Writer, story teller & GIS Specialist.
Originally from Kolkata, India, Chandreyee grew up in different cities around the world, immigrated to the U.S. 25-ish years ago and and has called Massachusetts 'home' for most of that time. She lives in Waltham with her husband and teen son.
( GIS - Geographic Information Systems )
Flash fiction workshop (virtual)
MONDAY, MAY 23, 7:00 - 8:30 PM
Calling all writers! Have your laptops or pen and paper ready for a flash fiction writer's workshop with writers Chandreyee Lahiri and Malavika Shetty. A writing prompt will be provided and then writers will have 10 minutes to write, based on the prompt. Those who wish to will then have the opportunity to share their writing with the group. Hosted by the Brookline Public Library, free for all.
Note: This program will be on Zoom. Unlike most of our programs, it will NOT be available for viewing later on our YouTube channel.
Boston in 100 Words
'Jellies in the Charles' earned an Honorable Mention in the 2020 'Boston in 100 words' contest. All the winning stories were exhibited throughout the Boston Subway system
The Return (translation
'The Return' is Chandreyee's translation of the Bengali short story 'Phera' by Mahua Sen Mukhopadhyay for the Tagore Translation contest run by the literary magazine 'Antonym' in 2021. It won 3rd place. Watch the announcement video.