Rajeev S. Patke
Publications on Indian Poetry in English
1 Journal article - local non-refereed: “Wanted: A good Indian Writer in English,” Review of Family Quarrels: towards a criticism of Indian writing in English, by Feroza F. Jussawalla, New Quest 59 (Sep.-Oct. 1986): 313-20.
2a Journal article - non-refereed: “Canons and Canon-making in Indian Poetry in English,” Kavya Bharati: a Review of Indian Poetry 3 (1991): 13-37.
2b Chapter in book: “Canons and Canon-making in Indian Poetry in English,” in From Commonwealth to Post-Colonial: Critical Essays, ed. Anna Rutherford. Mundelstrup: Dangaroo Press, 1991, 344-64.
3 Brief entry in book: “Gieve Patel,” in Contemporary Poets, ed. Tracy Chevalier. London: St James Press, 1991, 744-45.
4 Review article: “Once More Unto the Canon, or Rebottling Indian Poetry in English,” Review of Contemporary Indian Poetry, The Oxford Indian Anthology of Twelve Modern Indian Poets, Modern Indian Poetry in English, Indian Poetry in English, Indian English Poetry since 1950: An Anthology, ed. Kaiser Haq, A. K. Mehrotra, K. Ayyappa Paniker, Makarand Paranjpe, Vilas Sarang respectively, Kavya Bharati: a Review of Indian Poetry 5 (1993): 13-28.
5 Chapter in book: “Ithacan Voyages: The Poetry of R. Parthasarthy and A.K. Ramanujan,” in New Perspectives in Indian Literature in English: Essays in Honour of M. K. Naik, eds. C. R. Yaravintelimath, G. S. Balarama Gupta, C. V. Venugopal and Amritjit Singh. New Delhi: Sterling Publishers, 1995, 112-120.
6 Review: “Resistance Theory: The Futures of Literary Decolonization,” review of In Theory: Classes, Nations, Literatures, After Amnesia: Tradition and Change in Indian Literary Criticism, Culture and Imperialism, by Aijaz Ahmad, G.N. Devy, Edward W. Said respectively, Kavya Bharati: a Review of Indian Poetry 7 (1995): 37-60.
7 Chapter in book: “English in the University: The View from Asia,” in Institutions in Cultures: Theory and Practice, eds. Robert A. Lumsden & Rajeev S Patke. Amsterdam/Atlanta, GA: Rodopi S.V., 1996, 262-86.
8 Electronic publication in peer-reviewed journal: “Knowledge and Legitimation: Response to Ambroise Kom,” Mots Pluriels (University of Western Australia, Perth) 14 (June 2000).
9 Article in international peer-reviewed journal: “Translation as Metaphor: The Poetry of Agha Shahid Ali,” Metamorphoses (The journal of the five college seminar on literary translation) 8: 2 (Fall 2000): 266-78.
10 Chapter in book: “Indian Poetry in English,” in Post-Colonial Literatures in English (Asia-Pacific Version): Study Guide. Singapore: Open University/Singapore Institute of Management, 2001, 39-60.
11 Article in Journal: “The Ambivalence of Poetic Self-exile: The Case of A.K. Ramanujan,” Jouvert: A Journal of Postcolonial Studies, 5: 2 (Winter 2001).
Chapter in Book: “Adorno: Asian Extrapolations.” In Practice: Adorno,
Critical Theory and Cultural Studies, eds. Holger Briel and Andreas
Kramer. Bern: Peter Lang, 193-202.
Book Review: Rabindranath Tagore, Final Poems. Selected and Translated by
Wendy Barker and Saranindranath Tagore. New York: George Braziller, 2001.
The Straits Times (24 November 2001). Life-Books section, L20.
17 “Benjamin in Bombay? An Extrapolation”, Postmodern Culture 13:2 (May 2002).
Shroter version: in Theorising the Southeast Asian City as text: Urban Landscapes, Cultural Documents, and Interpretative Experiences, eds. Robbie B.H. Goh and Brenda S.A. Yeoh. Singapore: World Scientific/Singapore University Press (forthcoming: 2002)
18 “Benjamin’s Arcades Project and the Postcolonial City”, Diacritics 30: 4 (Winter 2000, published/forthcoming: July 2002)
19 “Adorno in the Postcolonial”, New Formations 47 (forthcoming: Aug/ Sep. 2002).
20 “Back to the Future: The Post- in the -Colonial”, Introduction to The European Legacy, Special issue on “Europe in Postcolonial Narratives”, 17: 2 (2002/2003).
22 Interview with David Davidar. The Arts Magazine (The Esplanade) (forthcoming: July-Aug. 2002).
Shahid Ali”. In World Writers in English. Ed. Jay Parini. New York:
Scribner’s (2003), vol. 1, 41-58.
