Authored By: Pramila Khadun, Koshy A.V. & Bina Biswas
Year of Publication: 2016
|Pages: 186||Binding: Paperback(PB)|
Category: Poetry, Fiction and Short Stories
|Price in Rs. 245.00||Price in (USA) $. 19.6|
“The book is a trilogy by a triumvirate, an exciting journey into and sojourn in the world of poetry. It includes the award winning poetry of Pramila Khadun, influenced by Tagore and Gibran, that is philosophical and emotive, sensitizing and capturing the sensitive reader's heart, most of all in her love poems, with her unique style. It also contains the poems of Bina Biswas with their bewitching imagery and brevity and slant on English that are as mesmerizing. The trilogy is made complete by the inclusion of the grippingly intellectual, Romantic, inter-textual and modernist poems of Koshy A.V. who is extending the boundaries and frontiers of Indian English poetry thereby.”
- Dr. Santosh Bakaya, author of the best-seller Ballad of Bapu and Reuel Prize for Writing and Literature Winner, 2014, for her long poem “Oh, Hark!”
Pramila Khadun is a writer from Mauritius who is famous as a poet, novelist and expert on nutrition, having shot into the limelight recently by winning the Reuel International Prize for Writing and Literature, 2015. She has four books to her credit, and three more in the pipeline including this one.
Dr. Koshy A.V. is famous as Pushcart Prize nominee for poetry 2012, and as author of Art of Poetry and co-editor of The Significant Anthology with Reena Prasad and Michele Baron, besides being a critic, an editor, a poet and anthologist with many books to his credit. He works in Jazan University as an Assistant Professor of English and runs an autism NPO with his wife Anna Gabriel.
Dr. Bina Biswas needs no introduction as translator, poet, critic and fiction writer. Being multilingual and a polyglot makes her one of the most powerful presences on the Indian writing scene today. She has poetry collections, short story collections, works of criticism and theory, with many more awaiting publication, and her best work so far is perhaps her translation of Naseer Ahmed Nasir’s Urdu poems in A Man Outside History, praised by Gulzar.