Four Degrees of Separation gets reviewed at Wasafiri

Delighted that ‘Four Degrees of Separation‘ has been reviewed at Wasafiri by the incisive and discerning Mohammad Farhan.

He writes:
“As an iconoclastic poet questioning the age-old illiberal cultural customs, she thus asks, ‘why should the world be telling us what is less and what is more? … why is the world telling us what to wear? … all the time?

Varied in tone and inventive in style with riverine dimensions, all the poems share the substratal theme of gender politics. However, Potkar focuses on an array of diverse topics including alienation, love, loss, dislocation, resistance, identity, unhappy relationships and nostalgia.”

Read the whole review here, by scrolling way below.

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