New Trends in Fiction Writing Discussed at 7th Global Literary Festival

New Delhi: Fiction is- make believe, invented stories. They may be short stories, plays, novelle. Character, setting, plot, conflict, point of view and theme are six key elements of writing fiction,” initiated Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios in the seminar to discuss the new Trends in Fiction on the second day of 7th Global Literary Festival Noida 2021.

“I on behalf of Embassy of Czech Republic in India and Government of Czech Republic extend my heartiest congratulations to Sandeep Marwah Festival director and Chair for Indo Czech Republic Film and Cultural forum for organizing such a huge and interesting literary festival,” blessed Roman Masarik Deputy Head of Mission / Minister-Counsellor at Embassy of the Czech Republic in India.

“The writer sometimes has to live life as the character of his fiction or live with the character to write the fiction so that the story should look like a real one,” said Tanmay Dubey renowned fiction writer addressing to the question by another panelist.

“Fiction is defined as something that is not true. The example of a fiction is a book that is not based on a true story. Anything made-up or imagined as a statement, a story,” said Ira Tak popular fiction writer.

A poster to remember the great writer and philanthropist Deen Dayal Upadhyay was released by the dignities and festival Director Sushil Bharti spoke about him. A book titled ‘Bandhu Ke Mukh Se’ written by Pratibha Johri was released in the session.

Sandeep Marwah on behalf of everyone extended heartiest congratulations to   H.E. Claudio Ansorena Montero Ambassador of Costa Rica and the people of Costa Rica on their Independence Day which falls on 15th September.

Bhasker Ghosh writer from Czech Republic, Vivek Mishra renowned fiction writer, Mahesh Darpan popular fiction writer, Anoop Bose Lawyer and film maker, Ashok Tyagi also discussed their point of view. Sushil Bharti propped vote of thanks.