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Saima Afreen

"Poems are alive volcanoes. They live, breathe. Hear the earth."

An interaction with the poet Saima Afreen, leading up to the festival Poetry with Prakriti 2017.

Published on 2nd December 2017
Ramu Ramanathan

Ramu Ramanathan on reinventing the tradition of lok shahiri 

An interaction with the poet Ramu Ramanathan, leading up to the festival Poetry with Prakriti 2017.

Published on 2nd December 2017
Allan Sealy

Poetry with Prakriti 2017: Talking language with Allan Sealy

An interaction with the poet Allan Sealy, leading up to the festival Poetry with Prakriti. 

Published on 30th November 2017
Anand Sandip Thakore

Poetry with Prakriti 2017: Anand Thakore on literary traditions

An interaction with the poet Anand Thakore, leading up to the festival Poetry with Prakriti. 

Published on 30th November 2017
Ishvar Krishnan

Poetry with Prakriti 2017: Ishvar Krishnan on Madras as an emotion

An interaction with the poet Ishvar Krishnan, leading up to the festival Poetry with Prakriti.

Published on 2nd December 2017
Navkirat Sodhi

Poetry with Prakriti 2017: Navkirat Sodhi makes an impact

An interaction with the poet Navkirat Sodhi, leading up to the festival Poetry with Prakriti.

Published on 2nd December 2017
Priya Sarukkai Chabria

Priya Sarukkai Chabria on literary activism and the power of poetry

An interaction with the poet Priya Sarukkai Chabria, leading up to the festival Poetry with Prakriti.

Published on 2nd December 2017
Ashwani Kumar

Poetry with Prakriti 2017: Ashwani Kumar on activism

An interaction with the poet Ashwani Kumar, leading up to the festival Poetry with Prakriti. 

Published on 30th November 2017
Ayesha Chatterjee

Versatility in verse

With her new book Bottles and Bones out on the stands, Toronto-based Ayesha Chatterjee gets candid about her style and influences

Published on 4th October 2017
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"Freedom to disturb and agitate is the right of all poets"

Eminent litterateur K. Satchidanandan  participated in engrossing scholarly discussion on poetry as freedom held as part of Vak: The Raza Biennale of Indian Poetry

Published on 10th April 2017
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Morality, civilised selves exert little control over poetry: Ashis Nandy

Ashis Nandy said here that the ‘un-socialisable’ nature of the poetic act meant it was an exercise in conscience

Published on 10th April 2017
A panel discussion at VAK

Real danger of myth becoming memory: Keki Daruwalla

Iconic litterateur Keki N Daruwalla contends that poetry is an important counterweight against the canonisation of myth as memory.

Published on 8th April 2017
VAK Opening Poetry Session

Nuanced expressions of loss and longing at VAK opening session

Solitude, despair, loss, desire and longing informed readings across Indian languages at the opening session of the country’s first ever biennale of poetry.

Published on 8th April 2017
Lubna Irfan

Vak is worship: Indian writing at the country’s first poetry biennale 

Indian language poets are set to take centrestage at VAK: The Raza Biennale of Indian Poetry

Published on 7th April 2017

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