As a writer of fiction, she believes in the power of words, and their influence upon this vibrant cosmos of life. The writer of fiction has a very significant role to play, for their thoughts and words, bring about changes in the lives of readers, through short and longer literary works. Thoughts have a profound effect on our lives, so thoughts, which are words in action, on any surface, labor as conjurers that mesmerize, or directly bring about a beatific change.
Whatever the writer deems necessary finds itself in the course of paragraphs, passages and chapters. Whatever the editor feels is unnecessary, finds itself, back in the pages of the author's final submission. After such intense and meaningful evaluation, the best in terms of quality comes forth. Whatever finds itself into the hands of the reader is, therefore, of immense value.
Short Fiction: A few literary journals and a newspaper have so far been beautiful platforms for assaying Trisha's skills as a fiction writer.
Times of India: Two short stories written by her were published in special supplements of the paper.
A Wedding And Many Tears
More.com:Rapunzel never had long hair Turl Times: This beautiful literary magazine is a collaboration of writings by students and professionals, from the Summer School Program of Creative Writing 2010, University of Oxford.
Twenty20 Journal: The summer and winter issues of this micro-fiction journal, published Trisha's own, and collaborative work with a writer from Cyprus, Nora Nadjarian.
34TH Parallel: Among several other writers, the 11th issue of this awesome journal, featured Trisha's short story based on magical realism, called Kaya Evanescent.
On the Grass: This Oxford Summer Journal 2010, published her story, The Woods. Poetry: Poetry to Trisha is a fascinating way to juxtapose real life with the surreal. It allows the magic underneath to come to the surface. It allows one to put forth the mundane, as extraordinary and to place words around invisible rhythms. It portrays life in an enrapturing stance and stillness, which will measure, throw, paint and finally, endear itself to the form it takes.
The Times of India carried one of her poems called Those Eyes.
Turl Times, published two poems written by her, which were a part of the short stories she wrote for them.
Fashion and Beyond, a NIFT Delhi publication, published a poem called The Deep written by her.