Books by Joe Winter

Joe Winter was born in London in 1943 and began writing poetry at the age of 19, as a university student. He taught English in secondary schools in London from 1967 to 1993 and between 2006 and 2011. He lived in Calcutta from 1994 to 2006 where he taught part-time as well. All his books of poems have been published by Writers Workshop, India, along with works of literary criticism and translations. Poetry – Redbirds: 1. Homage to Rabindranath Tagore (1995)    […]

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In Search of Humanness

Author: Rajen Brijnath Pages: 188 Year of Publication: 2018 Price: Rs 400 ISBN: 978-93-5045-185-4 (9789350451854) About the Author Rajen Brijnath was born in Lahore in 1935 and moved with his family to Jamshedpur in May 1947. He graduated from St Stephen’s College, Delhi and worked in ITC Ltd from 1955 till 1988. He moved to Dehra Dun in 1988 where he practised as independent consultant in human relations and development till 2014. For seven years he was advisor to Doon Library and Research Centre. […]

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Sediments of Silence

Author: Mohammad Hasan Pages: 164 Year of Publication: 2018 Price: Rs 400 ISBN: 978-93-5045-186-1 (9789350451861) About the Author Professor Mohammad Hasan, born in Taranagar (Rajasthan), studied geography in the Universities of Jodhpur and Syracuse, New York. He taught at the Universities of Jodhpur and Nairobi (Kenya), and HCM Rajasthan State Institute of Public Administration, Jaipur. A recipient of the Fulbright-Hays Scholarship for doctoral and advanced research on South Asians in the USA, he was also awarded a British Council Fellowship at Manchester University, UK.  […]

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Lost Monsoon

Author: Prabha Prakash Pages: 72 Year of Publication: 2018 Price: Rs 200 ISBN: 978-93-5045-187-8 (9789350451878) About the Author Prabha Prakash is a chartered accountant by profession and writer by passion. Her poems have been published in Ink Drift, Kalaage and the Women’s Day issue of Delhi Poetry Slam. She blogs at Epiphanic Moments. Apart from writing, she loves teaching and Carnatic music. Teaser A Lost Monsoon The “new” sheds its charm Amateurish and incomplete And stoops down – As if in defeat – To the […]

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