Lopamudra Banerjee
Lopa Banerjee is an Indian-Bengali poet, author and editor living in Texas, USA who has nine books on Amazon (including anthologies) to her credit. She has a Masters’ in English with a thesis in Creative Nonfiction writing from the University of Nebraska, and also a Masters’ in English from the University of Calcutta. She is the author of the Journey Awards 2015 winning memoir Thwarted Escape, and the critically acclaimed poetry collection Woman And Her Muse. She has translated Nobel laureate Tagore’s selected works of fiction as The Broken Home And Other Stories and two dramas of Tagore, Tales of Transformation (English translation of Tagore’s Chitrangada and Chandalika). Among her latest works are a poetry film/short film in collaboration with two other poets (upcoming) and an anthology on gender violence titled Muffled Moans Unleashed (as co-editor). A recipient of the Woman Achiever Award 2018 instituted by International Women’s Short Film Festival, The Reuel International Prize for poetry (2017) and for translation (2016), she wears many hats. She is also a featured poet/artist performing poetry/spoken words in Texas (at Power 214 Radio station, Dark Moon Poetry, Houston PoetryFest, I Want To Hear You Sistah among others). She is the Consultant Editor at Blue Pencil Publishers, New Delhi, India and an online writing consultant/workshop mentor at Dimensions, Kolkata.
Books by Lopamudra Banerjee
All That Jazz and Other Pathbreaking Tales

All That Jazz and Other Pathbreaking Tales, consisting of ‘All That Jazz: A Romance Novella’ and ’10 Short Stories’ narrate the tales of contemporary women and their emotional journeys, their life choices and their travails. Romance, gender, sexuality, and the spirited journeys of love and loss form the crux of these pathbreaking narratives.

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