Poetry Reading at Goobe’s Book Republic – City of Water – Anindita Sengupta

Please do visit Goobe’s on Friday the 16th of July at 6 PM to participate in a reading of City of Water by Anindita Sengupta…

Anindita Sengupta’s first book City of Water was published by Sahitya Akademi in February 2010. Her work has also been published in several journals including Eclectica, Nth Position, Pratilipi, and Cha: An Asian Journal. It has appeared in the anthologies Mosaic (Unisun, 2008), Not A Muse (Haven Books, 2009), and Poetry with Prakriti (Prakriti Foundation, 2010). In 2008, she received the Toto Funds the Arts Award for Creative Writing, annually given to two writers under thirty in India. In 2010, she was the Charles Wallace writer-in-residence at University of Kent in England. Sengupta, who lives in Bangalore, is also a freelance writer and journalist and has contributed articles to The Guardian (UK), The Hindu, Outlook Traveler and Bangalore Mirror. Her personal website is at http://aninditasengupta.com.

About City of Water:
“City of Water is remarkable for its supple language and tensile strength. Her images are sharp and there is integrity about the core of feeling that propels the poem. One cannot spot any weak moments either in terms of emotion or language….Anindita Sengupta never lets a poem run away with her. Like all good poets, she is original both in her way with words and her personal angle of vision.”

–– Keki Daruwalla in the Preface to City of Water

RSVP on the Goobe’s City of Water reading page:

City of Water - Anindita Sengupta

City of Water - Anindita Sengupta


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