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About Mehreen Ahmed
Mehreen Ahmed is widely published and critically acclaimed by Midwest Book Review,DD Magazine,The Wild Atlantic Book Club to name a few. Her short stories are a winner in The Waterloo Short Story Competition,shortlisted in Cogito Literary Journal Contest, a finalist in the Fourth Adelaide Literary Award Contest, winner in The Cabinet of Heed stream-of-consciousness challenge,A Best of Cafelit 8. Her works are three-time nominated for The Best of the Net Awards,nominated for the Pushcart Prize Award,two-time nominated for Aurealis Awards. Her historical fiction, The Pacifist, is an announced Drunken Druid's Editor's Choice. She is a panelist and a keynote speaker for KM Anthru Literature Prize:Litterateur Redefining World Magazine Global Literature Conclave 2021.
Literary, Scholarly Publications
Routledge,Cambridge University Press (Cambridge Core),University of Hawaii University Press,Michigan State University Press,ISTE, Callej.org.Journal,Learner Autonomy Special Interest group (IATEFL, LASIG), Independence, University of Kent, Canterbury, The Sheaf, University of Sackachewan Press.
Anthroposphere: Oxford Climate Review (Oxford University),Perception Magazine(Syracuse University),October Hill Magazine,Oddball Magazine,The Talon Review(North Florida University),Door is A Jar Magazine,ELJ Litterateur RW Magazine,The Chamber Magazine,Scissors and Spackle,Sequoyah Cherokee River Journal,Flash Boulevard,Ponder Savant,Phenomenal Literature,Crêpe & Penn,Flash Frontier,Ellipsis Zine,Ginosko Literary Journal,BrownBag Online,The Cabinet of Heed,Straylight Magazine(Wisconsin-Parkland University),Melbourne Culture Corner,Cogito Literary Journal,Breathe Everyone Magazine,Literati Magazine,Active Muse,Dreaming in Fiction,Anti-Heroin Chic,Love in the time of Covid Chronicle,Wellington Street Review,Nailpolish Stories,Setu Bilingual Journal,Impspired Magazine,The Writers and Readers'Magazine,KREAXXXION Review,Thorn Literary Magazine.3 Moon Magazine,Merak Magazine,Sage Cigarettes,The Bombay Review,FlashBack Fiction,Down in the Dirt, CC&D,Nymphs,Portand Metrozine,Academy of Heart and Mind,Creativity Webzine,Mojave Heart,The Piker Press,Kitaab,Nthanda, CommuterLit,Angel City Review,Paper Djinn,FreeFlashFiction,Cafe Dissensus,Adelaide Literary Magazine,Scarlet Leaf Review,Terror House Magazine,The Punch Magazine,Furtive Dalliance,Flash Fiction North,Storyland Literary Review and more.
Dolly was one of the winners in The Waterloo Festival Writing Competition,2020
Rain and Coffee was shortlisted in Cogito Literary Journal contest,2020
Black Mirror won The Cabinet of Heed Stream-Of-Consciousness Challenge,2020
Bats DownUnder was voted in The Best of Cafelit 8 Anthology,2019
The Pacifist was announced, Drunken Druid Editor's Choice,June 2018
Jacaranda Blues was listed as one of the top ten Best of Novels by The Novel Writing Festival,2017
The Flower Girl was a finalist in the Fourth Adelaide Literary Award Contest,2020.
The Blue, Red Lyrae: Offing (FSSN) &The Cheshire Grins (SFSSN/FSSN) received Aurealis Award Nominations for FSSN and SFSSN/FSSN, 2020 by PaperDjinn Press
Ylem received Pushcart Nomination, XLVI,2020/21 by PaperDjinn Press
The Interlude received Best of the Net Nomination by Literati Magazine,2020
Elysium received Best of the Net Anthology Nomination,2020 by Flash Fiction North
Ylem received Best of the Net Anthology Nomination,2020 by Portland Metrozine
7th Sky received Ditmar Awards Nomination for Best Short Story by Spillwords Press,2019
Emotions Recollected In Tranquility was nominated for the month of April/ May 2018 by Spillwords Press
Author Shout Reader Ready Awards, Silver and Bronze, 2019
A Judge for Cafelit 9: Cafelit, Chapelton, UK 2020
Panelist for KM Anthru Literary Prize: Litterateur Redefining World Magazine, Kerela India: 2021-2022
Keynote Speaker: Global Literaure Conclave, 2021
Toads on Lily Pads was shared by Cambridge Press Articles 2020:https://muckrack.com/cambridge-press/...
Sonorous Waves published in The Cabinet of Heed was listed as Anita Goveas' best picks for the short story Sunday, 19th January 2020.
Boomers on Books with Vince Stevenson (YouTube)
Siren Radio with Steve Cawte (University of Lincoln)
Breaking Rules Publishing with Trisha Mckee (Podbean)
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