Don’t know how high-powered committees think, but some of these poets deserve the honour, surely.
How does a mediocre writer with recycled plotlines sell 600 million copies across the world?
In these times when success is determined by numbers, poetry is a marginal mode of communication. Perhaps what the poet should look for is the intensity of his readership, not its size
A professor tilts his pen at libraries here and abroad to put back on the shelf a contemporary version of a Spanish classic in Bengali
At 75, a Bengali writer who loves to claim his books have never travelled beyond Burdwan grabs international attention