"Whether we are visited by a djinn, a cat, Cupid, Indra, or Dylan; whether we find ourselves in a souk, the Himalayas, Kolkata, the moon, or Mars; whether we are lost in the wonder of the everyday, touching myth and legend, or contemplating the metaphysics of life, death, and afterlife; and whether we reshape our vision of the world through an ink pot, pigeons, a Fiat Padmini, ginger, a desk calendar, a Singer iron, diamonds, a yellow paper plane, or Shiva’s bow: in Apostrophe the reader can find a remarkable world of both the real and the imagined that the poet builds with surprising revelations, wit, gravity, and grace." Jon Tribble, Judge, RL Poetry Award 2016
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