In conversation with Steffen Horstmann
Keywords:Steffen Horstmann, ghazals, Agha Shahid Ali
AbstractAs Agha Shahid Ali's student, Steffen Horstmann studied the history of the ghazal form and began writing his own ghazals in English. Horstmann's poems and book reviews have appeared in publications throughout the world, including Baltimore Review, Free State Review, Istanbul Literary Review, Louisiana Literature, Oyez Review, Texas Poetry Journal and Tiferet. Horstmann has recently published his first book of ghazals, Jalsaghar.
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