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The End Is Not Apocalypse by Tanya Singh

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“Tanya Singh is a poet who steps into the past of the collective mind, unearths the traumas of a nation carved into bloodshed by its colonial rulers—an anti-Sikh violence continued by communalist ethno-religious sectarianism. In a prose form that moves the heart through lyrical shifts where the political folds into the personal, the speaker’s body becomes a palimpsest. These poems chronicle a voice narrative that staggers me with its poignant urgency.”

— Rajiv Mohabir, Author of Cutlish and Antiman: A Hybrid Memoir

“A close, pure, raw meditation on personhood, family, history, and those moments of violence—like secrets—we commit to memory in the dark.”

— Dini Parayitam, Author of ‘What Nakedness Is’ in Joyland Magazine

About the Author:

Tanya Singh (they/them) is a 21-something transgender/non-binary poet, essayist, and editor from Chandigarh, India. They are the author of Heaven is Only a Part of Our Body Where All the Sickness Resides (Ghost City Press, 2018). Their work has appeared in Gone Lawn, Minola Review, Polyphony H.S, and elsewhere, and has been recognized by the Times of India and Bow Seat Ocean Awareness Student Contest, among other places. They are a founding member of Quilab and Punk Indus, anti-capitalist arts collectives. They are deeply inspired by the transformative justice movements and the politics of indepensibility. Find them on Twitter: @TanyaJVSingh.
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