Noshi Gillani Chapbook

Lavinia Greenlaw, Noshi Gillani, Nukhbah Langah


Noshi Gillani was born in Pakistan in 1964 and now lives in the USA. She has published four collections of poetry. Her selected poems, Ay Meeray Shureek-E-Risal-E-Jaan, Hum Tera Intezaar Kurtay Rahey (O My Beloved, I Kept Waiting for You) was published in 2008.

Lavinia Greenlaw has published three books of poems, Night Photograph (1993), A World Where News Travelled Slowly (1997) and Minsk (2003), which was shortlisted for the TS Eliot, Forward and Whitbread poetry prizes. Her two novels are Mary George of Allnorthover (2001) and An Irresponsible Age (2006). In 2008 she published a memoir, The Importance of Music to Girls.

Nukhbah Langah was born in Pakistan and came to the UK to complete her PhD on contemporary Siraiki poetry at the University of Leeds. She teaches poetry at the University of Leeds and is planning to pursue a full-time academic career in Pakistan.

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