Thursday, October 28, 2021

My Questions, My Answers – Ravi Shanker N ( Ra Sh)

    Let’s start from the present. You just released a Book of Love. What is that and why is that? How is it different? It’s a...

Multiple facets of Nigerian Literature – An interview with Ikeogu Oke

  By Rajesh Subramanian Ikeogu Oke is one of the best known faces of contemporary Nigerian and African literary world. He won the Nigeria LNG's prestigious...

Always on Writer’s Side : Kanishka Gupta

By Rajesh Subramanian In 2009, Kanishka Gupta was the youngest author on the long-list of the Man Asian Literary Prize for his novel History Of...

Pakistan gave my roots and London, the wings to fly- Sabyn Javeri

By Rajesh Subramanian Dr. Sabyn Javeri is an Assistant Professor at the Arzu center for Literature and Languages at Habib University. She has a Masters...

I ordered a Short Story from Milorad Pavic – An Interview with Jasmina Mihajlovic

  Interviewed by  Rajesh Subramanian   Could you share some of your most memorable experiences with your late husband, Milorad Pavic, as a literary co-traveler? Our literary cooperation...

The Life of a Literary Agent – An interview with Stefano Bisacchi

  By Rajesh Subramanian Stefano Bisacchi manages a reputed literary agency, Tempi Irregolari ( https://www.tempirregolari.com/ ) and has been instrumental in arranging the publication of translations...

Why I consider Poetry an endangered art form – An interview with Ikeogu...

Ikeogu Oke is the winner of the 2017 edition of the Nigeria Prize for Literature, an annual competition sponsored by Nigeria LNG Ltd (NLNG)....

Poetic Abundance in Blank Spaces – An Interview with Gili Haimovich

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There is No Subject that isn’t Poetic Material – An Interview with Erin Rodoni

  By  Rajesh Subramanian Erin Rodoni is the author of two full length poetry collections: Body, in Good Light (Sixteen Rivers Press, 2017) and A Landscape for Loss (NFSPS Press,...

I Like Innovations : Danijela Trajković

  Interviewed by Rajesh Subramanian Danijela Trajković is a Serbian author and translator. Her works have been featured extensively in various poetry anthologies. Only a few literary...

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