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Artists should be able to express their emotions freely for the sake of democracy, says Prankur Chaturvedi

A video of one of Prankur Chaturvedi’s poems has run into difficulty because in it he highlighted the casual use of the phrase ‘anti-national’ in India – disagreement and criticism by an artist is not being anti-national.

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“Every time I see a fellow artist reciting a poem on stage, I get inspired.” Poet Prankur Chaturvedi takes on our Q&A

Prankur Chaturvedi is a writer and poet living in Bombay. He has been performing for about a year now at different venues including Tuning Fork, The Hive, Pitaara-The Art Box, Of10. He has also collaborated with Chaayos for his solo show “Poetic Pleasure” wherein he recites his poems in a form of conversation between two people. Here he takes on our Q&A

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Translation of engaging poetic short stories published by Plymouth Uni up for prize

Lines Poems Poetry, by Mircea Ivanescu,
Lines Poems Poetry by Mircea Ivanescu up for Corneiliu M Popescue Prize

A publishing project which is translating the 20 most culturally important works of writing in Romania into English has been recognised by a prestigious international literary festival.

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Hannah Silva’s Panopticon at the Barbican’s In The Flesh

Hannah Silva’s solo multimedia performance Panopticon will be shown as part of In the Flesh, at the Barbican, Plymouth, on Friday, November 13 at 9.35pm.

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