worlds for the characters by naming them appropriately to reflect their behavioral/ attitudinal traits.-Jury

APV 406-1

 

 

 

 

 

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