The Bard on the Banks of Dulung Sings: Conversation with Jaydeep Sarangi
Jaydeep Sarangi is a bilingual writer, academic, editor, interviewer, translator and author of a number of significant publications on postcolonial issues, Indian writing in English, Australian literature, marginal literatures and creative writing, in journals and magazines both in India and abroad. He is on the editorial board of several refereed journals in different continents. Widely anthologised and reviewed as a poet and a critic on marginal writings. He has authored and edited many books. I was prompted to interview him after reading his collection of poems titled "Faithfully, I Wait: Poems on rain, thunder and lightning at Jhargram and Beyond."
I conducted this interview via a series of e-mails in the month of February.
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