Saima Afreen reviews Nabina Das’s Sanskarnama in The New India Express, 7 June 2018, and writes, “Her poetry isn’t just the conduit for lament, the poems gush forward as angry lava — ready to burn, sweep, clean the space till the roots take to regeneration. The words demand to be read, used to clear the poisoned air around more so when minds turn benumbed, soporific. The lines attempt to act as wires of change layered upon one another, travelling through the psyche of the readers delivering the message as quickly and fiercely as possible. This sets the trail of rebellion both for the poet and the reader.”
Read the full review, Poems from a Rebel’s Pen at The New Indian Express Website.
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