Priya Sarukkai Chabria  
Author

Poemas

Original

Übersetzung

Plant –Life–Stories inglés

Flight: In Silver, Red And Black inglés

Traducciones: de

to poem

Wander inglés

Rain I inglés

Traducciones: de

to poem

Rain II inglés

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to poem

Priya Sarukkai Chabria  
Author

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* , Pune, India
Vive en: Pune, India

Priya Sarukkai Chabria is an award winning translator, writer, and poet.  Her books include speculative fiction, cross-genre non-fiction, a novel, and two poetry collections. Her work is included in many anthologies, journals and websites in Europe, the US and India. 

She has collaborated with fellow writers, photographers, and dancers and has worked with moving images, miniature paintings and digital photomontage. She co-founded the film club, Friends of the Archive that specialized in screening silent movies and has co-scripted the short film, Dhaara directed by Suresh Chabria that opened The Critics Section, Oberhausen Film Festival, Germany in 1989.

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Sarukkai-Chabria has learnt Pali to read the Buddhist Jataka Tales. Aside from this, she translated the songs of 8th century Tamil mystic poet Aandaal as The Autobiography of A Goddess.  

She has participated in The Creative Writer conference at the Writers’ Center, Norwich and has curated two seminars for the Indian Academy of Literature in 2007 and 2009. She edits the website Talking Poetry (South Asia) and Poetry at Sangam, and teaches creative writing.

Priya received the Senior Fellowship to Outstanding Artists for Literature from the Government of India for exploring the validity of the classical rasa theory of aesthetics in contemporary writing in English. She was nominated for the 2017 Pushcart Prize and awarded for Outstanding Contribution to Literature by the Indian Government.

Publicaciones
  • The Other Garden

    novel

    Rupa&Co., 1995

  • All Poetry is Protest

    as an editor

    anthology

    2003

  • Dialogue and Other Poems

    Sahitya Akademi, 2005

  • 50 Poets 50 Poems

    as an editor

    anthology

    Open Space, 2006

  • Generation 14

    novel

    Penguin-Zubaan, 2008

  • Not Springtime Yet

    poetry

    HarperCollins, 2008

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