Laurels for another Amazing Ant
Founded by Cate Marvin, Erin Belieu, and Ann Townsend, VIDA: Women in Literary Arts, an international review committee, has its mission as a research-driven organization is to increase critical attention to contemporary women’s writing as well as further transparency around gender equality issues in contemporary literary culture.
Each year The VIDA Count compiles over 1000 data points from the top tier, or “Tier 1” journals, publications, and press outlets by which the literary community defines and rewards its most valued arts workers, the “feeders” for grants, teaching positions, residencies, fellowships, further publication, and ultimately, propagation of artists’ work within the literary community. This year, VIDA has compiled a list of all notable works of arts by women, of which Agnimita Chaterjee’s work;“My Prayer” a poem had been published this year in the Kindle Magazine in the April Issue of Judicial Review.
Agnimita Chaterjee is from the city of Durgapur in West Bengal and presently resides at Kolkata, West Bengal. Presently, she is working at AmazAntz as a Senior Content Writer, which is a fast growing organization that specializes in addressing the two most important needs of an organization - Training & Communication. She did her schooling from Carmel School, Durgapur and completed her studies in English Literature and also in Editing and Publishing. Along with that, she has published 2 works of fiction; And You Thought Women Were Hard to Understand and a Collection of short Stories: Ripples of Thought.