Sanket Mhatre meticulously translates three of my poems ‘Ground Up’, ‘Native place’ and ‘Stillborn’ to Marathi, published in Hakara. Click to read, here.
Posts from: June 2021
2 poetry workshops with The Himalayan Writing Retreat in July.
You are invited to two workshops with the Himalayan Writing Retreat. On July 11 & 18. Please spread the word, in your circles, to those that might be interested. For more details, read through this page –https://www.himalayanwritingretreat.com/poetry-course/
‘Bombay Hangovers’ reviewed in The Hindu by Vikas Dhoot.
“But Potkar’s maiden short fiction compilation has more hits than misses, and her style is unique and refreshing. This is a voice that one hopes will evolve further with time and throw up bigger, better manuscripts to relish.”In which Vikas Dhoot engagingly reviews Bombay Hangovers in The Hindu. Click to read. The book is available…
My TEDxSIULavale talk: rekindling the bookworm.
Books. Books. Books.My talk ‘Re-kindle the bookworm’ by TEDxSIULavale is out.Thank you all at TEDxSIULavale for inviting me to this inspiring platform to share my thoughts.
‘Bombay Hangovers’ reviewed at Kitaab.org
Another review’s in! (Hope you’ve got your copy 🙂 Divya Dubey reviews ‘Bombay Hangovers’ and shares how these stories paint a very real, almost tangible world.
My interview/Bengaluru Review
“Human irrationality and dichotomy drive me.” In an exclusive interview with author-poet Poornima Laxmeshwar, for Bengaluru Review, I discuss the creative process and my debut story collection: Bombay Hangovers. Click to read. Thank you too – Tuhin Bhowal, Sourav Roy.