As he is working ten hours shifts for a software company, we are happy to see that he decided to reserve some time for The Ministry of Poetic Affairs. Meet Ankit Naik, our new editor.
Ankit lives in India and works as a software engineer. He likes to travel and enjoys literature. He reads it, he writes it. We had the privilege to publish two of his poems: Escape and the poem that was selected as winning poem for our poetry challenge about coffee: love. Well-written poems!
He can also enjoy the basic things in life: food and travel. We are more than pleased to extend our team of editors with this poet and writer.
Ankit promised to provide us with interesting articles as much as he can. He works in ten-hour shifts at the software company he works for, very impressive. That is why we are more than happy, to see that he decided to spare some time for The Ministry of Poetic Affairs.
Challenge for Ankit
Everyone who wants to write for us is asked to provide an article about a subject related to poetry. Ankit wrote a splendid article, that we are going to publish later. We see a poet, who has the ability to write about poetry and provide tips for struggling writers. As you know, The Ministry of Poetic Affairs doesn’t only provide a platform to share poetry. We also help writers and poets.
We look forward not only reading his work but publishing his work on our website!
Are you our new editor? Or do you prefer a role as an ambassador?
We are always interested in those who want to write for us. Your name will be listed as the author’s name on our website, that is being found by many people from all over this world. The articles will be shared on social media as well.
If you are not sure about your writing skills, you can also help us out by becoming an ambassador for us. As an ambassador, you will be able to promote the work we do. You will scout for new talent (we can’t see all poems written on daily basis) and will do your best to make people aware of our platform.