Hamartia by Sharanya Singh is a collection of 20 poems that speak of tragedy, loss, numbing pain, and hope. Listless thoughts cloud this collection as we traverse through one poem after the other.
Ruins by Suvrahadip Ghosh is a collection of 30 poems, essentially on love, loss, death, heartbreak, and living life despite everything.
Broken & Wild by E.R. King is a collection of poems on love, longing, heartbreak, and a stunning evolution. The poems showcase the maddening love and the unbridled passion that comes to an end following a betrayal.
Unsaid by Asmita Rajiv is a collection of raw thoughts - beautiful and relatable - of raw conversations she had inside her head.
SIS by Kelisha Lopez-Shealey is a collection of micro poetry on the lines of women supporting women.
What Goes into a Butterfly? by Sunil Rajagopal is a refreshing collection of some lovely poems that span a variety of unique themes.
What If Rainbows Were Your Shadows? by Anusha Veluswamy is a collection of visceral poems rocking you back and forth, as you flip the pages.
Nocturnal Hours by Ruqayya Shaheed is a beautiful poetry collection that speaks for a woman and her remotest emotions.
Today is a Little Too Precious by Shruthi Sharma is a poetry collection that rhythmically tells a story, a story of a girl.
'She Was A Warrior All Along' by Lezel Simons is a collection of poems dealing with love, heartbreak, and eventual inclination toward self-love.
Reflections of a Mind by Gurmeet Singh is a lovely collection of some profound poems. Set in the 69 pages, this poetry book talks poetry in a beautiful way.
The Told Secrets by Joyeeta Chandra is a collection of poems focusing on a woman. The book is divided into four segments, namely - Finding Peace/ Courage/ Strength/ Love.
HOPE Across The Seasons by Sorceress (pen name of Yogita Saini) is a poetic mix of different stages of love and life.
Rhythm of Remembrance by Samir Satam is an elegant collection of poems strung together within the pages bound by a vintage cover.
Not Your Town by Khwampa is a collection of poems containing remarkable portrayal of art mixed with acute observation.
On this World Book Day, we bring to you an exclusive interview of the young poet and author Shreesh Kakkar where he talks about his book, his writing, and his views on reading.