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Open Your Eyes: an anthology on climate change

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Open your Eyes: an anthology on climate change investigates human relationships with the natural world. Each poem/prose offers a unique perspective on the environment in its own style. Each contributor has interpreted the theme broadly, exploring the issue in different ways—physical, spiritual or emotional through their own unique cultural lens. As climate change continues to wreak havoc on populations across globe, writers are fighting back with words that jolt, motivate, and in the best of all, provoke one to act. The collection has contributions from some of the best poets writing today—both nationally and internationally.

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Weight 0.5 kg
Dimensions 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.5 in
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Vinita Agrawal

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Hawakal Publishers

Release Date

10 September 2020

About Author

Author of four books of poetry, Two Full Moons, Words Not Spoken, The Longest Pleasure and The Silk Of Hunger, Vinita is an award-winning poet, editor, translator and curator. Joint recipient of the Rabindranath Tagore Literary Prize 2018 and Gayatri GaMarsh Memorial Award for Literary Excellence, USA, 2015, her poems have been widely published. Her poem won a prize for the Moon Anthology on the Moon by TallGrass Writers Guild, Chicago 2017. More recently, her poem won a special mention in the Hawker Prize for best South Asian poetry. She has contributed a monthly column on Asian Poets on the literary blog of the Hamline University, Saint Paul, USA in 2016–17. She judged the RLFPA poetry contest (international prize) in 2016 and co-judged the Asian Cha’s poetry contest on The Other Side in 2015. She has read at the FILEY Book Fair, Merida, Mexico, Kala Ghoda Arts Festival, among others. She is on the Advisory Board of the Tagore Literary Prize.  She has curated literary events for PEN Mumbai.

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