Neeraja Kannan Kutty
What was your intent in signing up for the BWW? Would you say your intent was met?
I heard of BWW through a friend on Facebook. The idea of a group of people who write, and who are interested in reading, meeting every week to discuss their work and to read various authors was great. It was the perfect getaway from the boring routine week. It felt great to be a part of a group that was so different in so many ways and yet, so similar.
What were your key take-aways from the workshop? Which of the sessions/discussions/topics covered did you find most beneficial to you?
I loved the fact that we discussed so many writers from so many different backgrounds. Reading them inspired me to write and mainly to explore different areas/ styles of writing. I would say that that was definitely the key take away from the workshop for me.
Are there any other topics/methods you would like incorporated in the workshop?
I really cannot think of anything right now. When I look back at the session, I feel that it was perfect.
How would you rate your Facilitators? Please give specific feedback to both.
Rheea Mukherjee: I love your spirit Rheea. It was amazing to have known you and to have discussed my works with you. I think we have similar kind of thinking when it comes to write and I love how you understood the way I thought and wrote. I always looked forward for your feeddback.
Bhumika Anand: I absolutely love the way you keep nagging me about things- editing, grammer and all that. It has made me also keen on making my work (and others’ work as well) error free. Now, I even message in complete words. I am not joking. I loved the way you mentored us, the way you made us want to make our works perfect.
Would you recommend the workshop to others? How would you rate the BWW, on a scale of 1-10, where 10 is the highest?
Any other feedback/suggestions for improvement/criticism…
Keep up the great work guys. It is amazing, what you are trying to do. It gives hope that things could become better!