In Conversation with Sheen Kaul

Sheen Kaul

About Sheen Kaul

Sheen Kaul is a young writer who graduated from Cornell University. He is thirty years old, and he works in accounting.

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

Sheen Kaul: The anthology is an open genre book. But in the book the theme of my story is about making Pakistan a vibrant society for all minorities. I also want to make sure that Indians can be perceived as friendly. Part of the gap of India and Pakistan relations is that many Indians are displaced in their homelands, so I want to make it known that Indians can live in Pakistan and not feel their identities have been lost because of Partition.

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

Sheen Kaul: I wanted to figure out a way to better India and Pakistan relations.

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

Sheen Kaul: To do something more in the coming decade, I would have to discover an alternative topic.

LiFT: What do you do apart from writing?

Sheen Kaul: I work in accounting, and I love playing chess.

LiFT: What if your readers demand you to convert your short story into a full fledged novel? Would you do that?

Sheen Kaul: I don’t think so. I would like to see a short film of it produced.

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

Sheen Kaul: Choose a topic that is gut wrenching. Something that comes from the heart. It will be easier to write then.

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