The task of the editors is cut out–from discovering ice in distant afternoons to transporting glass churches into a newly found land. To do so they will have two months for paring nails, one month for accepting interventions and one month for discovering signs taken for wonders before letting each new issue enter the world.
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF | Amit Shankar Saha (on hiatus)
Author of three books of poems, Balconies of Time (2017), Fugitive Words (2019) and Illicit Poems (2020); two non-fiction books, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Essayist (2023) and Transitions: Indian Diaspora and Four Women Writers (2023); and co-editor of a short-story collection Dynami Zois (2018). More at https://amitshankarsaha.com
CHIEF EXECUTIVE EDITOR | Jagari Mukherjee
Award-winning author of ‘Blue Rose’ (Bhashalipi 2017), Between Pages (Cherry-House Press 2019), ‘The Elegant Nobody’ (Hawakal 2020) and ‘Wine-Kissed Poems’ (with Ampat Koshy) which ranked #2 on Amazon Bestsellers List. A DAAD scholar, Bear River alumna and Best of the Net nominee.
Nikita Parik is the 2022-2023 Charles Wallace Visiting Fellow at the University of Stirling. Her third book, My City is a Murder of Crows (2022), has been nominated for the Sahitya Akademi Yuva Puraskar, and shortlisted for the Rabindranath Tagore Literary Prize. She has recently presented talks, readings, and workshops at SOAS University of London, University of Kent, and University of Stirling.
Recipient of The Kavi Salam Award, Sufia Khatoon is a poet, editor, translator, facilitator, curator, visual artist. Co-Founder of Rhythm Divine Poets community. Author of ‘Death in the Holy Month’ (Shortlisted for Sahitya Akademi Yuva Puraskar 2020).
Anindita Bose has co-written ‘The Virtual Reality’. Her Solo Poetry book is ‘I Know the Truth of a Broken Mirror’. She is a Coordinator for the Chair Poetry Evenings, Kolkata.
Somrita Urni Ganguly
Somrita Urni Ganguly is a professor, and award-winning poet and literary translator. She was a Fulbright Doctoral Research Fellow at Brown University, and her work has been showcased at the London Book Fair.
Huzaifa Pandit holds a PhD in Comparative Resistance Poetry from the University of Kashmir.
Kripi Malviya is an intersectional mental health therapist, psychologist, advocate, experienced curator and poet.
Sana Tamreen Mohammed
Sana Tamreen Mohammed is an acclaimed poet published across the world. She was featured in a radio show, co-authored “Kleptomaniac’s Book of Unoriginal Poems” (BRP, Australia) and edited a prose and poetry anthology.
Aakriti Kuntal is a poet from Gurugram, India. She was awarded the Reuel International Prize 2017 for poetry and was a finalist for the RL Poetry Award 2018. Her poem Lilith was nominated for the Best of the Net 2018-19.
Ritamvara writes from Darjeeling. She writes for the ‘I am’ in her heart, in her heart, a voice that creates ripples and sensation. Paradoxes in life are what inspire her to write.
Urvashi is a full-time poet and a part-time scholar who loves engaging with words, both written and spoken. A student of literature, she is currently engaged as a freelance content writer.
Authored and published – a work of translation, A Bengali Lady in England (2020, Hawakal), an e-book of fiction The Ghumi Days (2021, Juggernaut), Forthcoming and co-edited – an anthology of critical essays Understanding Women’s Experiences of Displacement (Routledge) and a poetry anthology from IPPL Voices and Visions (Virasat)
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