Supriya Kaur Dhaliwal is twenty, and currently pursuing her Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from St. Bede’s College, Shimla. Born and brought up in the tea capital of Northern India – Palampur, she published her debut poetry anthology “The Myriad” when she was sixteen. Her book on poems, “Musings of Miss Yellow” was published recently. She was one of the four Indian poets who participated in the annual 100 Thousand Poets for Change World Conference in Salerno, Italy this June. She also relished the poetry scene in Kuala Lumpur, while she was travelling in Southeast Asia this September, where she attended their 100 Thousand Poets for Change KL chapter.
She has spent maximum of her life so far in the lap of snow clad mountains and green arenas and thus believes that it’s the nature, the countryside that provides her the fodder for her pen and poems. Just like her heterogeneous thoughts, her poems have no genre. Movement is her muse and she has not stayed in a city for more than two months since she was sixteen. She loves reading and writing prose that reads like poetry.
Ishan is a Delhi based very passionate about poetry and a die-hard Gulzar fan. His genius reflects in his metaphor enriched heartfelt thoughts penned down to finesse. A down to earth gentleman with a multitude of fan following, Ishan has recited in several formal gatherings that include IIT, IIC and IHC. His works have been published in various anthologies. He is an avid traveler and is associated with various NGOs.