Author: Geet Chaturvedi

Geet Chaturvedi is an important writer of contemporary Hindi literature. He has authored seven books, including the highly acclaimed two collections of novellas, and two collections of poetry. His poems have been translated into seventeen languages including Spanish, German, Russian, Croatian, Turkish and Nepali. He was awarded Bharat Bhushan Agrawal Award for Poetry (2007), Krishna Pratap Award for Fiction (2014), Shailesh Matiyani Award for Fiction (2018), and named one of 'Ten Best Writers' of India by the English Daily Indian Express. He is on the advisory board of several literary organizations. He has translated into Hindi poems of Pablo Neruda, Lorca, Adonis, Czeslaw Milosz, Adam Zagajewski, Bei Dao, Dunya Mikhail, Iman Mersal and Eduardo Chirinos. After spending 16 years in journalism as editor of Dainik Bhaskar, Geet spends his time now writing and working on his eagerly awaited novels Kavipriya and Ranikhet Xpress. He lives in Bhopal, India.

The Memory of Now
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The Memory of Now

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Poetry. Asian & Asian American Studies. Translated by Anita Gopalan. In MEMORY OF NOW, every poem is stylistically different, differently new, a memory made with past, made with now, made with Self, Other and Heart. The unhurried lyricism has emotio...

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