On Lighting Up by Ranjani Murali
Ranjani Murali did her MFA in Poetry from George Mason University. She has won the 2014 Srinivas Rayaprol poetry prize and the inaugural Almost Island manuscript prize in 2015. And she’s won the Editor’s Choice Award for the Emerging Poets Prize 2016, by The Indian Poetry Collective. Her work also appeared in the 40 Under 40 anthology released by Poetrywala.
Two Poems by Mihir Chitre
Mihir Chitre’s first book of poetry, Hyphenated, was published by the Sahitya Akademi.
Sharanya Manivannan interviewed by TBLM Staff
The poet Sharanya Manivannan’s first book of fiction, The High Priestess Never Marries, has been described in The Establishment as “a tour de force of language, desire, and ancestral heartbeats”.