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We are a team of writers and parents reliving the best parts of our childhood by creating responsible and fun content for readers between the ages of 8-14 years. The mission we are on through Owliver is to create a generation of thinkers who make informed decisions. 


Young readers don’t consume news the same way adults do, and there is a need for a platform that speaks their language, on their terms. Owliver’s Post is a place for anyone to explore and engage curiously.


With news becoming increasingly polarized, it is getting harder to find a space that is balanced and resourceful, and where it is safe to ask questions. Even the education system encourages rote learning, as opposed to developing critical thinking and engaging students through the real world. 


Team Owliver has writers, designers, illustrators, and entrepreneurs who have a combined experience of 60 years and we are on a mission to create a magazine that enables young readers and explorers to learn and engage. Please feel free to contact us here

Owliver’s Crew

Akash, Chief Explorer

Akash has been in the Silicon Valley for the last two decades and spent time developing technology at various startups and hardware companies. His previous venture was Kinderlime, an early childhood educator app that connected parents to preschools. Owliver’s Post came about from his need to have an inspirational news magazine for his children.

Akash has coached lego robotics teams and has a 10-year-old daughter and 12-year-old son.

Education: Masters in Computer Science Engineering, University of Southern California. BTech in Electrical Engineering, IIT Kanpur.

Anusha, Chieftess of the Scribe Tribe

Anusha has over a decade of experience in journalism, communications, and writing for children. Her work as a journalist has appeared in The Hindu, Economic and Political Weekly, and the Federal. She has also written children’s books for Multi Story Inc. and created a comic for The Hindu Young World called Meera. Anusha has conducted workshops on visual writing in schools and colleges across Tamil Nadu.

Education: Thread at Yale 2019, Yale University. Young India Fellowship, Ashoka University. Post Graduate Diploma in New Media Journalism, Asian College of Journalism

Shriya, Lead Scribe

With over six years of experience in Journalism and copyediting, Shriya comes with the idea that young readers are like sponges, waiting to absorb anything that can help them make informed choices and better decisions as adults. She would like to help in this grand process. 

Education: Post Graduate Diploma in Print Journalism, Asian College of Journalism

Pia, Lead Scribe

Pia is a Charles Wallace India Trust Fellow at SUISS, University of Edinburgh, and runs a non-profit that bridges the gap between art and education for children in underserved communities, called PhilARTropy. She has also been an Assistant Professor of English, scriptwriter, and art educator. Her book, Read/Read, which explores the relationship between a writer and their character, was released in 2018.

Education: PhD Scholar, Masters in Liberal Studies (English and Creative Writing), Ashoka University

Malvika, Lead Scribe

Malvika is a writer and designer and comes with experience as a teaching fellow and a producer at a media production house. 

Education: Post Graduate Diploma in Advanced Studies in English Literature, Ashoka University

Rehna, Lead Scribbler

Rehna is a journalist-turned-content strategist-and-illustrator with nine years of experience in her multiple fields. She has also worked as a librarian at a Children’s Library where she coordinated activities based on different books, and illustrated children’s books for Multi Story Inc. She currently does commissioned illustrations through her Instagram handle and moniker Paper Planes Doodles.

Education: Masters in Visual Communication

Parvathy, Lead Scribbler

With seven years of experience in publishing and video editing, Parvathy has previously worked at a children’s publishing house and illustrated books for a company that designs toys and activities for children. She has also been an art teacher at a Montessori school and conducted comic workshops in schools.

Education: Masters in Fine Arts, Madras University