The Golden Treasury of Writers Workshop Poetry

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Description:

Author: Rubana Huq (Editor)
Pages: 409
Price: HB Rs 400, FB Rs 300
Year of Publication: 2008
ISBN:
HB 978-81-8157-801-3 (9788181578013)
FB 978-81-8157-802-3 (9788181578023)

About the Author:
Rubana Huq began pursuing her academic aspirations twenty years later than schedule. She is currently a researcher at Writers Workshop and hopes to do justice to her thesis on the impact of Writers Workshop on the pace and space of its poets. She lives and works in Dhaka and Kolkata both. She shuttles between two lands and two roles.

Teaser:
This is a highly graphical collection of history and poetry from the fifty-year run of Writers Workshop. A sample follows:

Bones Branches and the Poised Fruit / Pradip Sen

Bones branches and the poised fruit
Bear witness
to the sun,
The discarded flesh
to man’s passion;
Both are pitiless.

And the single bone
sings alone
In the wilderness.

Contents:
A.K Ramanujan / 18-25
A. Madhavan / 26-27
Adarsh Misra / 28-32
Adil Jussawalla / 33-41
Agha Shahid Ali / 42-47
Amitava Kumar / 48-51
Anil Saari / 52
Arun Kolhatkar / 53-54
Arvind Krishna Mehrotra / 55-59
B. Rajan / 60-61
Bashabi Fraser / 62-64
Chandra Wickramasinghe / 65
Chitra Pershad / 66-67
Daud Haider / 68-69
David McCutchion / 70-72
Deb Kumar Das / 73-78
Dbjani Chatterjee / 79-82
Feroz Ahmed ud Din / 83-86
Gauri Deshpande / 87-91
Gieve Patel / 92-97
Gopal R. Honnalere / 98-102
Hoshang Merchant / 102-108
Ira De / 109-111
Jane Bhandari / 112-113
Jatin Das / 114-118
Jayanta Mahapatra / 119-121
Jean Arasanagam / 122-125
Joe Winter / 126-128
K. D. Katrak / 129-135
K. N. Daruwalla / 136-140
K. Raghavendra Rao / 141-144
Kalyan Ray / 145-146
Kamala Das / 147-155
Kapil Khachru / 156-158
Kavita Ezekiel / 159
Kewlian Seo / 160-164
Kshitij Mohan / 165-166
Lakshmi Kannan / 167-183
Lawrence Bantleman / 184-191
Leela Dharmaraj / 192-194
M. K. Naik / 195-199
M. P. Bhaskaran / 200-201
Malathi Rao / 202
Mamang Dai / 203-204
Mani Rao / 205-208
Margaret Chatterjee / 209-213
Meena Alexander / 214-217
Monika Varma / 218-226
Mukesh K. Williams / 227-230
Mukta Sambrani / 231-232
N. C. Mahashabde / 233-234
Narendra K. Sethi / 235-236
Nissam Ezekiel / 237-249
P. Lal / 250-255
Paul Roche / 256-261
Pradip Sen / 262-271
Prakash Kona / 272-275
Praseet Sen / 276-278
Pritish Nandy / 279-285
R. Parthasarthy / 286-290
R. Rabindranath Menon / 291
Robert Miller / 293-295
Roshen Alkazi / 296-297
Rupendra Guha Majumdar / 298-302
Ruskin Bond / 303-307
S. Santhi / 308-310
Saleem Peeradina / 311-314
Sasthi Brata / 315-317
Shama Futehally / 318-319
Shankar Mokashi Punekar / 320-321
Sharat Chandra / 322-323
Shekhar Aiyar / 324-326
Shiv K. Kumar / 327-328
Shree Devi Singh / 329-331
Shreela Ray / 332-334
Shubhoranjan Dasgupta / 335-337
Siddharth Kak / 338-341
Srinivas Rayaprol / 342-343
Srinjay Chakravarti / 344-349
Subhas Chandra Saha / 350
Subhash Kak / 351-352
Sujata Bala Subramaniam / 353-354
Suniti Namjoshi / 355-366
Suresh Kohli / 367-370
Syd Harrex / 371-374
Tapati Mookerji / 375-376
Tejaswini Niranjana / 377
Thomas Ansell / 378-380
Tilottama Rajan / 381-383
Tom Jones / 384-387
Uma Parameswaran / 388-389
Vera Sharma / 390-392
Vihan Naik / 393-394
Vikram Seth / 395-401
William Hull / 402-405
Yamini Krishnamurti / 406-409

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