Tuhin Bhowal reviews Indu Parvathi’s debut poetry collection, On the Sidewalk.
“I’ve felt like a dot surrounded by dots / all being pushed along a curve, / through the bowels of the city.”
“One of the main reasons for LPB’s popularity is that it is a non-judgemental platform for anyone interested in poetry,” writes Sonali Bhatia.
In an exclusive interview with Bengaluru Review, Namrata discusses her debut collection of poems, That’s How Mirai Eats a Pomegranate.
Bishweshwar reviews Achla Grover’s The Midnight Telegrams.
In an exclusive interview with Bengaluru Review, Maitreyee Bhattacharjee Chowdhury discusses her new book on the Hungriyalists.
Five poems by Sameer Tanti, translated by Dibyajyoti Sarma