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The Simurgh Project, 2nd Edition

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Srinagar, 27 to 31 January, 2016 Based on our experiences during the first edition of the Simurgh Project, we realised that the texts we were working with were profoundly unstable, with arguments and discussions erupting about the order of verses, … Continue reading

Neal Hall in Kannada

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A Dhvani Fellowship Project We had a unique translation opportunity at Sangam House this year with American poet Neal Hall’s request to have his work translated into Kannada while he was in residence. This allowed us to explore an entirely … Continue reading

The Simurgh Project

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Sangam House is delighted to embark upon a new project centred around translating literatures from Indian languages. Named Simurgh, after the mythical bird which comes into being from the combined energies of those who seek it, the opening edition of … Continue reading

Wild Girls, Wicked Words

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The new Sangam House-Kalachuvadu Press co-publication – Wild Girls, Wicked Words – a bilingual anthology of Tamil poetry by Malathi Maithri, Salma, Kutti Revathi and Sukirtharani, translated into English and with an Introduction by Lakshmi Holmström, is out! In India, … Continue reading

Lekhana 2013

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Lekhana 2013, our literary weekend, meets at Jagriti Theatre in Whitefield on January 18, 19 and 20. Discussions, readings and performances will celebrate “Writing for the Spoken Word” as Sangam House writers and the city’s writers come together to share … Continue reading

Sangam 2012-13 Residents

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The list of residents for the 2012-13 season has been announced! Click to know more! Continue reading

Wild Girls, Wicked Words

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Wild Girls, Wicked Words is slated for release in the summer of 2012. Continue reading

Monsoon Meditations in Tranquebar: Celebrating Print Publishing in India

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To celebrate the growth of print culture in India, Sangam House and the Danish Arts Council, supported by Neemrana Hotels, brought a group of writers together in Tranquebar. In August 2011, writers from India and Denmark shared a two-week residency period in this historic location. Their task: to create a piece of work that includes a printing press. Continue reading