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INTERVIEWS & REVIEWS

Poets Are Literary Photographers…, Scroll.in, October 2017
The State of Poetry Publishing in India, FirstPost, October 2017
For the Love of Language, Myths and Mangoes, The Sunday Guardian, April 2015
Poets & Poems: The (Great) Indian Poetry Collective, tweetspeak poetry, March 2015
Open up and Say AHHH, Chauna Craig, February 2015
Geography of Tongues,
Jaggery, Summer 2014
New Asian Writing, April 2014
Tracing the Contours of Memory, The Missing Slate, March 2014
Geography of Tongues, Daya Bhat, Blog Review, February 2014
Geography of Tongues Interview, Bangalore Writers Workshop, January 2014
Poetry that Stirs and Moves, The New Indian Express, January 2014
The Bards Tongue, The Hindu, December 2013
Merry Brains, November 2013
Blog Interview, Neel the Muse, May 2013

ARTICLES

Building Community Through Poetry, The Missing Slate, February 2016
The New Life of Indian Poetry
, Mint Lounge, March 2015
Keeping Contemporary Indian Poetry Alive,
The New Indian Express, February 2015
11 books of poetry you should read this year, Scroll.in, January 2015
Calling All Closet Poets, YourStory, December 2014
Good Luck Champ, The Bangalore Mirror, April 2014
Rhyme & Rhythm Over Frappe & Latte, DNA, April 2014
Reason to Rhyme, The Hindu, March 2014
STALKED: scars in time & space,  The New Indian Express, March 2014
The Enduring Woman, The Hindu, March 2014
Some Authors Like Plain Reading…, The New Indian Express, March 2014
Some Style and Plenty of Substance, Times of India, January 2014
A Collective Passion, The Hindu, December 2013
Poetry Personified, Deccan Chronicle, November 2013
The Many Verses in the Poem, New Indian Express, November 2013
Their Poetic Nuances, Deccan Chronicle, August 2013
Poets for Change, The Hindu, October 2012
Chinwag, Bangalore Mirror, September 2012
Change the World, The Hindu, September 2012
Leading Change, the Poetic Way, The Hindu, September 2012

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