I never could have thought my keyboard transforms so naturally into a grand piano every time I write. The prelude, the exposition, the recapitulation: it's my mind that creates; the fingers execute.
The Poetry Society's annual National Poetry Competition is one of the most prestigious prizes in the world for previously unpublished single poems and has a first prize of £5,000. The 2018 National Poetry Competition was judged by Kei Miller, Kim Moore and Mark Waldron.
The widely read & critically acclaimed short Story “Sky-burial” published in the 95th Autumn issue of Wasafiri
A preview of the story can be found here:
Poetry reading and creative writing workshop 14th -15th February 2018 at Hotel
Napoleon Champs Elysées, Paris
Represented the Indian poet at an International Poetry Reading on World Poetry
Day March 2017 in Eastbourne UK