Search Results for: 2004

The Other Face

Description: Author: Chandni Kapur Pages: 44 Year of Publication: 2009 Price: HB Rs 100, FB Rs 80 ISBN: HB 978-81-8157-917-1 (9788181579171) FB 978-81-8157-918-8 (9788181579188) About the Author: Chandni Kapur is the author of five books of poetry — Reflections (1992), Lurking Shadows (1997), Embers, Ash & Dust (1999), Karma (2001) and The Looking Glass (2004). She believes The Other Face has been strongly influenced by her own experiences of contemporary traumatic incidents like the Punjab terrorism of the 1980s, the […]

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The Supreme Sound: Gan Diva

Description: Author: Rajkumari Pages: 396 Year of Publication: 2004 Price: HB Rs 500, FB Rs 300 ISBN: HB 81-8157-166-5 (8181571665) FB 81-8157-167-3 (8181571673) Teaser: From The Dervish Whirl: Masud A great argument was on in the centres of learning. It was of the possible influences on the doctrines of the great philosophers, Abu Saeed of Nakhna and Abus Sarwani, the moon of the Sharqi kingdom as he was called. History, Poetry, Law and of course Philosophy, they scratched and picked […]

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Timeless Interludes

Description: Author: Chandni Kapur Pages: 48 Year of Publication: 2013 Price: Rs 100 ISBN: 978-93-5045-069-7 (9789350450697) About the Author: Chandni Kapur is the author of six books of poetry – Reflections (1992), Lurking Shadows (1997), Embers, Ash & Dust (1999), Karma (2001), The Looking Glass (2004) and The Other Face (2009) – all published by Writers Workshop, India, with whom she has been associated with for nearly twenty years. She is a Life Member of The Poetry Society, India. Outside […]

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Waves

Description: Author: Soma Dutta Pages: 110 Year of Publication: 2009 Price: HB Rs 200, FB Rs 100 ISBN: HB 978-81-8157-863-1 (9788181578631) FB 978-81-8157-864-8 (9788181578648) About the Author: Dr. Soma Dutta is the Vice Principal and Head of the Department of English of Krishna Public School Bhilai. She has won many prizes for her literary works at the state and national level. She has received letters of appreciation from the former President of India, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam for a poem […]

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Winding Ways

Description: Author: Tapati Baruah Kashyap Pages: 72 Year of Publication: 2013 Price: Rs 150 ISBN: 978-93-5045-047-5 (9789350450475) About the Author: Born in 1967, Dr. Kashyap lives in Guwahati where she teaches English at Beltola Junior College. She was the recipient of a two-year fellowship awarded by the Ministry of Culture, Government of India, between 2008 and 2010 through which she undertook a study on women in Assamese poetry. Additionally, she was awarded The Assam Tribune group’s Kunjabala Devi Memorial Award […]

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Selected Poems

Description: Author: Susmita Bhattacharya Pages: 144 Year of Publication: First published 1999, Revised and enlarged second edition 2010 Price: HB Rs 200, FB Rs 150 ISBN: HB 978-81-8157-933-1 (9788181579331) FB 978-81-8157-934-8 (9788181579348) About the Author: Susmita Bhattacharya was born in Calcutta in 1947. She received a Ph.D. in Philosophy from Poona University in 1975. Dr. Bhattacharya has written several poetry collections. Her Bengali volumes include Karir Pahar Harer Pahar and Purushottamer Sange Pancham Sakshatkar. Her English volumes, in translation, comprise […]

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The Contribution of Writers Workshop

Ananda Lal and Rubana Huq   In 1987, the Institute of Book Publishing in New Delhi established the Indian Publishing Hall of Fame, “to acknowledge, acclaim and honour those who have made outstanding contributions to the promotion of publishing and the cause of book culture in India.”[i] The inaugural list of inductees comprised, posthumously, Jawaharlal Nehru, K. M. Munshi (founder of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan), D. R. Mankekar (who authored many books of political journalism), and M. N. Rao (promoter of […]

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Who We Are

The Writers Workshop Team Ananda Lal directs Writers Workshop since 2010, succeeding his father P. Lal. He retired as a Professor of English, Jadavpur University, Kolkata. He served as the Head of that Department and has a long and distinguished career in English literary studies in India, and as a translator and editor. His books include Rabindranath Tagore: Three Plays (1987, 2001), The Oxford Companion to Indian Theatre (2004), Indian Drama in English: The Beginnings (2019), Utpal Dutt: Barricade (2021) and Songs of Tagore: Poetry and Melody (2023). He has lectured […]

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About Writers Workshop

Glory be to Mahakala. It is now 2010. I am four score and two. Time for some home truths. Because writers workshop  has close to 3500 separate titles in its checklist (published over 50 years 1958-2008), there is a misconception that it is an Indian publishing leviathan. (No other publisher in India has that many titles on its list.) The truth is much less awesome. writers workshop has no office; it operates from my residence, from the living-room and a […]

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