Poetry. Asian & Asian American Studies. This volume in the Unsung Masters Series examines the poetry, life, and legacy of Shreela Ray, an Indian American poet of extraordinary ability. The Unsung Masters Series exists to bring the work of great, undervalued authors to new generations of reader.
Kazim Ali is a writer, translator, and editor who has published over twenty books of poetry, essay, fiction, and cross-genre work. His most recent books are Northern Light: Power, Land, and the Memory of Water, The Voice of Sheila Chandra, and SILVER ROAD: MAPS, ESSAYS AND CALLIGRAPHIES (Tupelo Press, 2018) as well as a translation of Ananda Devi's When the Night Agrees to Speak to Me, and the editor with Rohan Chhetri of SHREELA RAY: ON THE LIFE AND WORK OF AN AMERICAN MASTER (Unsung Masters Series, 2021). He is currently a Professor of Comparative Literature and Creative Writing at the University of California, San Diego.
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