In Conversation with Sasikala

Sasikala

About Sasikala

Sasikala was born and brought up in agricultural family background. She is pursuing her Ph.D research in English Literature at Sri GVG Visalakshi College for Women, Udumalpet and currently working as an assistant professor in English at Sakthi College of Arts and Science for Women, Oddanchatram. Her passion for reading books molded her so much of what she is today. She is an ardent lover of nature and she believes in spirituality. Her love for pets is always endless and her love for organic farming stays intact. As she hailed from agricultural family, she always likes to endure her help for farmers and prays best for them. She always makes her moment perfect. Her motto of life is “Live and Let Live”.

LiFT: Tell us about the theme of the anthology and how did you get to know about it?

Sasikala: Words are like threads that come together to form a meaningful pattern that brings our emotions to the fore in various ways.
Some of these threads tug at our heartstrings with their depth and purity and bind us in a loving embrace of warmth.
While some strings are pulled so hard that they break our souls and leave scars for life.
This anthology of poems and short stories will captivate the reader with the vivid patterns woven with words that will form an everlasting impression; for words they say have the power to hurt or heal, they can make you sing or singe, they can be the elixir of life or succour for the parched soul.
This anthology promises to bind you with threads of love and lure you into the magic world of words.

LiFT: What inspired you to write for this particular anthology?

Sasikala: This particular poem for this anthology is being inspired by a treasured travelling memories that has been been hidden deep inside and the longingness for many more new adventurous travel bind her to write this anthology.

LiFT: Where do you see yourself ten years down the line in the world of literature?

Sasikala: In next ten years, I want to see myself to hold a better position in writing, with better literary knowledge, skills and experience. I have made up my mind to invest my next few years in upskilling myself in writing a best version of literary pieces, with better version.

LiFT: What do you do apart from writing?

Sasikala: Other than writing, I would like to spent pretty much time with my pets,
like to explore hidden places with an adventurous ride,
like to go for a long drive,
Preparing and teaching for NET/SET exam,
Doing independent research work and invest my time in gardening variety of flower plants.

LiFT: Are you working on your own book? If yes, please tell us something about it.

Sasikala: Yes, my debut book is still unnamed and it’s been in a budding stage for past few years. Hoping to give it a color soon. It’s about a story of a young girl who fights against the odds that is being plotted against her.

LiFT: What are your suggestions to the budding writers/poets so that they could improve their writing skills?

Sasikala: Practice really does make perfect! My gentle suggestion would be suggesting the writers to enjoy their writing with utmost happiness. It’s not just a word that’s being written or printed in a written statement. It’s the soulful thoughts one’s own feelings & thoughts that are being poured out from the heart of the creator. Writers are artists who give life to a statue and never fail to give your best to give life for your writing.

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