Karthika Nair was born in India, lives in Paris, and works as a dance producer and curator. She is the author of Bearings (HarperCollins India, 2009), a poetry collection; DESH: Memories, inherited, borrowed, invented (MC2, Grenoble, 2013), a dance diary; and The Honey Hunter/ Le Tigre de Miel (Young Zubaan, India/Editions Hélium, France, 2013), a children’s book illustrated by Joëlle Jolivet. Nair was the principal storywriter and scriptwriter of DESH, choreographer Akram Khan’s multiple-award-winning dance production. She is currently working on her next poetry collection, an account of the Mahabharata war in 18 voices, one of which was recently published as Satyavati: Fault Lines (ebook, Harper21, 2014).
In Karthika Nair’s résumé as a producer, one finds mention of Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, Damien Jalet, Käfig/Mourad Merzouki, the Louvre, the Shaolin Temple, misadventures with ninja swords and pachyderms, among others, many of which find their way willy-nilly into her poetry (though, hopefully, not into the retelling of the Mahabharata).
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The Shadow Moans by Roselyne Sibille
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He Gazes Uncomprehendingly by Roselyne Sibille
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