Sankar Roy, originally from India, is a poet, translator, activist and multimedia artist living near Pittsburgh, PA. He is the author of three chapbooks– Moon Country, The House My Father Could Not Build and Mantra of the Born-free (all from Pudding House, 2006, 2007). He is an associate editor of international poetry anthology, Only the Sea Keeps: Poetry of the Tsunami (Bayeux Arts, Canada). Sankar’s poems have appeared or are forthcoming in over sixty literary journals and ten anthologies.
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Issue 04 | April 2009