Poetry

What Southasia read in 2022

Book recommendations from a year of reading by Southasian writers, poets, translators and journalists

| Jan 06, 2023

Attesting the ‘wounded land’

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

| Jan 27, 2020

For Mnemosyne

Two poems

| Nov 15, 2016

Tallying zeroes

Seven poems

| Nov 14, 2016

Of hills and laments

Four Poems

| Oct 28, 2016

Tracing memories

Six poems

| Oct 22, 2016

Underground

Three poems

| Oct 10, 2016

A Tibetan Daughter

Four poems

| Oct 07, 2016

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