Mid-day covers it for haibun. [*Apropos: a.) haiku is a 3-line poetry form, b.) regular meter.] Please note the three workshops that are unfurling starting tomorrow, and meet me wherever you can. Let’s peel layers off phrases, interpret images, and draw meaning from verses that flow vertically and horizontally. The Workshop Series Tall Tales, 12 November….
Posts from: October 2016
Strands The other day I was chatting with Kaartikeya who happened to mention he was quite busy and happy, but didn’t have time to concentrate much on his own writing projects. A week later, at a gathering I listened to the virtues of community-building amongst artists, and before I knew it these two seemingly different…
“I wasn’t an avid reader until 2007. I didn’t even know there was a literary genre. I occasionally read pulp or not even that. I was a dreamer. I worked in the corporate world writing content for the e-learning industry. After completing an MBA and a PG my life was set, so-to-speak and at the…
I was delighted to wake up to this news, alerted by friends. Some days, moments, and joy that I will cherish and keep close to heart…until memory leaves me. Thank you all for your appreciation, love, and support. The comments of the jury about the winning story are as follows: “A very interesting historic tale….
I am quite shy about my Youtube channel. Thought of sharing it in the past too, but hesitated… Finally sharing a video from that space, because I am happy about it. Please watch three of them that took two whole nights to upload. By gracious!
Conducting a Haibun workshop in partnership with The Bombay Review, on 29th October 2016, at Oxford Bookstore, 3-7 pm. We are capping the registrations at 15 participants. Do decide soon, if you want to register. Follow the FB link at: https://www.facebook.com/events/1817223795215972/