Monday, June 21, 2021

Interviews

” I’ve always felt that I am controlled by an invisible force when I write” – Aiswarya T. Anish, Poet

Christina: Before I begin let me congratulate you for having published your first poetry collection, “The crescent smile”. How do you feel upon having...

“I believe, Buddha was the greatest poet on this planet earth.” – Nimal Dunuhinga, Poet, Sri Lanka

‘I am not a scholar, just a sailor, but I learned a few things from the Life-school. At last I found, Man does not...

“Those who take literature seriously will have to uplift the freedom of thought in their literary works.”– Akbar Kakkattil, Malayalam fiction Writer

Akbar Kakkattil is a malayalam short-story writer and novelist from Kerala. He is noted for his story narration with humor element. He has wrtten...

“Neglecting mother tongue is suicidal” Poet, Sachidanandan

P.A.Noushad: Could you name a few most influential international writers in your life? Sachidanandan: It is very difficult to tell one particular writer, though I...

“My image of India was mostly shaped (or misshaped) by white colonial writers” British writer, Jim Crace

By the strength of his more than a dozen books, all critically acclaimed and popularly successful, Jim Crace (65) is one of the highly...

“There is no war that can break and stop hatred. So I prefer Mahatma Gandhi’s non-violent style” Croatian Poet Lana Derkac

Lana Derkac was born on 22 June, 1969, in Požega, Croatia. She graduated from the University of Zagreb, Faculty of Philosophy. She writes poetry,...

“The best poetry is clean, readable and powerful, so are the best code” – Swedish Poet, Tom Coder

Tom Coder is a Swedish engineer and poet. His forte is Micro-poetry. He is the founder of www.poeter.sc the largest poetry website of Scandinavia....

“I created a second world, semi darkened with flashes of light and colour” Sharmila Ray, Poet, Kolkata

Sharmila Ray teaches history at City College, Kolkata. She has authored four books of poems, Earth Me and You, A Day with Rini, Down...

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