Poets and poetry lovers, would you like a big fat poetry treat to hold you up during this COVID-19 pandemic? You can be anywhere in the world to join this feast of poetry by forty-six Indian English poets. Yes, I… Read More »In Solidarity: Download Best Indian Poetry 2018 against COVID-19
Korean poet Yoon Dong-Ju (1917-1945) was one of the famous poets who died early. During his lifetime, he never experienced praise and appreciation from his country people. Six months before World War II ended, his poems were gathered in a… Read More »DongJu: The Portrait of a Poet — films Korean Poet, Yoon Dong-Ju
Planning to go on a date with your literary partner somewhere in Paris? I have got you 8 literary places in Paris that you’ll be excited to visit. Here are some exotic 8 literary places in Paris that you should… Read More »8 Literary Places in Paris other than Shakespeare & Co.
We all have at least one place in our heart where we are forever planning to visit but cannot make it. Either it is because of money or time or other pop-up obligations. So, the place in my heart is… Read More »12 Quaint and Gorgeous Log Houses in Norway for Poets
The editor of Quesadilla and Other Adventures, Somrita Urni Ganguly has done a fine compilation of food poetry conceptualized as a proper 5-star menu. Published by Hawakal Publishers, 2019, the book has two of my poems. They are “No Love… Read More »Mar 2019 to Jan 2020: A Round-Up of my Published Poetry
The way Indian poets know about poets outside the country, seldom do the poets outside India take any interest in Indian poetry owing to linguistic biases and doubts around if Indian English is legit English as spoken around the world.… Read More »Introducing 96 Indian English Poets for your MFA in Poetry
Why should poets have a website? Glad that you asked this question. If you are a poet, I know selling the idea of branding to a poet is equivalent to selling snow to the Eskimo. But, not only I am… Read More »Top 10 Reasons Why Should Poets have a Website
Annie Finch Performs a Poem Annie at Jorasanko Thakurbari The very first thing we did was to visit Jorasanko Thakurbari where or Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore was born. It was my first time to Thakurbari. The part Kolkata where Thakurbari… Read More »My Days with the American Poet Annie Finch in Kolkata