“Smash open all the foretellings, retellings/ and untellings that this city can boast.// Smash open its red cement floors, rain-glittering/ cobblestones…” Weekend Poem, by Nandini Dhar.Read More
Nandini Dhar is the author of the chapbook ‘Lullabies Are Barbed Wire Nations’ (Two of Cups Press, 2014). Her poems have recently appeared or are forthcoming in Potomac Review, PANK, Los Angeles Review, Whiskey Island, Bitter Oleander, Cream City Review and elsewhere. She is the co-editor of the journal Elsewhere. Nandini hails from Kolkata, India, and divides her time between her hometown and Miami, Florida, where she works as an Assistant Professor of English at Florida International University.
“Hasan’s novel compels us to confront the inanity of our own classed existences…” Nandini Dhar on Anjum Hasan’s ‘The Cosmopolitans’Read More
“…Someone somewhere/ whispers: ‘let’s partition the cat.’ Grandfather/ canes in his history lesson: ‘the other side/ was a land of rivers. This one is of relief-camps.'” Weekend Poem, by Nandini DharRead More