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Poets Of The Ghazal

Julia Copus is joined by poets Debjani Chatterjee, Basir Kazmi and Mimi Khalvati, to explore the long history and contemporary pleasures of the ghazal.

Episode: 77
Date: 21-07-2016
Length: 33:40
Thanks to Carcanet Press for permission for 'Ghazal' by Mimi Khalvati, first published in 'The Meanest Flower' (2007). Debjani Chatterjee's 'An Indian Summer' and Basir Kazmi's 'The True-Hearted' published by Redbeck Press.
Poets Of The Ghazal

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