I have six poems at the Poetry At Sangam website, two of which are from my forthcoming collection, The Altar of the Only World (HarperCollins India, 2017). I’m so glad to share them, and I hope you’ll enjoy reading them.
A poem about players and the cards we are dealt, “What You Do Not Want To Know”, in the 12th issue of Black Fox. It’s on pages 177-178. Read it here.
A poem, “Southern Cross“, appears in the Gondwanaland issue of Cordite.
It’s called “Bananaflower” and you can read it here in Annapurna Magazine‘s inaugural/Thanksgiving issue. They’ve also republished another poem, “I Will Come Bearing Mangoes”.
The Missing Slate interviewed me at some length about my experience representing Malaysia at Southbank Centre’s Poetry Parnassus, page vs. stage poems and my fantasy dinner guest (and what the menu would be). They have also published a poem, “Poem For Clothes Left In Another Country”. The magazine is in pdf format, so you can view it here.