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.
Content Development, Marketing, and Events: Piyusha Vir
A CELTA-certified English Language and Creative Writing Coach, Piyusha Vir quit her high-profile hotel sales career and turned to writing in 2015.
Her writings on various platforms like Sheroes, LBB Delhi, Readomania, Momspresso and Womens Web have won her much accolades and appreciation.
She has authored two books – Just Another Day-a collection of thriller short stories, and Dashavatar-Stories of Lord Vishnu, both published by Readomania Publishing.
She blogs at https://wanderingsoulwriter.com/
When not pretending to work, she can be spotted pretending to read or write while actually trying to eavesdrop on the conversation at the next table.