Born in Mumbai in 1940, Adil Jussawalla is the author of six books of poems. His book Trying to Say Goodbye was honoured with a Sahitya Akademi Award. Selections of his prose have appeared in three books, the latest one being The Magic Hand of Chance. He has worked as a language teacher, a lecturer in English Literature at St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai, and has been Book Reviews Editor at several newspapers and magazines. After studying and working in England from 1957 to 1969, he returned to Mumbai in 1970, and has lived there since.
Ali Abdollahi, prolific poet and translator, was born in Birjand, Iran. He has published seven collections of poetry, translated more than ninety books on literature and philosophy, and written…More Info
A K Blakemore is a novelist and poet from London. Her poetry collection Fondue published in 2018 won the Ledbury Forte Prize for best second collection, and her debut…More Info
Arundhathi Subramaniam is a leading Indian poet and author of thirteen books of poetry and prose. Shortlisted for the TS Eliot Prize 2015, she is the recipient of the…More Info
Arvind Krishna Mehrotra is one of India’s leading poets. His most recent book is The Book of Indian Essays: Two Hundred Years of English Prose an edited volume. He…More Info