Write Words that Define You
Everyone who writes, wants to write well, so they can convey a message to the audience. Even if the audience is the writer himself/herself.
Be it a college application essay, a small personal anecdote, a nonfiction article, a short story, or a greeting, every written word has an audience.
You want to write smart, write to express.
MEET THE CHIEF EDITOR
Ajay and his LLA team have spent more than a decade helping writers and clients edit and improve their work.
The author of a short story collection, From a Tilted Pail (Queen's Ferry Press), Ajay has work published or forthcoming in over a hundred literary journals and newspapers, including Southern Humanities Review, The Minnesota Review, Smokelong Quarterly, Times of India, Sou'wester, and The Baltimore Review.
One of Ajay's stories, Snake Walk, is part of the teaching plan and exercise at BetterLesson, a website for educators with more than 1.4 million members.
His flash fiction Blanks was picked by Pulitzer Prize winning author, Robert Olen Butler, as one of the finalists for Best Short Fiction 2015.
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