Mallika Sengupta (27 March 1960 - 28 May 2011 / Nadia, West Bengal / India)
Mallika Sengupta was a Bengali poet, feminist, and reader of Sociology from Kolkata, known for her "unapologetically political poetry".
Mallika was born in Krishnanagar, a village in Nadia district, West Bengal, India. Sengupta is a proponent of an unapologetically political poetry and an important voice in contemporary Bengali literature. She began writing in 1981 and has since published eleven books of poetry, two novels and several essays, and edited an anthology of women’s poetry from Bengal. She works as a lecturer of sociology in a Kolkata college where she is currently the head of her department. She is also the Poetry Editor of Sananda, the ... more »
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- A Girl in Gujarat Genocide
- Insignia Of Blood
- Khanaa's Song
- Tell Us Marx
- The Girl On The Sunlit Road
- The Husband's Black Hands