SOWING SEEDS OF REVOLT By Neel Anil Panicker Jiten Manjhi turned around and looked over at his friend and beyond at the wide arid farmland that spread out before his eyes for acres and acres. “A huge come down, ain’t this?” his friend Soren Lakra hollered as he dug his shovel deep into the hard … Continue reading neelwrites/sowingseedsofrevolt/flashfictionforaspiringwriters/shortstory/28/04/2018


Hosted by the enterprising and ever helpful Reena at What is it that makes you feel powerful? What is that strength which makes your time on this planet worthwhile? FLY ME HIGH UP THE SKY By Neel Anil Panicker MONDAY, 12 NOON, FACULTY ROOM ‘Dammit, I have another class after this. Hate teaching a … Continue reading neelwrites/flymehigh/reena’sexplorationchallenge#week6#1884words/10/05/2017

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September 21: Flash Fiction Challenge Hosted by Carrot Ranch at THE HARVEST By Neel Anil Panicker All his life Ramprasad had been a gardener. While others of his age and village had long traded the ‘bland’ rural environs for the bold charms of the big city, he had stuck around, preferring to tend to his … Continue reading neelwrites/theharvest/flashfiction/shortstory/99words/September 21: Flash Fiction Challenge/22/09/2017


FFfAW Challenge-Week of June 13, 2017 For other wonderful flash fiction stories click onthe blue frog below: Hosted by the ever wonderful PJ at CASTLED This week’s photo prompt is provided by The Magicsticgoldenrose. Thank you for our photo prompt! By Neel Anil Panicker I climbed up the hill and suddenly, all of a sudden, … Continue reading neelwrites/castle/FFfAW/168words/14/06/2017


Written as part of a weekly challenge Sunday Photo Fiction May 28th 2017 at get the InLinkz code   A DEVIL IS BORN      (#2 of LOVERS)   By Neel Anil Panicker His birth heralded a death. His mother’s. The night he was born there was no electricity in his village, a remote impoverished village tucked in … Continue reading neelwrites/SPF/devilisborn/#02oflovers/28/05/2017


A GIRL CHILD AWAITS   Thursday photo prompt: Inside-out #writephoto By Neel Anil Panicker The mellifluous pitter patter of raindrops as they hit roof tops and self assuredly snaked their way down building walls and factory pipes to surrender themselves to the dank earth still held her in wonderment. Back in her village, Bindu had often … Continue reading neelwrites/agirlchildawaits/thursdayphotoprompt/250words/19/05/2017