Thursday, February 02, 2012

Caravan Fiction and Poetry, February

Here are my selections of fiction and poetry for the February issue of The Caravan:

Gogu Shyamala's story "But Why Shouldn't The Baindla Woman Ask For Her Land?", in a translation from the Telugu by Sashi Kumar, from Shyamala's new book Father May Be An Elephant, and Mother Only A Small Basket, But..., published this month by Navayana,

and four poems by the South Korean poet Kim Sa-in, in translations by Brother Anthony of Taize.

Older selections are here and here.

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