Aekta Khubchandani wears the color red on her head but loves to work in black and white. Her short fiction and poetry has been featured in The Aerogram, The Bombay Review, Mad Swirl, Terribly Tiny Tales, Warehouse Zine and Quail Bell Magazine. Her short fiction entry has been longlisted for Toto Awards (2018) for Creative Writng in English by TFA (Toto Funds the Arts). She is also a spoken word poet and has been featured by Airplane Poetry Movement (APM), Why Indian Men Rape (WIMR), Campus Diaries and Ithaka- St. Xavier’s Lit Fest. She romanticises death and wishes to have conversations with Shakespeare and Plath, someday.