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Dust

Author: Nileen Putatunda  Pages: 64 Year of Publication: 2018 Price: Rs 200 ISBN: 978-93-5045-192-2 (9789350451922) About the Author Nileen Putatunda was born in 1978 in Calcutta. He did his schooling in St. Mary’s School, Bombay, and St. James’ School, Calcutta. He graduated from St. Stephen’s College, Delhi, in 2000 and worked for some time in the social development sector. Prior to this one, eight books of his spiritual poetry have been published by Writers Workshop, India, between 2006 and 2017. His books have been reviewed […]

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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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Sweet

Author: Nileen Putatunda  Pages: 84 Year of Publication: 2017 Price: Rs 150 ISBN: 978-93-5045-157-1 (9789350451571) About the Author: Nileen Putatunda was born in 1978 in Calcutta. He did his schooling in St. Mary’s School, Bombay, and St. James’ School, Calcutta. He graduated from St. Stephen’s College, Delhi, in 2000 and worked for some time in the social development sector. Seven books of his spiritual poetry have been published by Writers Workshop, India between 2006 and 2013. His books have been reviewed in the international Vedanta […]

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Glimpses of Life

Author: Saikat Moira Pages: 172 Year of Publication: 2016 Price: Rs 350 ISBN: 978-93-5045-117-5 (9789350451175) About the Author: Born in 1990, Saikat Moira completed his Master’s in English Literature with a high First Class from Calcutta University in 2013. He had graduated from Asutosh College in 2011.  He has written a number of poems and short stories, published in various magazines.  His essay “New Dimensions of Indian Foreign Policy” won the second prize in an essay competition organized by Pratiyogita Darpan. […]

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An Ember from Her Pyre

Author: Shelly Bhoil Pages: 96 Year of Publication: 2016 Price: Rs 200 ISBN: 978-93-5045-140-3 (9789350451403) About the Author: Shelly Bhoil is a poet and academic who lives between India and Brazil. She has published poetry and research papers in reputed journals and anthologies in India and abroad. Her debut book of poetry is being translated into Portuguese for publication in Brazil. She was the 2011 winner of the Tahoe SAFE Alliance poetry contest (US).  Her doctoral research, in Panjab University, is a study […]

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Orpheus in Kolkata

Author: Joe Winter Pages: 80 Year of Publication: 2016 Price: Rs 200 ISBN: 978-93-5045-134-2 (9789350451342) About the Author: 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, […]

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Managing the Journey through Rough Terrain

Author: Gouranga P. Chattopadhyay Pages: 100 Year of Publication: 2016 Price: Rs 200 ISBN: 978-93-5045-133-5 (9789350451335) About the Author: Born in 1931, Emeritus Professor Gouranga P. Chattopadhyay started writing poetry late in his life. He has published six collections of verse, all with Writers Workshop, India, between 1983 and 2014. His other publications include works of criticism, journal articles and English translations of Sulekha Sanyal’s Nanabankur (a Bengali novel) and a collection of Rabindranath Tagore’s poems and songs (ed. Himani Banerjee). A  festschrift edited […]

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The Remnant Glow

Authors: Meera Chakravorty, Elsa Maria Lindqvist Pages: 72 Year of Publication: 2016 Price: Rs 150 ISBN: 978-93-5045-127-4 (9789350451274) About the Authors: Meera Chakravorty is a research faculty in the Department of Cultural Studies, Jain University, Bangalore, India. She has translated into Kannada Bengali novels that won Sahitya Akademi (National Academy of Letters) awards, like Manoj Basu’s Nishikutumba and Amiyabhushan Majumdar’s Rajnagar, as well as a collection of Jibanananda Das’s poetry and Saonli Mitra’s play Nathavati Anathavat. She translated into Bengali a collection of Kannada Vachanas (by medieval poet visionaries challenging stereotypes) and […]

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of butterflies and lullabies & Unfinished conversations

Author: Dawngi Chawngthu Pages: 88 Year of Publication: 2015 Price: Rs 200 ISBN: 978-93-5045-124-3 (9789350451243) About the Author: Laldawngliani Chawngthu uses the pen name Dawngi Chawngthu. She is an educationist by profession and a passionate creative writer. Her poems have been brought out in the publications, The Storytellers Anthology, Volume 1: A Stream of Poetry (Brian Wrixon Books, Canada, 2013) and Women of One World (by the same press, 2015, in support of Needs of Women International). Her poem “Motherhood” was translated […]

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The Third Glass of Wine

Author: Dipika Mukherjee Pages: 88 Year of Publication: 2015 Price: Rs 250 ISBN: 978-93-5045-125-0 (9789350451250) About the Author: Dipika Mukherjee is a writer and sociolinguist. Her debut novel, Thunder Demons (Gyaana, 2011) was long-listed for the Man Asian Literary Prize; it has been republished as Ode to Broken Things (Repeater, UK) and distributed by Penguin/Random House worldwide in 2016. Her short story collection, Rules of Desire (Fixi, Malaysia) was  published in 2015. She won the 2014 Gayatri GaMarsh Memorial Award for Literary Excellence as well as the Platform Flash Fiction Prize in 2009. Her edited anthologies on […]

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