Priya Sarukkai Chabria

Clone

"Wonderous"

Eileen Gunn

The three most accurate epithets for Clone appear, interestingly, in a stray sentence inside the book: “strange and light and wonderful"

Apala Bhowmick, Scroll.in

"... stands as a unique work"

Suneetha Balakrishnan, Usawa

"Eloquent"

Sudipta Dutta, The Financial Times

"A poetic imagination"

Tim Parks, translator and author

"Ambitious and inventive"

George Szirtes, translator and poet

"Immensely engaging"

Shikhandin, Kitaab

PRIYA

Priya Sarukkai Chabria is known for her radical
aesthetics. Her books include speculative
fiction, cross-genre non-fiction, a novel, two
poetry collections and translations of Tamil
mystic Andal’s songs and an anthology of
translated poems edited by her. Awarded for
her Outstanding Contribution to Literature by
the Indian Government, her work is translated
into several languages.
She edits Poetry at Sangam.

TRANSLATIONS

ANDAL

“...verse that swirls between sensuality and
sacred delirium – and a profusion of Andals,
edgy, erotic and darkly ecstatic.”

Arundhathi Subramaniam, poet

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FAFNIR’S HEART

“...an orchestra of multiple voices...and lyrics of passion.”

Arunava Sinha

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NON FICTION

BOMBAY/MUMBAI

“...captivating exploration of the public and the secret lives of one of
the world’s largest metropolitan hubs”

Ranjit Hoskote

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POETRY

NOT SPRINGTIME YET

“...Is absolutely extra-ordinary... has an amazing ability to handle historical
and mythic material in ways that make them completely new.”

Dennis Nurke

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DIALOGUE AND OTHER POEMS

“Sarukkai Chabria...swoops and dives between space and time…her poems speak for themselves, to the reader and to each other, deliberately and clearly.”

Arshia Sattar

FICTION

GENERATION 14

“There is much imaginative depth and richness to be found in Generation 14...”

Sanjay Sipahimalani

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THE OTHER GARDEN

“This series... shows what a contemporary poet can do with a traditional form.”

GJV Prasad, The Book Review

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