Sneha Subramanian Kanta
Sneha Subramanian is a recipient of The 2022 Digital Residency from The Seventh Wave, the 2021 Robert Hayden Scholarship at Stockton University, and the inaugural Vijay Nambisan Fellowship 2019. She was the Charles Wallace Fellow writer-in-residence (2019-20) at The University of Stirling. An awardee of the GREAT scholarship, she has earned a second postgraduate degree in literature from The University of Plymouth (2017). Her dissertation concentrated on a comparative literature study exploring postcolonial ecocriticism in the fiction and non-fiction of Arundhati Roy and Amitav Ghosh.
She is the author of the chapbook Ghost Tracks (Louisiana Literature Press, 2020). Her poems are forthcoming in UBC’s PRISM International, Room Magazine, Pleaides, Cream City Review, and elsewhere. Most recently, her poem “Witness” is an honorable mention in The 2022 Foster Poetry Prize at Contemporary Verse 2. She is the founding editor of Parentheses Journal. Website: www.snehasubramaniankanta.com.