Gulf is Michelle’s debut poetry chapbook. It’s published by Yavanika Press, 2021. Multiple poems in this book were longlisted for the TOTO prize for creative writing 2021. Each poem in this chapbook addresses the word ‘Gulf’ in its own way as the poet endeavours to make sense of her place in a world fraught with the universal feelings of being lost, rejected, and alienated.
Her fiction, poetry and author interviews have appeared in over 50 online journals.
You will find links to selected works below.
The Letters– Bengaluru Review
You Don’t Step Out Of The House For A Long Time– Usawa Literary Review
You Swipe Right– Mad In Asia
The Guy Who Could Dance– Out of Print
Flight– Litro UK
You have a problem– Queen Mob’s Teahouse
Silence – Eunoia Review (Reprint)
Only If– Aainanagar
We Are Not Alone– The Bombay Review
The Newscaster– The Bactrian Room
The Help– The Bombay Literary Magazine
Re-union– Hackwriters International Journal
The Midnight Act– Lakeview International Journal Of Literature And Arts
The Bride With No Eyelashes– The Woman Inc
The Titanic Phase– Eclectica
The heart that grew– Visual Verse
Seek and you shall find– Vayavya
Black Magic– Guftugu
The art of sandwich-making– The Alipore Post
Ken– The Bangalore Review
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Research Report 2021
Interview 31- Mihir Vatsa
Interview 32- Anuradha Kumar
Interview 33- Babitha Marina Justin
Interview 34- Jahnavi Barua