March 2017

Manolis Anagnostakis: The existentialist silence of post-war Greece

One of the most significant poets of Greece after World War II, Manolis Anagnostakis was in reality a practicing radiologist.

The Minimal & Infinite

Our time, habits & nuances have been changing rapidly since ‘90s. It started from 1991, through Manomohan Singh’s reform &

My Elder Brother & Other poems

An important Bengali poet of 80’s, Dhiman Chakraborty was born and brought up in Kolkata. The first edited magazine by

A man and his hat & Other poems

Water in mirror (original poem: AGUA EN ESPEJOS) Faces do not have age it waves only through the faces The

The formula of taking over & Other Poems

Columbus Columbus You have picked up my life from dusty roads! You have carried evidence like mucus. You have let

I’m a dropout horse

I always suffer from the dilemma whether poetry can at all be “translated”. These one-liners have been translated, with necessary

Silver-tongued Goddess & Other poems

Expressions    My verses are born in the silence where Zebras play with their colts. After a long expedition, I’ve

Strawberries

“A being which exists before it can be defined by any conception of it is human reality” – Heidegger. Reality

Wind-script, Trigger Happy & Other Poems

1. Walk into the eerie; and sense who drills thy tomb with the wind-stone. 2. The propeller turns as a

The Chemistry-Lover who doesn’t have a Nuclear Sense

As we returned from the proposed nuclear power plant, we carried a pamphlet with us. When we reached back our

This letter won’t be long…

“But we, by a love so much refined, That ourselves know not what it is, Inter-assured of the mind, Care

Blues for a Black Cat

Boris Vian (1920-59) led a rather too short life on this earth. But, within that 39 years, he wrote 10 novels,