Geetha Sukumaran

Geetha Sukumaran

7:38pm

Saturday, May 25, 2024

Geetha Sukumaran is a Tamil poet and a bilingual translator in English and Tamil. She has published two books in Tamil: Tharkolaikku Parakkum Panithuli (translation of Sylvia Plath’s poems, 2013) and her own collection of poems, Otrai Pakadaiyil Enchum Nampikkai (2014). Her English translation of Ahilan’s poetry Then There Were No Witnesses was published by Mawenzi House, in 2018. English translations of her poems were published in various South Asian Anthologies including Still We Sing (2020) and The Best Asian Poetry (2021). Her recent publication Tea: A Concoction of Dissonance (Dhauli Books, 2021) is a collection of poems in collaboration with poet Ahilan and artist Vaidheki. She is the recipient of the SPARROW R. Thyagarajan award for her poetry in Tamil.

Geetha Sukumaran is a Tamil poet and a bilingual translator in English and Tamil. She has published two books in Tamil: Tharkolaikku Parakkum Panithuli (translation of Sylvia Plath’s poems, 2013) and her own collection of poems, Otrai Pakadaiyil Enchum Nampikkai (2014). Her English translation of Ahilan’s poetry Then There Were No Witnesses was published by Mawenzi House, in 2018. English translations of her poems were published in various South Asian Anthologies including Still We Sing (2020) and The Best Asian Poetry (2021). Her recent publication Tea: A Concoction of Dissonance (Dhauli Books, 2021) is a collection of poems in collaboration with poet Ahilan and artist Vaidheki. She is the recipient of the SPARROW R. Thyagarajan award for her poetry in Tamil.

7:38pm

Saturday, May 25

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