Sankar Roy

Biography of Sankar Roy

Sankar Roy, originally from India, is an engineer, MBA, poet, translator, essayist and multimedia artist living near Pittsburgh, PA. He is a winner of PEN USA Emerging Voices, author of two chapbooks of poetry from Pudding House– Moon Country (2006) and The House My Father Could Not Build (forthcoming,2007) . He is an associate editor of international poetry anthology, Only the Sea Keeps: Poetry of the Tsunami (Rupa Publication, India and Bayeux Arts, Canada) . Sankar's poems have appeared or forthcoming in over thirty literary journals including Bitter Oleander, Crab Orchard Review, Harpur Palate, Icon, Runes, Rhino and Poetry Magazine. His recent project is creating a multimedia website ( against the genocide in Darfur. He is a co-founder of Poets for Humanity.

Sankar Roy's Works:

Moon Country (Pudding House)
The House My Father Could Not Build (Pudding House)
Only the Sea Keeps (Rupa Publications India, Bayeux Arts Canada) Updates

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