#OxfordBookstore and Poetry Paradigm present Haiku and Haibun: A workshop on Poetic of the Far East facilitated by Rochelle Potkar and Inam Hussain Mullick @inam.mullick on Sunday, 4 October at 1 PM. For registration and guidelines, please click on the below link: https://oxfordbookstore.com/haiku-and-haibun/ #Workshop #Poetry #Haiku #Haibun #ApeejayGroup
Posts from: September 2020
Which book are you rooting for? “With the literary awards season in full swing, five authors pick titles they’re rooting for or those they hoped would make the cut.” – Eye On The Prize by Dalreen Ramos | Mid-day Read here.
Yesterday was a beautiful evening, celebrating the cultural event space – Dosti House at the American Library, and listening in on its Indian-American partnerships and projects. I was glad to present poetry, juxtaposing American and Indian women poets around women empowerment. Thank you Sita Murugan for conceptualizing and executing this program to perfection.
As a new translator engaging with Marathi, I have done little other than enjoy the intricacies beneath the metaphors of two languages, in pieces here ‘Grandma – a line from a poem’ and ‘Flash’. – original poems by Sanket Mhatre. Marathi poetry by Sanket Mhatre
Open Your Eyes: an anthology on climate change, edited by Vinita Agrawal, investigates human relationships with the natural world. Each poem/prose offers a unique perspective on the environment in its own style. Each contributor has interpreted the theme broadly, exploring the issue in different ways—physical, spiritual or emotional through their own unique cultural lens. As…