Amarkant

Co-editor

Amarkant is presently studying Philosophy at IIT Bombay. He holds a degree in Physics and has taught Theatre at a high school. He has lived in Pune, Bangalore, Delhi and Chennai. He loves Hindustani classical music and cats. He published a weekly called The Company of a Reader with subscription based circulation during the lockdown.

Jagjit Singh

Co-editor

Jagjit is a point-blank poet and a compulsive photographer. Trained as an engineer ("which is not education, but a conspiracy by intelligent machines to enslave humans"), he later moved to Humanities, travelled across the length and breadth of India like a missionary, flirted with activism and labour politics for a couple of years, and like a true Kashmiri scorched his hands at all the rebellions. These days he's home: day-dreaming, evening-drinking, night-writing and morning-sleeping. When asked what went wrong, he replies "everything, except literature." An aspiring Proustian, he believes words will make sense of all that's been lost and shattered.

Radhika Oza

Copy editor

Radhika lives and works in Pune, shuffling between a family business and an alluring world built on the promises only words, fragile words, can offer. Though she enjoys the intimacy that language provides (that rare, warm sense of belonging to something, someone) she often finds herself staring at sentences, constantly asking herself if she's reading less or more into them. Do they always mean what they say? Trained as a development professional, she is currently working towards a food venture. There's a third world too where she can slide in when the other two become too much: music!

Rajesh Subburaj

Co-editor

Rajesh reads widely and has a special corner in his shelves for translations into English and Tamil. He dreams of researching the world of contemporary Tamil literature in the near future through his anthropological pursuits. His idea of good literature exists both in modern silicon beams on screens and in traditional tiny blots on cellulose. He has frequented small towns and villages where he is more comfortable discovering literary groups, writers and fellow readers who live away from the glare of urban existence. He is based out of Coimbatore.