Glad to see my poem ‘Surrender’ in the Tampa Review, ed: Paul T. Corrigan, University of Tampa Press. Click to read.
The review of Bombay Hangovers by the astute and talented Kinshuk Gupta in the Asian Age is on the platter today. “For any reader who has heard of the city only through the narration, Potkar’s book with its exquisite use of catalogue, language that soothes and stabs, and sharp observations, is a sumptuous read.” Hope…
You are invited to the launch of Divya Joshi’s book of poetry Dance of Life. I will be in conversation with her, embedded into the whole programme – schedule, attached. Powered by the Ecosophical Foundation for the Study of Literature and Environment (EFSLE). August 29, 2021 5 pm.Link to join event, click here. Book link.
Catch us discussing haikai, poetry, creative writing and healing for these times at the Women Writers Fest, SheThePeople with Archana Pai Kulkarni, Kala Ramesh and Shobhana Kumar on 28th August, 1 pm.
The anthology ‘Witness: The Red River Book of Poetry of Dissent’ is out! Edited by Nabina Das and published by Red River, it possesses the work of 250 poets. [My poem ‘Mask’ features in it.] Says critic Nirupama Dutt, “Words reach out with a rare rage, urgency, indignation, and angst as poets turn witness to…
A conversation with poet and haibuneer Raamesh Gowri Raghavan over my story collection ‘Bombay Hangovers’ for the Asiatic Society of Mumbai’s Literary Club. For all those who missed it. (which is everyone! hahaha :D)
Cécile Oumhani has powerfully translated my poem ‘Skirt’ that appears in the latest issue of Trait-d ‘ Union ′They write’, along with a short interview. “Rochelle lives in Mumbai. Her very incisive writing is looking for a new tone to approach the place of women in today’s world.” Click to read.Glad & indebted.