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Updated: February 4, 2013 16:30 IST

Anupama Raju

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Anupama Raju
Anupama Raju

Anupama Raju is a writer, journalist, and corporate trainer. Her poetry has been featured in several anthologies, including the HarperCollins Book of English Poetry (HarperCollins), Yellow Nib Modern English Poetry by Indians (Seamus Heaney Centre for Poetry, Queen's University, Belfast) and Ten - The New Indian Poets (Nirala Publications). Her writing has also appeared in The Hindu, Caravan, The Little Magazine, Indian Literature, Mint Lounge, Pratilipi, and so on. Anupama is the writer for a collaborative Indo-French Poetry and Photography Project (2011-2013). She is also a translator and has been translating Malayalam author Paul Zacharia's stories into English. She is working on her first book of poems.

Anupama Raju will moderate a session - South of the Vindhyas: Stories from the Southern States - in Chennai on February 16, 2013 at the Sir Mutha Venkatasubba Rao Concert Hall in Lady Andal School.

Entry is free for all sessions.

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