Poetry

Attesting the ‘wounded land’

A review of 'Then There Were No Witnesses' by Ahilan, translated by Geetha Sukumaran.

| Jan 27, 2020

Love Tales

Five Poems

| Aug 26, 2016

Where we came from

‘Monsoon in Manhattan’ and other poems

| Jul 15, 2016

Amaltas–Monsoon and other poems

Two poems and two translations.

| Jun 30, 2016

Bluetooth in our bodies

Original text by Sreedeep; translation from Bengali by Sunayani Ganguly

| Jun 17, 2016

Asians in Mombasa

The enduring impact of transoceanic economic and cultural exchange.

| Dec 15, 2014

India (for Safdar Hashmi)

Mimicking Allen Ginsberg’s ‘America’, a poet’s scathing critique of the Indian nationalist project

| Jan 14, 2013

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