You have already met Cristina Costea from Romania. Romanians are known for their vivid imagination and intense spirituality, which they have expressed through their architecture, music, crafts, and traditions. Cristina is from that breed, intense but soft spoken.
These two beautiful people, Mane Mehrabian and Ani Sargsyan, are from distant Armenia. Armenia is the smallest of the former Soviet republics. It is bounded by Georgia on the north, Azerbaijan on the east, Iran on the south, and Turkey on the west.
My background, and therefore my writing, is quite eclectic. Growing up in an Irish-speaking Baha’í family gave me a perspective on life that is sensitive to the minority view.
Vibeke Mouridsen comes from the rainy but also very beautiful country Denmark. You may never have heard of Denmark, but you might know some famous Danish writers and poets like Soren Kirkegaard and H.C. Andersen and his fairy tale The Little Mermaid.
We are honored that the Magic Diary project has been featured in the press lately. Several newspapers from India---like Hitavada Sunday Insight, Shillong Times, and online papers like Kerala Times and IBNS---and a French paper, The Bugle, have brought attention to our literary project. "An Indian journalist brings storytellers of world together." April 9, 2017 Sunday Insight, The … Continue reading Magic Diary has spread its magic in the Media
We are extremely excited to announce that A Pocketful of Dreams: vol. II, Europe and Africa is being released on 22 April. Eighteen storytellers from UK, Scotland, Ireland, Russia, Armenia, Belgium, France, Italy, Hungary, Denmark, Russia, Romania, Iran, Morocco, Mauritius, Egypt, and Zambia are sharing intriguing stories of drama, dreams, and hope. Volume II includes illustrations by … Continue reading Release of vol. II, stories from Europe and Africa, on 22 April
In these stories a lifetime of irreplicable experiences and conserved knowledge of generations with a unique cultural spin on the ordinary matters are encompassed... The Magic Diary project sounded promising and I decided to give it a try.