Poetry Since Independence
Illustrated Weekly begins publishing poetry
Nissim Ezekiel, A Time to Change
Sahitya Akademi founded
Ezekiel, Sixty Poems
Dom Moraes, A Beginning
Moraes awarded Hawthornden Prize
Indian Literature founded
Writers Workshop begins publication
Ezekiel, The Third
Poetry (Chicago), Indian poetry issue (January)
Ezekiel, The Unfinished Man
Sahitya Akademi begins awards in Indian
P. Lal, The Parrot's Death & Other Poems
Literature in English
Penguin Modern Poetry 2 (Moraes, Kingsley Amis, Peter Porter)
Adil Jussawala, Land's End
Das receives Poetry Award, Asian PEN, Manila
Kamala Das, Summer in Calcutta
Ezekiel, The Exact Name
Moraes, John Nobody
Poetry India (6 issues)
A. K. Mehrotra, bharatmata: a prayer
Young Commonwealth Poets,
ed. P. L. Brent
Moraes, Poems 1955-1965
Gieve Patel, Poems
A. K. Ramanujan, The Striders
Das, The Descendants
Mehrotra, Concrete Poetry
Mehrotra, Woodcuts on Paper
Pritish Nandy, Of Gods and Olives
R. Parthasarthy, The First Step, Poems 1955-56
Gauri Deshpande, Between Births
K. D. Katrak, A Journal of the Way
Moraes, Bedlam and Others
Nandy, I Hand You in Turn My Nebbuk Wreath
Nandy, On Either Side of Arrogance
Modern Indian Poetry in English: An Anthology and a Credo, ed. P.
Keki Daruwalla, Under Orion
Shiv K. Kumar, Articulate Silences
Mehrotra at Iowa writers program
Daruwalla, Apparition in April
Jayanta Mahapatra, Close the Sky, Ten by Ten
Contemporary Indian Poetry in English: An Assessment and Selection,
ed. Saleem Peeradina
Arnold Heinemann Indian poetry series starts
Das, The Old Playhouse and Other Poems
Opinion Literary Quarterly (4 issues)
An Anthology of Indo-English Poetry, ed. Gauri Deshpande
Kumar, Cobwebs in the Sun
Emergency Rule in India
Chitre at Iowa writers programm
Clearing House begins publishing
Ten Twentieth-Century Indian Poets, ed. R. Parthasarthy
OUP New Poetry in India series begins
Jussawalla, Missing Person
Ramanujan awarded the Padma Shri
Ezekiel, Hymns in Darkness
Mahapatra at Iowa writers program
Arun Kolhatkar, Jejuri
Mahapatra, A Father's Hours
Mahapatra, A Rain of Rites
Mehrotra, Nine Enclosures
Patel, How Do You Withstand, Body
Ramanujan, Selected Poems
Kolatkar wins Commonwealth Poetry Prize
Lal, Collected Poems
Nandy awarded the Padma Shri
Parthasarthy, Rough Passage
Parthasarthy at Iowa writers program
Das & Nandy, Tonight, The Savage Rite
Nandy, Selected Poems
Two Decades of Indian Poetry 1960-1980, ed. Keki N. Daruwalla
Dilip Chitre, Travelling a Cage
Daruwalla, Winter Poems
Mahapatra, The False Start
Saleem Peeradina, First Offence
Sahitya Akademi awards to Das and Mahapatra
Vikram Seth, Mappings
Manohar Shetty, A Guarded Space
Daruwalla, The Keeper of the Dead
Ezekiel, Latter-Day Psalms
Mehrotra, Distance in Statute Miles
Ezekiel receives the Sahitya Akademi Award
Mahapatra, Life Signs
Kumar receives the Charles Holmer Prize
Das, Collected Poems vol. I
Daruwalla receives the Sahitya Akademi Award
Mehrotra, Middle Earth
Kumar, The Broken Columns
Seth, The Humble Administrator's Garden
Seth wins Commonwealth Poetry Prize (Asia)
Das, A Selection, ed. S.C. Harrex & V. O'Sullivan
Seth, The Golden Gate
Mahapatra, Selected Poems
Sujata Bhatt wins Commonwealth Poetry
de Souza, Women in Dutch Painting
Mahapatra, Burden of Waves and Fruit
Kumar and Seth receive Sahitya Akademi Awards
Shetty, Borrowed Time
Ezekiel receives the Padma Shri
Imtiaz Dharker, Purdah
Ezekiel, Collected Poems 1952-1988
Mahapatra, The Temple
Contemporary Indian Poetry, ed. Kaiser Haq
de Souza, Ways of Belonging
Charmayne D'Souza, A Spelling Guide to Woman
Seth, All You Who Sleep Tonight
Das, The Best of Kamala Das
Patel, Mirrored, Mirroring
Seth, Beastly Tales from Here and There
The Oxford India Anthology of Twelve Modern Indian Poets, ed. A. K.
Ezekiel, Selected Prose
Indian Poetry in English, ed. M. Paranjape
An Anthology of New Indian English Poetry, ed. M. Paranjape
In Their Own Voice: The Penguin Book of Contemporary Indian Women Poets, ed. Arlene R.K. Zide
Dharker, Postcards from God
Shetty, Domestic Creatures
1995 Daruwalla, A Summer of Tigers