Sreelekha Chatterjee

Sreelekha Chatterjee is a researcher and an editor. She has edited several scientific and social science books/journals. Her short stories have been published in a number of anthologies, online journals and magazines. She has a postgraduate degree in science from Calcutta University and is also a trained singer with a degree in music (Geeta Bharati). Her short story ‘CNG’, which she read at the Tall Tales Storytelling show in New Delhi in June 2014, received wide acclaim from audience for its unique narrative style and compelling story. She considers creative writing to be her true passion and believes in transforming her dreams into reality through the fictional characters created by her. Some of her short stories include ‘Wisdom of the Decision’ in Chicken Soup for the Indian Bride’s Soul (Westland Ltd, India), ‘Friendship Beyond Rules and Norms’ in Chicken Soup for the Indian Soul: On Friendship (Westland Ltd, India), ‘The Direct Approach’ in Wisdom of Our Mothers (Familia Books, USA), ‘A Sense of Sibling Love’in Chicken Soup for the Indian Soul: Celebrating Brothers and Sisters (Westland Ltd, India), ‘Wisdom So Uncommon’ in ‘Hope’: An Anthology of Literary Pieces (Lituminati, India), ‘The Fatal Pride’ in Crumpled Voices: Shades of Suffering (Gargi Publishers, India), ‘The Thirty-fifth Birthday’ (Criterion, India) and ‘A Sense of Touch’ (Femina, India).
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