Salil Chaturvedi writes poery and short fiction. His stories and poetry have been published in online and print journals such as Himal, Indian Quarterly, Wasafiri, Out of Print, Antiserious, Guftugu, Indian Cultural Forum, Indian Literature (Sahitya Akademi), The Sunflower Collective, Joao Roque Literary Journal, etc.
He is an avid reader and writer of haiku. His haiku and haibun have been published in international journals including Modern Haiku, Frogpond, The Heron’s Nest, Failed Haiku, Chrysanthemum, Wild Plum, Acorn, Hedgerow and Haibun Today.
He was the Asia region winner of the Commonwealth Short Story Competition 2008, and the winner of the Unisun/British Council Short Story Competition 2007. He won the Wordweavers Poetry Contest in 2015.
He currently lives in Chorao, an island in Goa, India, and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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In The Sanctuary Of A Poem
by Salil Chaturvedi
A sanctuary where anything is allowed, and everything's possible! Fifty-two poems by Salil Chaturvedi, an award-winning Indian poet, collected over almost a decade of wandering and wondering among the Western Ghats, along rivers and within forests and wetlands of Goa. Amitav Ghosh, the renowned Indian writer, calls it a 'delightful book,' singling the title poem as his old favourite.
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