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1 y separately published work icon Framed by Poetry Stefan A. Nicholson , India : , 2020 23485222 2020 selected work poetry 'The style of these poems is quite attractive due to every day words used by the poet revealing technical skill and attractive insights. The diction and phrasing of these poems is quite remarkable. The poet for the most part uses matter-of-fact, everyday words instead of artificial and ornamental vocabulary.' (Publication summary)
1 y separately published work icon The Volatile Principle Stefanie Bennett , India : , 2020 22646122 2020 selected work poetry

'The poems are remarkable in their immediacy and powerful imaginative power. No doubt, these poems reveal 'incantatory murmur and inspired bursts'. The poems reveal the depths of human nature. These poems are full of a sweet and majestic rhythm, which satisfies the sense.'

Source : publisher's blurb

1 1 y separately published work icon Dancing the Light : Poems from Australia and India Robert Maddox-Harle (editor), Jaydeep Sarangi (editor), India : , 2020 19522013 2020 anthology poetry

'It is again a privilege for us to co-edit another volume of contemporary poetry which juxtaposes the styles of Indian and Australian poets. These anthologies, apart from presenting some of the very best poetry being written today, help develop and strengthen the literary ties between these two very different countries.'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

1 y separately published work icon Searching For The Sublime : Poems From Australia & India Rob Harle (editor), Jaydeep Sarangi (editor), India : , 2016 10650340 2016 anthology poetry
1 1 y separately published work icon The Land : Poems from Australia and India Rob Harle (editor), Jaydeep Sarangi (editor), India : , 2015 9363390 2015 anthology poetry

'The poems in this volume will make you appreciate the ground more which nurtures us the mud that grows the beautiful lotus, the dusty dirt that grows the wheat, the rich soils which support our botanical gardens. Some poems will make you laugh, cry, perhaps even infuriate you, and hint at the future, whichever, we guarantee they will move you deeply and create a much expanded understanding of the notion of the land.'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

1 1 y separately published work icon Homeward Bound : Poems from Australia and India Rob Harle (editor), Jaydeep Sarangi (editor), India : , 2015 8374121 2015 anthology poetry
1 1 y separately published work icon Voices Across the Ocean Rob Harle (editor), Jaydeep Sarangi (editor), , 2014 7851212 2014 anthology poetry

This volume of wonderful poems is a continuation of the literary ties being developed between Australia and India. It is the third anthology in a series published by cyberwit with the aim of expanding and exploring the contemporary of these respective countries. The theme of this collection is broadly, emancipation—personal, social, and political. There are ten poets, five from each country with diverse age, geographical, racial, and religious backgrounds. All are committed, dedicated, and passionate poets. A book to both enjoy and keep as an important reference of contemporary poetry. (Publisher's Summary)

1 y separately published work icon Poetic Connections : Poems from Australia and India Tamaso Lonsdale (editor), , 2013 7851814 2013 anthology poetry

Poetic Connections features a great diversity of styles, scenes, messages, memories and sentiments as poets from Australia and India paint their word pictures, often with similar subjects and descriptions. Their poems are bound to evoke a variation of sensations and emotions as you read them.

(Publisher's Summary)

1 y separately published work icon Building Bridges : Poems from Australia and India Rob Harle (editor), , 2013 7851593 2013 anthology poetry

It is indeed a privilege to edit this volume of contemporary poetry exploring the literary ties between my own country Australia and a country I have a deep respect and love of - India. I chose the poets in this anthology from very different backgrounds and locations big cities, remote rural areas, forests, the coast - so as to give as broad a possible insight into the contemporary issues that confront individuals in both Australia and India at a personal grass roots level. Clearly in an anthology focusing on only eight poets there are many, many poets who could not be included because of size limitations. There will be more anthologies of this nature in the near future so committed published poets who would like to be considered for these future projects may contact me directly.

(Publisher's Summary)

1 y separately published work icon Taj Mahal Review Santosh Kumar (editor), 2002 India : , 2002 7926232 2002 periodical (1 issues)

Taj Mahal Review, published by, is devoted to the cause of poetry so that our planet may be a better place to live in. What the Journal asks the poet is to be stimulated and moved by the visual and the aural imagery. The poems should reveal the remarkable variety of life, and a faith in life, blended by a healthy scepticism. The critical articles and essays should exhibit the post-modern trends, without obscurity, artificiality and violation of laws of criticism. Taj Mahal Review does not accept compositions founded on violent self-pity, or feelings of egocentricity. Poems, essays, literary articles, short stories, and book reviews are invited for publication in the International Journal Taj Mahal Review, published in June and December annually.' (Source: Publisher's website