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"Sumira, Welcome to the Writers of Indian/South Asian origin group. I just started this group about a week ago, and am still getting the hang of She Writes and how to invite friends, but I hope our group will be a great resource for writers of the…"
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Writers of Indian/South Asian origin

Support for writers trying not to use the word "vermillion" in their work and in need of support on how to write about South Asia or South Asian culture in an intelligent, non-exotifying way.
Mar 14, 2010
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Who I am:
http://measuredsteps.blogspot.com/
Media outlets that I currently write for:
Online - blogs, websites
My writing is:
Fiction, Journalism, Blog Posts
I'm part of these writers' groups or salons:
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At 7:15am on March 14, 2010, Minal Bopaiah said…
Sumira,

Welcome to the Writers of Indian/South Asian origin group. I just started this group about a week ago, and am still getting the hang of She Writes and how to invite friends, but I hope our group will be a great resource for writers of the South Asian diaspora.

Please let me know if you have questions,
Minal
 
 
 

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