Red River poet Ramu Ramanathan in conversation with Kanika Katyal in the sidelines of the second edition of ‘Readings in the Shed,’ held in Delhi on 15 November 2018: “I recall what Ibsen said centuries ago in An Enemy of the People — The majority is never right. Never, I tell you! That’s one of […]

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Launch of ‘Country Drive’ in Hyderabad on 2 December 2018.

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Koushik Sen reviews in Ethos Literary Journal (ELJ): To wrap up, the poems in this collection are so evocative that speaking much about them would ruin their flavour–and if you can sit through poems, you are up for an experience here. The excellent production of the book certainly helps the cause, and Rituparna Dey’s illustrations […]

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Masculinity Digs a Grave Over My Body by Soz. Now available! On Amazon.in On Instamojo

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Launch of ‘Country Drive’ in Pondicherry on 30 November 2018.

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Nasim Basiri in Atunis Poetry: The poet believes “language is a site of civilizational shifts”, Mixing language becomes a necessary act of protest and resistance through persona in a time when language is knowingly, often destructively, misused and retouched to render service to those in power. Nabina Das’s poetry offers insights into how multilingual resources […]

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Coming Soon. ‘Country Drive’ by Sukrita & Yasmin Ladha. To be launched in Pondicherry on 30 November 2018 and in Hyderabad on 2 December 2018. Watch this space.

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Keki Daruwalla writes on Book of Prayers in his column ‘Poetry Wire’ in The Hindu. Dibyajyoti Sarma is both poet and small-time publisher of beautiful volumes of poetry. His Book of Prayers could be placed in an art gallery. But nowhere does he say that the illustrations are his. The reader is baffled. His poetry […]

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Red River poet Namrata Pathak will speak on ‘English Poetry in the North East India, along with Preetinicha Barman, during Ethos Literary Festival 2018, on 22-23 December 2018 in Kolkata. Do attend and perhaps also get a signed copy of her book, ‘That’s How Mirai Eats a Pomegranate.’

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Jhilmil Breckenridge’s ‘Reclamation Song’ getting ready for the UK launch. On 21 November 2018. At the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Central Lancashire. Do spread the word.

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