The Wingless Dreamer Community was founded by Ruchi Acharya to bridge the gap between emerging writers or artists and traditional publishing. Ruchi’s community is a global platform for those who truly believe in themselves and are passionate about writing or illustrating. It’s the dream of her community to create a space where the authors or artists are free to express themselves.
Wingless Dreamer slowly but steadily grew with artists and writers from all over the world. Over time Wingless Dreamer became the main stage for well-known professional writers and artists to express themselves, all at the same place.
We envisioned a community where writers and artists would be invited to publish solely based on the merit of their writing and creative skills. The Wingless Dreamer community connects all essences of writing, illustrating, editing, marketing, and promoting on a single platform so that authors and illustrators don’t have to go through the hardships of the publishing processes and focus on their work. The Community members become part of the family and are guided, supported, and encouraged on every step they make towards their writing and art career. The members can get access to free critiques, reviews, marketing, and in some cases funding for their work via email.
Our Wingless Dreamer team spends lots of time and energy to create as many contests as possible on different themes every quarter so that writers and artists can truly enjoy their experience with us. Next year, we are planning to launch our clothing line to support fashion designers and help in cultural regeneration, both in big cities and smaller towns in India, the UK, and the USA.
The community is still growing and its accomplished authors, artists, and fashion designers speak for themselves.
Supported 600 writers and artists by providing free editing, proofreading, critique reviews services, promoting, and in some cases funding for their work by the end of 2020.
Globally awarded winning honorariums and prizes to the winners, offset publication cost, and curated online promotions worth $2000 on self-funding capacity till date.
Created a new line of home products and stationery items by translating creative ideas from sound concepts to published designed solutions for a wide range of products and services.
Build product designs and integrated the sales pipeline on online platforms such as Goodreads, and Amazon.
Developed and managed website winglessdreamer.com for the past one year and gained 15,000 monthly visitors by applying SEO techniques to improve online visibility and page ranking.
Coordinated with team members to held 20 writing and art contests for writers and artists from all around the world between the year 2019 and 2020.
Vanessa Caron, Author
I received exciting news this morning: my short story, “Hidden, I Hide,” has made it to the top 50 in the International Wingless Dreamer Literary Contest 2019! Thank you to all my followers and fans, mentors and fellow writers for your continued encouragement and inspiration! Thank you most especally to writer and chief-editor of the Wingless Dreamer Literary Contest, Ruchi Acharya @ruchi_acharya @winglessdreamer1 for this incredible opportunity! ✍🏻📖📚❤️🙌
Landri Driskill, Poet
It took me so long to get into reading & writing poetry, but last summer, I finally felt inspired to do it. In December 2019, I was published for the first time as a poet!! My poem is featured in the winter edition of Passionate Penholders by @winglessdreamer1 (available on Amazon) 🤍Poetry is always so relaxing to me and I hope that during this time of “unknowns,” hopefully, we can all be inspired to relax a little and curl up with some good poetry! It’s finally here!!! I am officially a published author🥰📝📖 check it out for yourself on Amazon! Thank you @winglessdreamer1 for believing in my work!
Amita Sanghvi, Author
Keep up this excellent work. Poetry truly connects the readers with poetic souls across countries and cultures
Arnaldo Batista, Author
Best of afternoons! I am Arnaldo Batista, author of the poem “Hypochondriac Thriving,” that your publication has chosen to enter in your “Fruits of our Quarantine” contest. I am simply sending this email to first thank you for this as I am truly humbled by your decision to accept this poem for publication. I wrote this poem after many nights of night terrors and panic attacks due to my looming anxiety over the pandemic and instant changes the world is going through seemingly overnight. Your validation of this poem is received by such validation and a feeling of triumph that I cannot put into words, so genuinely, thank you.