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The London Magazine - October / November 2008

Published by The London Magazine

ISBN: 19793-0024-6085

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The London Magazine – October / November 2008 by Sara-Mae Tuson ed.

Poems by Mani Shankar Aiyar, Andrew Fentham, Anjan Saha, Daljit Nagra, Ernest Hilbert, Utpal Kumar Basu, Gulzar, Sunil Gangopadhyay, Janice Fox, Shanta Acharya, John Weston....

Short stories by Lucy Beresford and Mark Budman

Trilby Kent interviews Amitav Ghosh about his latest book Sea of Poppies, Longlisted for the 2008 Booker Prize.
May Nelson explores the mystery of The Lady Who Wrote Sonnets With Shakespeare
A Very (Indian) British Poet: an interview with Daljit Nagra, by Archie Davies
Ashoke Viswanathan examines the relationship between ‘Cinema and Literature’
Kiran Toor speaks with Sascha Akhtar on her latest book of poetry The Grimoire of Grimalkin

Reviews by Richard Aronowitz, Jeremy Kuper, Nicholas Royle, Sudeep Sen, and Jeremy Worman.

Mani Shankar Aiyar, God
Andrew Fentham, White Van Man
Anjan Saha, Watering Can
Daljit Nagra, Two Poems
Erenest Hilbert, The Fast
Frank Dullaghan, My MG Maestro
Utpal Kumar Basu, Untitled
Gulzar, Fuel
Sunil Gangopadhyay, Two Poems
Janice Fox, Mother India
Kit Fan, BN(O)
Linda Leatherbarrow, Patience
Anna Sujatha Mathai, Mother’s Veena
Shanta Acharya, Two Poems
Zoe Green, Eclipse and the End of Love
John Weston, ‘Shadow-boxing’

Lucy Beresford, Endurance
Mark Budman, The Titan: An Office Romance

Simon Martin, Dhruva Mistry: Making Connections
May Nelson Paulissen, The Lady Who Wrote Sonnets With Shakespeare
Trilby Kent Seeds of the Diaspora: an interview with Amitav Ghosh
Ashoke Viswanathan, Cinema and Literature
Kiran Toor, Open Conduit: Sascha Akhtar’s Grimoire of Grimalkin
Archie Davies, A Very (Indian) British Poet: an interview with Daljit Nagra

Nicholas Royle, Nervous Laughter
Richard Aronowitz on Tariq Latif
Sudeep Sen on Bangladeshi writing
Jeremy Worman on Tom Lee
Jeremy Kuper on The Bloodaxe Book of Contemporary Indian Poets

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