About Us

Write Wing Media is all about the written word. From the moment it takes shape in the head to the time it goes into print. It’s a content marketing and custom publishing firm where readers come first. From syndicating content to writing and editing magazines and coffeetable books to designing newsletters, journals and pamphlets. From content marketing to bringing out books of fiction and non fiction to providing sticky content for websites and blogs, including the design and content generation for CEO blogs, we do all things publishing, both offline and online. And this includes green card applications, executive momos, business plans and resumes, among others.
ABOUT THE FOUNDER
Write Wing Media is the brainchild of Zahid H Javali who is a journalist since 1996. More recently, he was a finalist in the ‘Media Person of the Year’ category at the Namma Bengaluru Awards for 2018. He is a Freelance Editor at Uvocorp, Consulting Editor at Bengaluru Highlights (a weekly tabloid on South Bengaluru), Editor-Publisher of Residents Watch (a daily news channel on HSR Layout, Bengaluru), and the co-author of Mind Blogs 1.0 (a book of non-fiction), and the Festival Director of The Times of India Literary Carnival held in January 2014. He was also featured in Tuhin A Sinha’s book, Daddy: The Birth of a Father.
Besides running his media house, Zahid has freelanced as editor/writer/photographer for offline and online media entities in the US, UK, Singapore and India, including Live Mint, The Man, The Lonely Planet, PC Mechanic, Work Awesome, Workforce, The Sunday Guardian, Worldstart, SilverKris, M, Yuva, Exhibit, Trendy, Live IT, South Movie Scenes, CineCurry, Percept Knorigin, Starkworld Publishing, Windows & Aisles, MaXposure Media, Saatchi & Saatchi, Touchdown, Air India Magazine and Men’s Health, among others.
He was previously the City Editor of Mid Day, Bangalore and the Consulting Editor of Travel & Shop and Bengaluru on Friday. Even before that, he was the Chief of Bureau (Bangalore) for Explocity Private Limited, powered by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp.