Words, Listening, Waiting

Here are three new pieces of writing by one of the Tagore Centre resident artists, Nuala Dalton. Her empathetic responses to Tagore might give...

The Art of Writing

A new piece by Aurogeeta Das is in our Features section. A lovely account of the joys of handwriting. Forming Letters, Writing Poems

Dancing around Tagore

By Fiona Harvey 18th September 2014 As I sit down to write this next part of my exploration, I am distracted by the thought...

Of Tagore, Reznikoff and Brevity

by Aurogeeta Das In my previous post, I used the word ‘aphorism’ to describe Tagore’s poetry in Stray Birds. Before I continue my exploration...

Tagore’s Birds

We are happy to present a new contribution from Aurogeeta Das which is now available in our Features section. It picks out a few words...

Lost Time

by Nuala Dalton When I saw the call for artists by the Tagore centre, I was not long back from my first and long...

What Constitutes a Bird Form?

Aurogeeta Das As I’ve stated in my previous blogpost, Tagore’s birds tend to be fantastical rather than real; sometimes they are even chimeric (chimera:...