Category Archives: Pierian Spring

Slam Poetry

Slam poetry is an up-and-coming form of spoken word poetry that is being increasingly lionised by student poets. Pierian Spring, the English literary club hosted its first ever slam poetry event to cater to the interests and talents of spoken … Continue reading

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Book Spine Poetry

Book Spine Poetry is a singular take on poetry writing that serves to blur the lines between poetry and prose. It has, over the years, carved a niche for itself among the poetic events lined up by Pierian Spring. Participants … Continue reading

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Fanfiction Writing

Taking a cue from the growing popularity of fanfiction literature, Pierian Spring, the English literary club, hosted Fanfiction Writing. A first-of-its-kind event in college, Fanfiction Writing was targeted at students with a penchant for books and sitcoms. Participants were given … Continue reading

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Book Jacket Designing

Book Jacket designing was a first-of-its-kind event hosted by Pierian Spring in an effort to offer students a platform to showcase their talents at the intersection of art and literature.  Participants were given the blurb of a novel and asked … Continue reading

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Space Poetry

Space Poetry, hosted by Pierian Spring is an innovative take on poetry writing in which participants are required to pen a poem within a given shape and adherent to a theme. This year, the poets were given the outline of … Continue reading

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Poetry by Lakeside

Pierian Spring hosted its first Poets’ Meet of the year on 29th August 2018 in the idyllic environs of the lake near Dharmaram ground. The meet aims at bringing together the budding poets of Christ Junior College for an informal … Continue reading

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Short Story Writing

Short Story Writing is the event hosted by Pierian Spring to give aspiring writers and perpetual daydreamers an opportunity to articulate their ideas and put to page their original stories. Participants were given one hour and asked to devise a … Continue reading

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