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Persaud's fourth collection of poetry, 'color' is a synesthetic exploration - a spectral adventure of love, heritage, grief, and self-reflection through both the natural and subliminal worlds. ...more
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Published March 27th 2016 by
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Divya M. Persaud is a writer, composer, and planetary scientist of Indo-Caribbean heritage from New Jersey. She is the recipient of The (Great) Indian Poetry Collective Editor’s Choice Award for her experimental book of poetry, "do not perform this" (GIPC, 2018), and the author of poetry collections "color" (2016) and "de caelo et tellure" (2015). Divya is additionally the composer of THEY WILL BE ...more

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