Bhanu Kapil

Bhanu Kapil has written six full-length collections, most recently How To Wash A Heart (Pavilion Poetry), which was a Poetry Book Society Choice and the winner of the TS Eliot Prize. Forthcoming this year is a new edition of Incubation: a space of monsters from Kelsey Street Press, with essays on performance and shame, and a preface by Eunsong Kim. In 2020, Kapil was the recipient of a Windham-Campbell Prize and a Cholomondey Award, both for poetry. She is an Extraordinary Fellow of Churchill College, Cambridge.

Notes from the Corridor

Between 2012 and 2015, I traveled between Delhi and Chandigarh, pre-dawn, more than a dozen times, to avoid the thick, white fog that made travel impossible after 10 a.m. Sometimes in a taxi, sometimes by train, and sometimes with my …

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