Annually, the society holds its Creative Writing festival – “Gutenberg” – that attracts hundreds of participants including people from outside the Delhi University circuit. The festival goes beyond standard writing events and promotes diverse art forms in writing and poetry, thereby giving a platform and audience to emerging artists in these art forms. With a footfall of over 5000 artists and attendees, Gutenberg 2018 comprised of three events: Outspeak, an open-mic event; Tabula Rasa, a prose and poetry writing competition; and an interactive speaker session featuring celebrated poets Nitoo Das and Sudeep Sen. The festival encouraged writers and performers from all around the city and the Delhi circuit to gather and showcase their talents. It was held in collaboration with LIC and Hachette India. In the previous editions of Gutenberg, we have had attendees like the renowned journalist, Sonal Kalra; Treasurer of The Poetry Society of India, Mandira Ghosh; founder of the poetry journal Ivory Tower, Siddharth Soni; Manu Joseph, a columnist for The International New York Times; and Akhil Katyal.