Authored By: Bindu Jagadeesh
Year of Publication: 2020
|Pages: 130||Binding: Paperback(PB)|
Category: Poetry, Fiction and Short Stories
|Price in Rs. 206.50||Price in (USA) $. 29.95|
By giving the title, ‘Song of the Witch’ to her first poetry collection, a new poet Bindu Jagadeesh has infused in poetry the dark powers allegedly possessed by talented women, who were burned at stake. These poems represent the perpetuation of a poetic tradition that has transposed the soul of a woman to that of a hungry tiger. Its growls are heard across the fields, outside the windows, giving us sleepless nights.In the leaves of this book you can see the pulse of a throbbing heart which travels with me, which disturbs me.
– Sara Joseph
Dr Bindu Jagadeesh was born in 1968 in Ettumanoor as the daughter of M.N Balagopal and R.Sumangala kutty. She did her schooling in St Thomas convent, Palakkad and her degree education from Govt.Victoria College. Her PhD is in Music Industry. At present she works as Associate professor in Economics, Govt. Victoria College, Palakkad. She has several academic publications to her credit. She has translated various short stories to Malayalam . She writes poems in English and Malayalam. This is her first anthology of poetry. Her husband, S Jagadeesh Babu is a renowned journalist and her son Aakash Babu works in Reuters, Banglore.