Collection: Amarjit Chandan

Amarjit Chandan was born in Nairobi in 1946 and studied in India at Panjab University, coming to Britain in 1980. The translator and editor of many anthologies of Indian and world poetry and fiction, he has published five collections of poetry and three collections of essays in Punjabi. He was one of ten British poets selected by Andrew Motion to read on National Poetry day in 2001 and has received two life-time achievement awards, one from the Punjabi Government in 2004 and the other from the Panjabis in Britain, All-Party Parliamentary Group in 2006.
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  • Modern Poetry in Translation (Series 3 No.4) Between the Languages
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