The Literary Mirror Announces The LIT Digital Awards 2021
In the face of the pandemic, the world is becoming more than ever pivoted to digital presence. Despite the reservations about social media and its mixed influences, the online world has come to an invaluable rescue for continuing the festivity, vibrance, and spirit of events all across the fields.
With its intrinsic focus of always making lives better and finding new perspectives, Literature has taken a wholesome dive into this transitional phase. Continuing this transformational trend, The Literary Mirror, a digital literary magazine with global standards catering to every aspect of literature and committed to providing a platform to the budding writers and bringing veterans to a single platform, launched its Digital LitFest in the year 2020. A year and an event that marked its journey and underlined the significance of oneness.
Witnessing a grand success and an overwhelming response to its The LIT Digital Awards and The LIT Fest 2020, The Literary Mirror is now back with its second season of The LIT Digital Awards 2021. The format of this year’s Festival is going to be several notches higher to entertain through literature, celebrate literary talent, acknowledge and honour written work, and all with an integrated essence of inclusivity.
The Digital LITFest was initiated by The Literary Mirror with the goal of honoring the literary figures who have been consistent in bringing about a positive change in society. It aims at commemorating the literary figures in the field of English literature irrespective of their genre and geography, just keeping in mind their contribution to the field of literature.
With a cash prize of INR 50,000 (Winner), INR 30,000 (First Runner-up), INR 20,000 (Second Runner-up), leading media partners like Bangalore Insider, The CEO Magazine, Delhi Now, SchoolLife, Rapid Leaks, The Dispatch, and Publishing Partner Bigfoot Publishers, Knowledge Partner CleverFox Publishing, PR Partner Literia Insight, the event is all set to dazzle its audience.
A core focus of connecting litterateurs from across the genres infused with the excitement of bringing together writers, their literary works, a panel of esteemed jury members, and honorable chief guest has been the motivating drive of this phenomenal Digital Literature Festival. A platform that brings together eminent authors, literary figures, guests, speakers, influencers, and change agents to chronicle their views and express their ideas towards the world of literature and to celebrate the literary works of all participants. The event would be uniquely distributed and scheduled over various phases where each phase will be interspersed with extraordinary experiences.
The festival is marked with the esteemed presence of renowned Jury members like Ankit Jhamb, a Senior Associate Director with KPMG India for the Capability and Development Team, seasoned Corporate Professional, Trained Actor, Poet, Marathon Runner, and an Author; Anuradha Bhattacharyya, a winner of Chandigarh Sahitya Akademi Award, renowned writer and an IIT Alumni; Shirsh Srivastava, a renowned author and a winner of Asian Literature Award 2020, a motivational speaker, and an advocate at the honorable Supreme Court of India along with Sabarna Roy, a critically acclaimed bestselling author, and Senior Engineering Professional adorning as the esteemed Chief Guest. All the literary entries for the LIT Fest would be evaluated and adjudged by the honorable panel of Jury members.
Vikash Raj Saxena, Senior Editor & Chief Organizer, who will be leading the event ‘The LIT Digital Awards 2021’, along with his expert team, welcomes you all to tighten your seatbelts for active participation, and indulge in complete involvement in a world of exciting initiatives, dynamic interactions, online sessions, panel discussions, grand prizes, and festive spirit.
In the words of Nitish Raj; Editor-in-Chief & Chief Organizer, “The Literary Mirror has always been committed to bringing the best literature for their readers. And it is an honor for us that we are able to recognize and commemorate the works of those literary figures who have been undoubtedly the torchbearers of the society.”