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Between Form & Solidarity
Poet Chandramohan S in conversation with Senior Editor Sarah Thankam Mathews
"One’s privilege cataracts one’s vision. Aspects of that privilege create a form of blindness, a cataracting of one’s advantage. My modus operandi is to illuminate as many blind spots as each of us have. It is not my fault that I may be born into a privilege, but it will become my fault if I do not make myself aware of it."
RECOMMENDED: Love After Babel and other poems by Chandramohan S (Daraja Press, 2020)
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Chandramohan S is a Dalit Indian poet, writer and social activist. He is the author of Warscape Verses, Letters to Namdeo Dhasal, and Love After Babel. He is based in Thiruvandanapuram, Kerala.
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