Founder: Rhiti Bose
Rhiti Bose is a writer/blogger/reviewer who is also the founder of the e-zine Incredible Women of India. She has a first class Master’s degree in English Literature from the University of Madras. She has done her Teacher’s Training, PGCE from Manchester Metropolitan University, UK and holds a Child Psychology, Psychotherapy and Counselling Post-Graduate Diploma from The School of Natural Health and Science, London, UK. She has 6 years of experience in Education/Training. She has spent two years working with The Refugee Council, Sheffield, UK mentoring and counseling Bangladeshi and Liberian refugee children.
Her works have been published in Femina, feminafastfiction.com, learningandcreativity.com, Readomania.com and she is also a part of short story collection, An Atlas of love, published by Rupa. Her poems are a part of poetry collections Kaafiyaana and Umbilical Chords: An Anthology on Parents Remembered.
When not reading, writing or curating stories for IWI, you can find Rhiti watching Bollywood masala movies, baking or playing with her children. She believes in kindness and love and hopes to spread the same through IWI. She currently resides in Bhubaneswar with her husband, daughter and son.
Rhiti also blogs at The Scattered thoughts of Mrs. Bose.
Associate Editor: Indrani Ganguly
Indrani Ganguly is a manuscript editor with over 15 years of experience in all genres of editing, shifting gears from news, academic, Science-Technology-Medicine, lifestyle and law, though fiction remains her first love. She has done her graduation from St Xavier’s College (University of Calcutta) majoring in English Literature and her post-graduation in Journalism from Indian Institute of Mass Communication, specializing in Print Journalism. She started her career in the newsroom of a leading national daily – Hindustan Times, where she was in charge of the International desk.
She has edited high academic books for many well-known publishers like Oxford University Press, Palgrave Macmillan, Collins India, Lexis-Nexis, John Wiley to name a few. She was also the consulting editor of lifestyle magazine ThnkMkt and has contributed many articles for the same. She also had a brief stint in teaching language and composition to undergraduate students. She is currently the Managing Editor of Readomania and has edited many of their bestselling titles like Mock, Stalk & Quarrel (arguably India’s first collection of satirical stories; her first solo anthology), The Madras Affair, The Curse of Nalanda, Cabbing All The Way, Confessions on an Island, In The Light of Darkness, Birds of Prey, Onaatah—of the Earth, Cantilevered Tales. Indrani also edited Readomania’s first non-fiction book, In Search of Ram Rajya—A Journey through UP Politics. She was also the editorial mentor for Defiant Dreams – Tales of Everyday Divas. She is currently working on some very exciting upcoming projects of Readomania.
In the very little leisure time that she gets, Indrani loves to read thrillers, modern interpretations of mythological tales and books based on culinary history and evolution. She is passionate about punning and uses her wit to get out of sticky situations. She is a die-hard alternative rock and Celtic music aficionado and an ardent foodie. Indrani lives in Kolkata with her daughter Aahana.
She can be reached at email@example.com.
Associate Editor: Radhika Maira Tabrez
Radhika Maira Tabrez is a mother, writer, writing coach, freelance trainer and a motivational speaker. Her debut novel, ‘In The Light Of Darkness’, was awarded the ‘Muse India – Satish Verma Young Writer Award’ in 2016. This literary fiction novel, released in August 2016, has opened up to a grand reception and has been receiving rave reviews and critical acclaim from fellow writers and readers alike.
Before her foray into writing, Radhika was a Learning and Development professional with over twelve years of experience spanning ITeS, Travel, Telecom and BFSI sectors, during which she held many senior management positions. She is an MBA in Human Resources from SIBM, Pune; where she went on to become the first and till-date the only female to be elected as President of the Students’ Council.
She is an active member of the Kalam Library Project and the founder of Roots and Wings – a skills enhancement program for children where she helps them nurture and develop their creative minds and expressions through theatre, music, dance and community building activities.
Her writings regularly feature on Readomania.com and her Facebook Page : ‘Just a thought – By Radhika Maira Tabrez’. Her stories have been published and recieved with rave reviews, in UnBound; Sankarak, Defiant Dreams, When They Spoke and Mock, Stalk & Quarrel.
Radhika lives a quiet life in a small town called Unchahar, with her husband, son and four birds. She is currently working on a novella series with two other phenomenal women writers and on her second novel.
Content Development: Diya Dhar
An avid reader and a compulsive bookworm, Diya Dhar has always believed in the power of words to make a difference. She has done her postgraduation in English Literature from University of Delhi and has since then been working as a part of the Readomania team. She has also written many pieces as a Contributing Writer for the fashion and lifestyle magazine TMM-ThnkMkt. When not devouring books, Diya prefers to stay at home listening to music or going all fluffy while watching cute animal videos.
Content Development, Marketing, and Events: Piyusha Vir
After a seemingly satisfying career as a Hotel Sales Professional, Piyusha Vir is now a reformed reader and a re-born writer.
Her story In Search of Mr. Perfect is one of the 29 stories that are a part of Mock, Stalk & Quarrel – a collection of satirical tales published by Readomania.
Many of her articles have been published in various publications and websites like Sheroes.com; Womensweb.in; LBB Delhi; QwertyThoughts; MumbaiMom.com; QSM Magazine; Thnkmkt and more. More of her short stories appear on her blog – Wandering Soul and on Readomania.com.
When not pretending to work for Readomania, she can be spotted pretending to read or write while actually trying to eavesdrop on the conversation at the next table.