I am honoured to have been interviewed recently by Renée Sarojini Saklikar, my writing mentor and good friend. Renée is a critically acclaimed poet whose work has appeared in numerous literary journals and newspapers. Her first book of poetry, children of air india, was just published last month, and is a series of elegiac sequences exploring the nature of individual loss, situated within public trauma. I recently had the pleasure of collaborating with her on the relaunch of thecanadaproject: a lifelong poem chronicle, a blog that explores issues of place, identity, and language.
Check out the interview here
Stay tuned tomorrow for the first of a two parter on my favourite winter-themed Ekostory!
Great interview!!! I’m glad you were able to pinpoint your passion for writing. It took me many years to finally realize what I was passionate about!
Thanks for reading! I think myself fortunate to be able to follow my passion. Hope it works out haha.
After reading Ekostories a while now, it was great to learn a little more about you. Great interview.
Thanks very much. I really enjoy reading about your adventures on the outer shores 🙂