Mehreen Ahmed is an award-winning, internationally published and critically acclaimed author. She has ritten Novels, Novella, Short Stories, Creative Nonfiction, Flash Fiction, Academic, Prose Poetry, Memoirs, Essays and Journalistic Write-Ups. Her works have been podcast, anthologised and translated in German, Greek and Bengali. She has two masters degrees and a bachelor 's ( Hon) in English Literature and Linguistics from the University of Queensland and Dhaka University. She was born and raised in Bangladesh. At moment, she lives in Australia.
Awards, Nominations and Contest wins
Short Story, Dolly, winner of the Waterloo Festival Writing Competition ( 2020)
Short Story, Rain and Coffee, shortlisted and awarded publication in Cogito Literary Journal ( 2020)
Short Story, Black Mirror, selected for special issue stream-of-consciousness writing challenge in The Cabinet of Heed ( 2020)
The Blotted Line received Author Shout Reader Ready Award for Anthology, Bronze Medal Honourable Mention ( 2019)
Moirae received Author Shout Reader Ready Award for Dystopia, Bronze Medal Honourable Mention ( 2019)
The Pacifist received Author Shout Ready Ready Award for Historical Fiction, Silver Medal Recommended Read ( 2019)
Jacaranda Blues received The Best of Novels Family Novels of the Mont by The Novel Writing Festival for Short Stories ( 2017)
The Pacifist was a Drunken Druid Editor 's Choice, June ( 2018)
Moirae was nominated for Ditmar Awards Eligibility for Best Book ( 2016)
7th Sky was nominated for Ditmar Awards Eligibility for Best Short Story ( 2019)
Moirae was nominated for Aurealis Award for Fantasy Short Story/Novella ( 2015)
The Pacifist was nominated for he New South Wales Premier 's Literary Award for Christina Stead Prize for Fiction ( 2018)
Bats Downunder voted to be ncluded in The Best of Cafelit 8 Anthology ( 2019)
Black Mirror was selected for special issue stream-of-consciousness writing challenge in The Cabinet of Heed ( 2020)
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.
Ellipsis Zine, Ginosko Literary Journal, The Cabinet of Heed, Straylight Magazine, Cogito Literary Journal, Literati Magazine: A Rare Swan Press Journal of Arts and Literature, Anti-Heroin Chic, Wellington Street Review, Nailpolish Stories, A Tiny and Colorful Literary Journal, Setu Bilingual Journal, Impspired Magazine, The Author and Readers' Magazine, The Writer 's Club-Gray Thoughts,3 Moon Magazine, Merak Magazine, Sage Cigarettes, The Scribe Magazine: Breaking Rules Publishing, The Bombay Review, FlashBack Fiction, Scars online and Down in the Dirt print magazine and CC& amp; D print magazine, Nymphs Publications, Portand Metrozine, ,Academy of the Heart and Mind, Creativity Webzine, Mojave Heart Review, The Piker Press, Kitaab International, Nthanda Review, CommuterLit.Com.
Adelaide Literary Magazine, Twist and Twain, Scarlet Leaf Review.The World of Myth Magazine, Jumbelbooks, Literary Yard, Fear and Trembling Magazine, Terror House Magazine, Connotation Press, The Punch Magazine, Re: Action Review, Furtive Dalliance Literary Review, Flash Fiction North, Velvet Illusion Literary Magazine, Storyland Literary Review, Spillwords Press, CafeLit Magazine, Story Institute, Cosmic Teapot Publishing, Clarendon House Publication, Dastaan World Magazine, Books On Demand, Germany, Your Nightmares: Nyctophilia. gr Magazine, Best Poetry: Contemporary poetry online, The Indie 's Nest.
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