Magister 2017–the top 100

Magister 2017 saw 209 participants writing  from across 19 venues in India, and one in Kuwait. Given below are the consolidated rankings. We will shortly put up a ranking of everyone who took part, and a category-wise sorting as well. These individuals will hold the title of Magister in their respective categories. The overall college ...

Magister 2017 Venues

Magister 2017–Registrations

The Prof. Barbra Naidu Prize for the Personal Essay–Overall Winner 2014

Finding   Culture Arjun Shatrunjay   Hyderabad  The day    of    the    competition    drew    close,    and    preparations    were    in    full    swing.    My    father,    having    spent    two    hours    on    a    precious    Sunday    morning    had    painstakingly    translated    the    story    of    Cinderella,    so    that    a    four    year    old    me    could    recite    this    story    in    e    Hindi    recitation    competition    in    my    ...

Results

Will be published on the 28th of November 2015.

META

META
META February, in Rome, was the month of fevers. At St. Joseph’s College (Autonomous), the month is associated with another kind of fever altogether. META is an annual festival of literature, open to college students and the general public,  run by The Department of English, St. Joseph’s College (Autonomous), Bangalore. But Meta? The Greek term ...

My (Top-Secret) Reading Addiction

In which faculty talk about their reading lives, and make possibly damaging admissions under the benign gaze of a Grand Inquisitor. Much fun, though not for the speakers.

Conversations with Young Writers

 Sunday, 2nd Feb 2013 Kannada writer  Mounesh Badiger  will read from his work at Banyan Tree. He will be in conversation with Prof. Vijeta and Vinay Kambipura

And wot is a lec-dem?

SPICMACAY made the compact term lec-dem popular in the 1980s; it then denoted an intimate, explicatory session between musician/performer and an audience unfamiliar with the musician’s form. We are borrowing the term for our series of conversations with teachers/performers/artists who use technology to construct texts in new ways.

Day One

Day One