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Roseburn Sleeps At Night by Nandini Godara

Nandini Godara writes fiction, poetry, and ads. This is her first published short story.

Four Poems by Supriya Kaur Dhaliwal

Supriya Kaur Dhaliwal is a poet and writer who moved to Dublin over a year ago from the Himalayan town of Palampur, India to pursue her Masters in Irish Writing from Trinity College Dublin. Having spent the summer in Antwerp, Belgium where she contributed to the Beckett Digital Manuscript Project, she recently returned to Dublin to make the best of the art and literature scene here. She is the author of two poetry books, The Myriad and Musings of Miss Yellow. Supriya is one of the twelve poets selected for Poetry Ireland’s Introductions Series 2018.

Two Poems by Akhil Katyal

Akhil Katyal is the author of two books of poems How Many Countries Does the Indus Cross (TGIPC: forthcoming 2018; winner of the Editor’s Choice Award by TGIPC) and Night Charge Extra (Writers Workshop: 2015; shortlisted for the Muse India Satish Verma Young Writer Award). His English translation of Ravish Kumar’s Ishq Mein Shahar Hona is forthcoming with Speaking Tiger. He was the International Writing Fellow at the University of Iowa in Fall 2016. He teaches Creative Writing at Ambedkar University, Delhi.