Volume 8

Expanding the Canon

Uttam Kunwar: An interview with Bhawani Bhikshu, 1962

Bhawani Bhikshu: Typist

Durgalal Shrestha: A gigantic flower blooms in a great earthquake

Suvarna Keshari Chitrakar: Grandmother’s smile

Toya Gurung: Cold, Colour of the seasons, The poet and life, Suro svaha

Mahendra Malangia: Samudra manthan

Purna Bahadur Vaidya: Brimming water can spill anywhere, The meaning of water, Mirror, Devotion!

Girija Prasad Koirala: The rest house I built

 

Multiplicities

Tashi Tewa Dolpo: Yangzom Tshering’s life story

Ahuti: Nepal-Amerika Express, Brown Africa

Ahuti: The story of my poetry: an excerpt

Sarita Tiwari: Daily routine

Kewal Binabi: That’s alright! I, untouchable, am just fine, Sir

Kumar Nagarkoti: Prithvi

Shrawan Mukarung: Description, Rumour in the fisherman’s village, Winter, Jatra, Wildflower

Abinath Rai: Kanchi Phupu and her flowers

Nibha Shah: Mansaraa

Manisha Gauchan: Addicted to a dream

Upendra Subba: The death of Puchune Dhami

Bina Theeng Tamang: A black rhododendron

Ranendra Barali: The Dalit’s door

Saraswati Pratikshya: A woman in mourning

Harisharan Pariyar: Scissors

 

A Poetics of Engagement

Rochak Dahal, Ujjwala Maharjan and Yukta Bajracharya: Non-citizens

Pranika Koyu: Abort that foetus

Mallika Shakya: To those who don’t know where their fathers are

 

The Forgotten War

Anbika Giri:Disappeared

Durga Kaphle: Where is he?

Mahesh Bikram Shah: The country where sons sleep on their fathers’ shoulders

Purushottam Khanal: I who have been disappeared from the grave

 

On Translation

Translation as Craft, Translation as Art: An interview with Khagendra Sangroula