Interview of Saniya Rohida by Richa Gupta // I am lucky enough to be friends with a few brilliant poets who are constantly and consistently addressing issues in their poetry that would be considered taboo in the Indian society. I have almost always written exclusively for myself, as a way of communicating with my mind, to have a conversation with myself.Read More
Interview of Audrey Lee by Richa Gupta // Prior to my sophomore year of high school when I was diagnosed as bipolar II, I had been diagnosed with anxiety and depression. I grew up always thinking “there’s something wrong with me” and feeling at fault about my mental illnesses – but it’s not my fault.Read More
Interview of Diksha Bijlani by Richa Gupta // If you have a story to tell, or a personal experience so important that it would be an insult to not speak about it, please take up the mic. I aspire to see a time when youngsters and adults alike learn to deal with issues by speaking creatively.Read More
Interview of Meggie Royer by Richa Gupta // I’m actually currently struggling with writer’s block. I’d say I’ve been struggling with it for several months now. For me, it either comes in the form of having difficulty brainstorming a topic to write about, or finding a topic but struggling to write about it.Read More
Interview of Olivia Hu by Richa Gupta // I’m oddly obsessed, in a very geekish way, with Hermione Granger. She showers herself in myriads of books, all the while being a resilient and strongly capable young lady.Read More
Interview of Richa Gupta by Freya Bennett // I believe that teaching students about the human mind from an early age will help raise awareness about one of the most important facets of our life: positive mental health.