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Sarabjeet Garcha

Sarabjeet Garcha is a bilingual poet and an editor, translator, and publisher. He is the author of four books of poems—including A Clock in the Far Past (Dhauli Books, 2018) and a collection in Hindi—besides a volume each of translated poetry and translated prose. He was selected to serve on the panel of critical readers for the third edition of Garner’s Modern American Usage (Oxford University Press, 2009) and received a fellowship in Hindi literature (2013-14) from the Ministry of Culture of India, under which he completed a comparative study of post-1990 Marathi and Hindi poetry. His work has appeared in several online and print journals, including Modern Poetry in Translation, the Vocabula ReviewFoundling ReviewRight Hand PointingColdnoonIndian Literature, the Dhauli ReviewEarthen Lamp Journal, and the Hindi literary magazine Pahal. Garcha is the chief editor of a publishing company specializing in scientific, technical, and medical books. He is also the co-founder and editorial director of Copper Coin, a multilingual publishing company. He lives in Delhi.

 

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