Authored By: Sanjula Sharma
Year of Publication: 2020
|Pages: 112||Binding: Paperback(PB)|
Category: Poetry, Fiction and Short Stories
|Price in Rs. 206.50||Price in (USA) $. 29.95|
The Cameo Sheaves offers vibrant sketches of urban life that are imaginative, humane and contemporary.
- The Arab Times
For Rhyme or Reason is written in both rhyme and free verse and its myriad forms of poetry portray a vivid tapestry of thought and emotion. Sanjula's journey charts a course that moves from despair to joy.
- Rachna Joshi, journalist & poet
The Temple by Indian poet Sanjula Sharmareminded me of Tagore. The resolution at the end is very subtle.
- Antony Johae, poet & Prof, Kuwait University
The Temple is very beautiful. Loved its premise, texture and tone.
- Asian age
The anthology To be Mortal is an evocative ode to the notions of mortality and immortality written in both rhyme and free verse. For Delhi based poet Sanjula Sharma, poetry writing is an exercise that emanates straight from the heart.
- NawaidAnjum, journalist
Freelance journalist and author Sanjula Sharma pens immortal verses in her third book To Be Mortal. The verses are splendid and unique and the poems combine an ancient view of philosophy with a very modern outlook.
- Mandira Ghosh, Enchanting Verses, Literary Review
A Fistful of Sky is a myriad offering of haiku, sonnets, quatrains, free verse and rhyme. It showcases the poet’s versatility of themes that range from love, nature and life to mortality, metaphysics and committed poetry. This new collection evokes an emotional chord in the reader and touches the heartstrings of both the young and the old.
Sanjula Sharma is a poet, writer and journalist based in Delhi. She spent her formative years in thebeautiful hills of Darjeeling where she did her schooling and graduation. She has a Master’s degree in English literature from Jadavpur University, Kolkata.
The writer started her career in journalism with The Telegraph and has written extensively for national dailies like The Hindustan Times, Times of India and Pioneer. While residing in Kuwait for two years, she wrote for the Arab Times. She made forays into TV journalism as a scriptwriter with ZEE TV and later worked with All India Management Association (AIMA) for 7 years as consultant editor.
Sanjulaconducts Happy Minds-acreative writing workshop-for children in Delhi. She is actively involved with Tamana, a school for children with special needs. The poet regularly organises poetry events in the capital.
She has published four books of poetry. She also has a collection of short stories called The Cameo Sheaves. Her E-book,The Temple, is on Kindle and has also featured online as an audio rendition. Her forthcoming book is a medley of short stories based in Kuwait and India.