Matchsticks and Combustible Dreams

Menangtei KuparlangThangkhiew

About the book

‘Matchsticks and Combustible Dreams’ is the maiden poetry collection by Menangtei Kuparlang Thangkhiew having everything a first book is expected to be endowed with: freshness, terseness, innocence, and unconcern for the world that takes itself too seriously. His poetry ‘ponders upon the mystry of faith’ on the rim of an ‘unshackled identity’. About this debut collection, Rochelle Potkar , author of ‘Paper Asylum’ says, ‘The surprise behind the bare-boned linguistic simplicity of these poems is that of an observer of granular moments, who unveils a sudden deep loss’.

Pages: 150 pages


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Akhilesh is an acclaimed short-story writer.

He edits the reputed literary magazine Tadbhav for which he has received the Katha Award and the Ayodhya Prasad Khatri Sammaan .

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