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Natasha Oswal

You are Boundless: Dice Media Head Natasha Oswal on poetry, inspiring Indian women and more

In the summer of 2018, with no prior experience as a poet, Natasha first began by writing free verse short-form poetry on her phone, as a diary to collect her emotions

Published on 24th April 2019
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The Cuttack Poetry Society is all about giving every situation a unique poetic twist!

Their aim is to organise a spoken word poetry fest and call all the biggies of the field from across the country

Published on 22nd December 2018
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Why you should read Odia author Nilesh Mondal's new book

Nilesh, who works at Vedanta, has now written a book a poetry. He is also in touch with famous poet Akhil Katyal, who is one of his favourite poets

Published on 23rd November 2018
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Bhubaneswar's Prachi Prangya Agasti, after writing four books, is out with her first book of poetry

Through the book Empty Roads and Broken Words, she talks about several emotions

Published on 17th November 2018
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Alok Amit Abhilash's 'Her Name is Imagination' is a collection of 23 poems written in simple language

The process of writing poems was fairly easy and beautiful, says Alok. The book has been published by Notion Press

Published on 27th October 2018
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Meet Megha Rao, whose poem on love is going viral on social media

Poet Megha Rao, who serendipitously got into spoken word talks about her love for the art and what poetry means to her

Published on 1st October 2018
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Poetry itch? Head to the US Consulate's Poetry Slam at Collab House, Hyderabad on August 24

The US Consulate General Hyderabad and Collab House are organising a Poetry Slam on the occasion of International Youth Day

Published on 15th August 2018
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Everything you need to know about Bengaluru Poetry Festival 2018 and the people behind it

What started off as a small idea by the Atta Galatta couple, has now grown into a literary must-be-at do that performers are in love with

Published on 3rd August 2018
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97 Not Out: Why Terribly Tiny Tales' latest book never hit that century

Internet sensation Terribly Tiny Tales is back with their second book, ninety-seven poems and the founders, Anuj Gosalia and Chintan Ruparel, tell Seema Rajpal why it has exactly 97 poems and not 4000

Published on 30th July 2018
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Meet Rahul Kondi, who will typewrite a personalised poem for you if you're passing by B'lore's Church Street

Rahul Kondi and his friends have been writing personalised instant poems and notes for strangers, at Bengaluru's Blossom Book House, for the past seven months

Published on 20th July 2018
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The University of Iowa is calling Thiruvananthapuram-based poet Chandramohan S for their International Writing Program

University of Iowa's International Writing Program has picked Dalit poet Chandramohan S as one of their fellows​

Published on 30th June 2018
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Songs of a Crystal Bird: How Geeta Madhavan went from legal briefs to lilting poetry on life

Advocate and terrorism expert, Geeta Madhavan surprised her family and friends by bringing out a book of poems — written everywhere from inside a courtroom to an airport waiting lounge

Published on 18th June 2018
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Here's why KIIT alum Amandeep Singh will be crowned poetry king in his story

KIIT alumni Amandeep Singh's Storytelling through Poetry is all about making the audience smile and find some hope

 

Published on 20th February 2018
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How 23-year-old Cipun Mishra is introducing Odisha's youth to Spoken Word Poetry

Odisha is a land where poetry and culture are cherished greatly, so Cipun Mishra found a lot of help along the way with people offering venues free of cost to host his poetry sessions

Published on 23rd November 2017

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