At the Jaipur Literature Festival (JLF) 2019. My poetry film ‘Skirt’ is to be streamed between sessions with other films by the Visible Poetry Project. My books ‘Paper Asylum’ and ‘Four Degrees of Separation’ – at the Full Circle bookshop. Pick your copies by 28th Jan.
Posts from: January 2019
‘Skirt’ – my poetry film at Hyderabad Literary Festival 2019
If you are at Hyderabad Literary Festival this January, don’t miss ‘Trans-Verse’ at Shaheen block, conceptualized and curated by Saima Afreen, showcasing works of eight poets from India, France, Portugal, Brazil, and Ireland. Yekta, Marcio Andre, Rochelle Potkar, Santasree Chaudhuri, Saima Afreen, Colm Scully, Mriganka Shekhar Ganguly, and Carolina Floare. “How does a poet’s mind…
The Best Indian Poetry 2018 anthology
Modeled after the Best American Poetry series, the Best India Poetry anthology is here! My poems ‘Willow Witching’ and ‘Key holes’ are included. You may order your copy by writing to: email@example.com.
It’s joyous to receive mail from Jayanta Mahapatra with a sweet note, and a copy of Chandrabhaga, which also has a short story ‘Mist’ by me, a review of ‘Four Degrees of Separation’ by Sukrita Paul Kumar, and my review essay on books by 10 poets. (ref pic 3). The volume had much more (picture…
‘Noise’ – a story narrated off memory. Come, listen.
Friends, watch me narrate ‘Noise’ – a short story soon to appear in the collection ‘Hangovers from a Bombay debacle’. Thank you, kalArt. Comments, most welcome. Click here to view.
War and its collaterals…
‘Life and death in an unequal world’ – as Shafey Kidwai contemplates on war and literature around it, he mentions my poem ‘War Specials’ too in The Hindu. You may read it here.
‘Paper Asylum’ reviewed in the New Indian Express
The new year brings a review of ‘Paper Asylum’ in the New Indian Express, by Kakoli Mukherjee. You can read it here.