Evening with Writers from Sangam House Residency

Via an email received from Chintan Girish Modi

About the Authors:

Louise Ardenfelt Ravnild (Danish, Translation) is a Copenhagen-based translator who works mainly on translating from English to Danish. Her works include non-fiction and fiction, dealing with characters ranging from serial killers, zookeepers’ wives, female popes and burnt-out baseball players to brain scientists and businesspeople.

Rajat Chaudhuri (English, Fiction) is the author of one novel, Amber Dusk, and several short stories which have appeared in Indian and international publications such as The Statesman, The Telegraph, The Times of India, Underground Voices, Notes from the Underground and Eclectica. Chaudhuri reviews fiction for Indian Literature and The Asian Review of Books. He lives in Kolkata.

Colie Hoffman (English, Poetry) is an American poet from New York’s Hudson Valley. Her poems have appeared in Blood Orange Review, Obsidian: Literature in the African Diaspora and The Furnace Review. She is currently working on her first book.

DW Gibson (Director, Sangam House) currently serves as Executive Director of the Ledig House International Writer’s Colony in Hudson, New York. His work has appeared in several publications including The New York Observer, BOMB, Oxford Magazine, Tin House and Orion. He has written and produced several documentaries for the A&E Television Network and MSNBC, and is a founding member of Mischief + Mayhem.

Sangam House is an international writer’s residency programme that brings together writers from across the world to live and work among their peers in a safe, supportive and nurturing space. For more details, see sangamhouse.org


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