Author Archives: Devanshi Khetarpal

About Devanshi Khetarpal

Devanshi Khetarpal is the girl who reads chapbooks in shady cafes. She is the author of "Welcome to Hilltop High" (Indra, 2012) and a poetry collection, "Co:ma,to'se" (Partridge, 2014). She serves as the Editor-in-Chief of Inklette Magazine and a Poetry Editor for Phosphene Literary Journal and Moledro Magazine. Her work has been published or is forthcoming in Souvenir, The Corner Club Press, The Cadaverine, Dirty Chai and Alexandria Quarterly among others. An attendee of the Iowa Young Writers' Studio at the University of Iowa, Khetarpal's work has been recognized by Hollins University and Columbia College Chicago. She currently lives in Bhopal, India.

Three Poems – Devanshi Khetarpal


one day

the fire will light open the Ganges
& the breasts of rain will wash our
names as ashes touching the back 
of the sun

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