Madhulika Liddle is an Indian who worked in hospitality, advertising and instructional design before deciding to devote all her energies to writing in English. Over the years, several of her short stories have been published in anthologies or have won awards. Her story A Morning Swim, about an eight-year old orphan who dives into the Yamuna to collect coins in order to make ends meet, won the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association’s Short Story Competition in 2003. Madhulika lives in New Delhi, India, and spends her spare time reading (mainly historical detective fiction), watching old cinema, and — whenever possible — traveling.This entry was posted in Alumni and tagged English, fiction. Bookmark the permalink.
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