Neha Singh is a Mumbai based children’s author, theatre practitioner and activist.
Neha has written eight books for children and young adults. She also writes poems, fiction and non-fiction in Hindi for children and young adults. Her poems and stories for children have been turned into posters, bookmarks and poetry cards for children.
Neha’s books have been nominated for several Indian and international awards. She has travelled to various literary festivals across India with her books.
Neha runs a women’s rights campaign called “Why loiter?” that aims at reclaiming public spaces for women by loitering in them. She was chosen as “One of hundred most influential women in the world” in 2016 by BBC for her work. She blogs about the campaign at whyloiter.blogspot.com
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