Contributors / March 2012 (Issue 16)

Vineet Kaul
ImageVineet Kaul is an aging face in the Cha audience. He had his first international publication in Cha in February 2011, since then he has published 50 more poems in all sorts of magazines and journals who have accused him of being various things including a 'Pushcart nominee', 'Best of the Net nominee', 'Golden Sparrow Poetry Prize 2011 Winner', 'Best Short Writing in the World in 2011 Finalist' and 'Poet of the Week'. Kaul, who writes by the pseudonym of Troubadour Kaul, is currently taking a break from magazine submissions to focus on his music, career and his first full-length collection of poetry titled Letters to Samārā (from which the three letters published in this issue are taken). The book deals with the themes that Kaul can't deal with; namely existence, love and identity. The epistolary poems are written from the headset of a wayfarer to a far away beloved. The work draws its allegories from the Bhagwad Gita, German philosophy and pop-culture precepts with an occasional foray into European mythology. He doesn't hope, unless the world ends, to see any significant improvement in his arranged-marriage-market ranking. Drop him a line if you please This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it [Read 1 2] [Cha's profile]

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