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Linda Ashok

Linda Ashok is the Founder/President of RædLeafPoetry-India(rlpoetry.org). She identifies herself as a pro-Tibetan and currently working on her second poetry manuscript.

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Suman Sridhar

Suman Sridhar is a counter culture artist and performer. Raised in Mumbai with a foundation in the traditional Indian performing arts, Suman went on to earn earn a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music and Women’s & Gender Studies from Rutgers

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Sourav Roy

 Sourav Roy has authored 3 books of Hindi poems titled अनभ्ररात्रिकीअनुपमा, उत्तिष्ठभारत and यायावर. His poems have been published in almost all major Hindi literary magazines. He has won two national level awards for his poetry. He is the editor

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Manohar Shetty

Manohar Shetty has published seven books of poems, including ‘Domestic Creatures’ (Oxford University Press, New Delhi). His new books are ‘Creatures Great and Small’ (Copper Coin, N Delhi; 2014) and ‘Living Room’ (HarperCollins. N Delhi). In the UK his poems have appeared in

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Akhil Katyal

Akhil Katyal is a writer and translator based in Delhi. His first poetry book “Night Charge Extra” is forthcoming with Writers Workshop in early 2015. He was selected as one of the five best emerging Indian writers to be invited

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Aditi Rao

Aditi Rao is a writer, educator, and dreamer. Passionate about peace education, Aditi has worked extensively in the youth development and social change arenas, particularly in examining the role of the arts in social change. Aditi’s poetry has appeared in

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Gujarati Dalit Poetry Panel moderated by Gopika Jadeja

Noises from the Sabarmati III Following from two earlier panels on poetry from Gujarat, this panel of poetry translation aims to explore the polyphony and polemics of poetry in Gujarat as separate from the singular narrative of ‘Gujarati’ poetry (‘Gujarati’

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Jessy James Lafleur

Jessy James LaFleur is a travelling poet, wandering the million paths of this earth as a nomad since almost 13 years, always on the quest for new adventures to write about. She speaks 6 languages and uses 3 of them to interpret

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Dirk Heulstrunk

HuelsTrunk (b. 1964) is a internationally active sound poet, spoken word poet, writer, creative writing teacher and curator of art/poetry events from Frankfurt/Main, Germany. Influences range from Dada, Surrealists, Fluxus, Beatpoets to Pop and modern electronic sound-poetry. He works with

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Alvin Pang

Alvin Pang was named 2005 Young Artist of the Year (Literature) by the National Arts Council Singapore. He holds a First Class Honours degree in English literature from the University of York and an Honorary Fellowship in Writing from the

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