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Suyashi Smridhi

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Suyashi Smridhi is an aspiring writer and journalist from Patna. Her work has appeared on platforms like sbcltr.in, Coldnoon- International Journal of Travel Writing and Travelling Cultures amongst others. She is an alumnus of the Summer Institute, University of Iowa, a two-week creative writing cum cultural exchange program between India, Pakistan and the US.

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