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Midnight Musings (Get Published in a Book) - Writing Challenge

Pratishtha Khattar | Paradox & Metaphors

by Pratishtha Khattar | Paradox & Metaphors

This is your chance to be published and get going on your dream! GoSocial is launching a book challenge and will be selecting the 50 best poems which will be published in an e-book later this year.

The poems will be judged by Himanshu Goel (Author of 52 Laws of Love) and Pratishtha Khattar (Founder of Paradox & Metaphors)

Participants are required to submit poems that follow the themes of how we feel when we’re anxious and restless. Their pieces should express the typical moods we tend to feel when our memories & experiences come to life as we hit the bed. Poetry is among the best ways to express this feeling. We want to capture these whispers from anxious hearts in our anthology.

The poems can be about dealing with mental health problems, surviving them, and overcoming them to become stronger individuals.

About the Editors (and creators of this challenge):

Himanshu Goel:

Himanshu Goel is a 25-year-old author from Chandigarh India. He has published over 300 poems and known for his poetry collections such as A Rational boy in Love, 52 Laws of Love and more. He currently blogs at Instagram.com/lighthouse_foodie where he has over 65,000 followers

Pratishtha Khattar:

Pratishtha Khattar is the founder of ‘Paradox & Metaphors’, a creative writing blog featuring poetry & prose on everyday life. At 25, she is a management consultant by profession and an avid writer by passion. With an undying passion for curiosity, her work explores themes of self-love, relationships, women empowerment, mental health, etc. using mediums of short-fiction, micro-poetry and contemporary prose. She has been featured & acclaimed among ‘Upcoming Female Indian Writers’ by leading media houses such as Harper’s Bazaar, Cosmopolitan, Femina, Hindustan Times, etc. Her work has been published across multiple books/magazines across India, US and UK.

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