Satwik Mishra is the author of Colors of Silence, a collection of poetry. He’s working on his new novel “The Quagmire” which is essentially a commentary on contemporary society and the re-imagining of a totalitarian world. This blog is a conglomeration of poetry, prose, essays, and book reviews.
He is based in Bangalore, India, and takes delight in philosophy, literature, arts, and humanities. He is also an avid reader and owns a glorious collection of special edition books, magazines, old letters, photographs, and stationery.
- A Place of Quiet Objects
- Book Review: Pet Sematary by Stephen King
- Book Review: Stoner by John Williams
- Book Review: Suncatcher by Romesh Gunesekera
- Children Of Kashmir
Posts of Interest
Shoot Them All
AUGUST 7, 2020
Shoot them all is a poem on the increasing crimes against humanity where religion, violence, and power tyrannize the world.
The Art of Drowning
SEPTEMBER 15, 2020
The Art of Drowning is a prose poem that depicts the violent world that houses us, the remorse we bear, and how some of us learn to cope.
Children of Kashmir
AUGUST 22, 2019
A poem on Kashmir Valley; a region torn by conflict between two countries. Who will then remember the language of love?