Kynpham Sing Nongkynrih is an award-winning Khasi poet and writer. His latest works include the epic novel Funeral Nights, The Yearning of Seeds and Time’s Barter: Haiku and Senryu. He is the author of Around the Hearth: Khasi Legends and the co-editor of Dancing Earth: An Anthology of Poetry from Northeast India.
He has published his works extensively in India and overseas. His awards include the first Veer Shankar Shah-Raghunath Shah National Award for literature (Madhya Pradesh, 2008), a Tagore Fellowship (IIAS, Shimla, 2018) and The Bangalore Review June Jazz Award (2021). He teaches literature at North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong.
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