By Sudeep Sen



Poetry, creative non-fiction and photographs weave feelings and ideas of isolation with larger global issues, politics, wars, and their consequent geopolitical/geological catastrophes. Joint winner of the Rabindranath Tagore Literary Prize 2022. "It all started with a newsclip I stumbled upon almost 15 years ago, where the President of the Pacific island of Kiribati expressed his concern about his people becoming 'climate refugees', due to rising sea levels. Since then, it has been a gradual evolution of ideas and the recent pandemic accelerated my literary and artistic response to the climate conflicts. I see Anthropocene as part of a larger sociocultural force, of which the pandemic is one of many crises. However, the book is not a doomed vision of the post- human world but a plea for slowing down, positivity, and an urge to embrace 'hope, heed, heal - our song, in present tense'."

ISBN: 9781913738389


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