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Reema Moudgil

Reema Moudgil has been a journalist since 1994 and has written on cinema, theatre, gender issues, music, art, architecture and more. Her first novel Perfect Eight was published in 2010 and was recently prescribed as a post graduation text in the post colonial Indian writing course in Jyothi Niwas College, Bangalore. She also won an award for her writing/book from the Public Relations Council of India in association with Bangalore University. Since 2010, she has co-founded Unboxed Writers (currently being rebooted), edited Chicken Soup for the Soul-Indian Women, and translated Dominican poet Josefina Baez’s book Comrade Bliss Ain’t Playing in Hindi. She is also an Urdu, English and Hindi RJ and as an artist, has exhibited her work in India and the US. 

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