Episode 3

Welcome to episode three of The Independent Writers Podcast!

We hope you enjoy our featured writers.  Remember, without YOUR original work, we won’t have a podcast to share with our audience. So  keep your submissions coming for future episodes, and encourage your friends, family, and followers to listen, rate, and subscribe.

On this episode we have,

  • “Years Ago” By Smita Amit
    • Born in a talented family, Smita Amit is an educationist. With more than 20 years of experience in the field of senior secondary education. She is a biologist by training but a poet and artist at heart .She has been writing since she was eight . Her poem was awarded a consolation prize in Shankar’s years ago. Due to an early marriage to an army officer and subsequent responsiblities, Smita Amit never took up writing seriously. Her work as a scriptwriter, magazine editor ,articles and short stories writer (for magazines etc.) has always been appreciated both in the army circles as well as in her professional forays. She is A trained classical dancer , a singer and also dabbles in sitar. She writes in hindi as well as english. Scripts for plays in school ,short stories, religion and delving into archaeology as well as old historical themes are some of her other interests .Smita Amit is Developing a website shortly
  • “The Creepy Mirror” By Samantha Begay
    • Samantha Begay is married with children. She has only recently returned to writing. She is hoping that her writing will inspire her children in the wonder and joy of both writing and reading. More of her work can be found at samanthabegay.wordpress.com.
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