Takedown (2nd place) @ metonym 2019

Second Place: Gobi Manchurian Deciding a place to go out with my friends is impossible. It’s easier to schedule Izrael-Palestine peace talks. Everyone has a favorite darshini and all of us have to go only there to eat Gobi manchurian. Only Gobi Manchurian. Honestly, gobi manchurian rarely even tastes like gobi. It is just a ...

Takedown (1st place) @ metonym 2019

First place : Tele-Evangelists My brother renounced Christianity after some uncle on Shalom TV proclaimed that esus Christ’s blood type was AB +ve. Whether JC really could’ve been a candidate blood donor to me is a aquestion for another time. What amuses me now is how some uncle from some obscure part of Kerala decided ...

Deep Deep Deep @ metonym 2019

First place: Surety  On humming rubber along this white concrete, Light hearted between the gravities, Of source and destination like a man, Half way to the moon . The lightness is flightless; Doubt has weighed anchor to hamper the pockets Of my mind that are sure of things like If the moon is real. – ...

META Writing Events

META Writing Events
Blackout Poetry Open to all Produce your poem by blacking out /retaining words in a newspaper-sheet in response to an assigned theme. Contest begins at 3:30 pm on Friday, 10th Feb 2017   Fandom Menace An on-the-spot fan-fiction contest open to all Participants will be given a starting paragraph which they must use to produce ...

The Prof. TG Vaidyanathan Memorial Film Review Contest 2017

The Prof. TG Vaidyanathan Memorial Film Review Contest 2017
The contest is held annually at META–the Josephite Festival of Literature to honour the memory of Prof. TG Vaidyanathan, noted film critic, and author of Hours in the Dark. TGV, as he was popularly known, reviewed both Indian and Hollywood films for various newspapers including Deccan Herald, and was a major inspiration to the College ...

Writing

Meta 2013 will feature a total of five writing events. The Prof. Barbra Naidu Memorial Prize for the Personal Essay Participants must write a personal essay of about 1500-2000 words on the theme “Being Multilingual”. The contest is open to school and college students and to the general public. Submissions can be made either in ...