आज़ादी विशेषांक / Freedom Special

अंक 13 / Issue 13

उदयन वाजपेयी / Udayan Vajpeyi

Born 1960. Hindi poet, essayist, short fiction and script writer. He has published two volumes of poetry, a short story collection, a book of essays and other miscellaneous publications (including a book of recreated folktales and an account of an extended conversation with  filmmaker Mani Kaul). His work has been translated into Bengali, Tamil, Oriya, Kannada, English, French, Swedish, Polish and Bulgarian. He teaches Physiology at Gandhi Medical College, Bhopal.

He has translated works by Octavio Paz, Borges, Chekhov, Brodsky, Jaccottet, Tadeus Rozewicz, among others, into Hindi. He has been invited to various festivals in India and overseas, the most recent being a seminar on the folk imagination in Moscow and the International Book Fair in Paris in 2007. He has received various awards for his writing, including a Senior Fellowship from the Government of India (1994 – 96), the Krishna Baldev Award (2001) and the Raja Foundation Award (2003).

Udayan Vajpeyi at Pratilipi

  1. January 4, 1960
  2. Resensualizing the Theatrical Experience
  3. कविता ऊषा के पहले: शुन्तारो तानीकावा (Translator)
  4. Father, I Couldn’t Save You
  5. वह
  6. Jangarh Kalam

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  1. sudeshna kahani sangrah bahut achchha lagaa tha mujhe. barson pahle pathak manch par uski sameeksha maine kee thi. bahut kam rachnaayen hoti hain jo yaad rah jaati hain.

  2. Jangan Kalam is with so much great knowledge and wisdom. The Book is so beautifully and cleverly written and contains many truths and wisdoms about Gond Art & Culture .

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