Our fourth Stickleback is a micro-collection from international poet, children’s writer and translator, Debjani Chatterjee, and I am more than pleased to be able to announce that you can now order one of the Limited Print Edition copies of ‘Smiling at Leopards.’
Only a limited number of copies will be made available for sale from our web site as in truth we are actively encouraging you to hear Debjani and the other featured Stickleback poets read, and buy a copy direct from the source.
About Debjani Chatterjee
Debjani Chatterjee has been called a poet ‘full of wit and charm’ (Andrew Motion). She grew up in India, Japan, Bangladesh, Hong Kong, and Egypt, before settling in England. She has worked in industry, teaching, community relations and arts psychotherapy.
An international poet, children’s writer, translator, Olympic torchbearer and storyteller; her awards include an MBE, Sheffield Hallam University’s honorary doctorate, and Word Masala’s Lifetime Achievement in Poetry Award. A former Chair of the National Association of Writers in Education and the Arts Council’s Translation Panel, she is a Patron of Survivors Poetry, a Writing Project Associate, and Royal Literary Fellow at Leicester’s De Montfort University. She has had poetry residencies at Sheffield Children’s Hospital, the Ilkley Literature Festival, and various universities.
Her 65+ books include: Namaskar: New and Selected Poems, Animal Antics, and Do You Hear the Storm Sing?
More at: www.dchatterjeewriter.simplesite.com
- Publication: Stickleback
- ISSN: 2631-4126
- Edition: IV “Smiling at Leopards”
- Author: Debjani Chatterjee
- Extent: 8pp
- Dimensions: 210mmx148mm
- Binding: Saddle Stitch
- RRP: £2