It was always called a ‘chawl’, a cluster of one room tenements in one of the central areas of Chennai, where numerous families eked out a life or rather what amounted to it. To them the day rose without a hope and the night fell without a murmer of protest. After all it was one of those countless days which sunk without a flicker of recognition and they hardly bothered to … [Read more...]
K. S. Subramanian
K.S.Subramanian, India has published two volumes of poetry titled Ragpickers and Treading on Gnarled Sand through the Writers Workshop, Kolkata, India. His poems have appeared in Asian Age, a daily published from New Delhi and other centres. Also in magazines, anthologies and web sites such as thebrowncritiqueblogspot.com, www.yorickmagazine.com, poetrymagazine.com, poetrypacific, Kingston writers creative Blog, museindia.com, vigilpub. Café dissensus, unesco.it among others. He is a retired Senior Asst. Editor from The Hindu, one of the leading and well known dailies in India.