Poetry. South Asia and South Asian American Studites. "Biswamit's poems arrive and depart simultaneously, or at least give an impression of being both a trail ahead and a trail behind a moving figure. This seems to me to be a cosmic figure, in the spirit of Jesus, because of its gleam and disappearance. What is thrown, like wheat or gold, flies, falls, vanishes but leaves marks. The marks are all we have to judge the figure by. I guess that is called a sleight of hand? This is the way I understand them, in any case, and feel their pain as being a suffusion of which there is no more or less than what is written"—Fanny Howe.
Jacqueline Lyons @ Center for Literary Publishing
Biswamit Dwibedy is from Orissa, India, and he now resides in Bangalore/Bengaluru. He has also lived in Iowa City, Iowa, and has an MFA in Writing from Bard College, New York. Author City: Bangalore IND