I can guaranty that there won’t be a single person in India who doesn’t know this amazing visionary poet, storyteller and musician of Bengal; the honor of India, The Bard of Bengal; Rabindranath Tagore. Let's read his Selected Short Stories published as Penguin Classics
Padma Bhushan Qurratulain Hyder: An influential Urdu storyteller - #BlogchatterA2Z One of the most important Indian voices of the twentieth century.
Meet Philip Ó Ceallaigh , who has spent his childhood pretty much in solitary in the company of books and his youthful years travelling in Eastern Europe doing variety of jobs and developed his story writing with the capital of experience you have gathered while traveling.
Many times, you are so engrossed in the story that you are almost living with the characters from the story. However, as you reach the climax storyteller pulls out the smartest trick of revealing something shocking which will twist the entire story. Today's storyteller is a master of such surprises, O. Henry.
Have you ever got attracted to fantasy, horror and ironic humor at the same time? Then, my friends, you should definitely check out Neil Gaiman, the master of contemporary fiction.
For day 13 of #BlogchatterA2Z, I would like to introduce you to a fiery Dnyanapeeth of India. Mahasweta Devi is a legendary Bengali storyteller and a political, socio-economical activist. I am putting her Bitter Soil story collection in my TBR. to know more about it, check this link.