Small Talk

Author: Devanshi Khetarpal Pages: 64 Year of Publication: 2019 Price: Rs 150 ISBN: 978-81-941819-0-3 (9788194181903) About the Author Born in Bhopal, India, Devanshi Khetarpal is currently a junior at New York University (NYU), majoring in Comparative Literature with a minor in Creative Writing.  Khetarpal has previously interned at Poets House, and currently works as editor-in-chief of Inklette Magazine, poetry reader for Muzzle Magazine, application manager for the Speakeasy Project, and a Student Office Assistant for the NYU Department of Comparative Literature. She has studied […]

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Collected Works Volume IV: The Book of Chapbooks

Author: Hoshang Merchant Editor: Akshaya K. Rath Pages: 240 Year of Publication: 2018 Price: Rs 700 ISBN: 978-93-5045-188-5 (9789350451885) About the Author Hoshang Merchant is India’s first openly gay poet. He has published over 20 volumes of poetry with Writers Workshop, India, since 1989. He is a respected Queer Theorist with three critical studies on the subject published by national and international presses and has also published a study of Anais Nin with Writers Workshop (In-discretions: Anais Nin). He translates from Urdu as […]

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Embers, Ash and Dust

Author: Chandni Kapur Pages: 36Year of Publication: 1999Price:  HB Rs 60, FB Rs 40 ISBN:HB 81-7595-474-4 ( 8175954744) FB 81-7595-475-2 ( 8175954752) Teaser Life The life is throbbing in my veinsis proving its essenceby shaping itself into my words,moulding my lines …my strengthforever changing its vision… its foresight – for itselfyet, always remaining the same – refuting its beingrenaming its shroud – alwayson a pretext to live throughits existence:its preservergiving birth to a wholesomeenveloping the essence of the livingnaming my presence – stating/understating itflowing […]

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Of Nooks and Cloisters

Author: Chandni Kapur Pages: 40Year of Publication: 2019Price: Rs 150ISBN:978-93-5045-197-7 (9789350451977) About the AuthorChandni Kapur is the author of seven books of poetry – Reflections (1992), Lurking Shadows (1997), Embers, Ash & Dust (1999), Karma (2001), The Looking Glass (2004), The Other Face (2009) and Timeless Interludes (2013) – all published by Writers Workshop, India, with whom she has been associated with for nearly thirty years. She holds an MBA and has over twenty years of leadership experience in non-profit and corporate sectors in India and Singapore. At present, she is based in Dubai where […]

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Nonsense Rhymes

Author: Sukumar Ray Translator: Satyajit Ray Pages: 40Year of Publication: First published 1970, Second Edition 1997, Third Edition 2009, Corrected and Expanded Fourth Edition 2019Price: Rs 160ISBN:978-93-5045-199-1 (9789350451991) About the BookThis is Satyajit Ray’s translation of poems from his father’s renowned Bengali collection, Abol Tabol. The new edition includes an afterword by Sibaji Bandyopadhyay, translated by Parantap Chakraborty.

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Indian Poems

Author: Didier Coste Pages: 68Year of Publication: 2019Price: Rs 250 / € 12ISBN:978-93-5045-198-4 (9789350451984) About the AuthorBorn in 1946, Didier Coste is a French and Australian trilingual writer, translator, cultural theorist and Emeritus Professor of Comparative Literature. A frequent visitor to India, he has been twice a Fellow of the Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Advanced Study (Jawaharlal Nehru University) and a guest of Jadavpur University, Delhi University and the University of Rajasthan. His poetry in English includes Vita Australis, bilingual […]

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Mosaic ~ An Anthology of Young Adult Writing

Creators: The Ashok Hall Group of Schools Pages: 92 Year of Publication: 2019 Price: Rs 300 ISBN: 978-93-5045-194-6 (9789350451946) About the Book This is the culmination of a twelve week creative writing course that Professor Ananda Lal conducted with the high school students of Ashok Hall Girls’ Higher Secondary School, G.D. Birla Centre for Education and Mahadevi Birla Shishu Vihar. Comprising poems and stories, this book encapsulates the myriad perspectives and concerns of young people and exemplifies the value of classes that focus on […]

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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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Sand Column

Author: Purabi Bhattacharya Pages: 96 Year of Publication: 2019 Price: Rs 300 ISBN: 978-93-5045-191-5 (9789350451915) About the Author Purabi Bhattacharya is a Gujarat-based writer of poetry and prose, hailing from Shillong. Her first book of poetry, Call Me, was published by Writers Workshop, India, in 2015. Teaser From the northwest From the northwest a strong wind blows it sees most farmlands and hutments, stunned and sulking promises tossed out through the Arabian and the sea turns pale. Fourteen summers have gone. Fourteen times between hot […]

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Reveries and Recollections

Author: Gautham Ramakrishnan Pages: 64 Year of Publication: 2018 Price: Rs 200 ISBN: 978-93-5045-193-9 (9789350451939) About the Author Born in Chennai in 1991, Gautham Ramakrishnan has been dabbling in poetry since the age of 14. A student of arts and humanities, he is a teacher and basketball coach in Kodaikanal, and, believing in the power of words – which have the ability to give wings to imagination and creativity – he is on a mission to teach children to read and enjoy books. Teaser Sun and […]

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