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About the Book:
This is a book of poetry that often reads like prose. Often bereft of rhyme, & sometimes deconstructing reason. Liminal People is an exploration of the multifarious reality of human existence, and how it can never be defined by the constraints of a singular perspective. The poems oscillate between finiteness & infallibility, trauma & memory, despair & disambiguation.
We always belong to two or more worlds. We're always shaped by multiple narratives. The blueprint of the universe is mirrored in our subconscious, and we're all the product of constantly moving through time and space within our minds. It's the essence of this truth that Liminal People attempts to capture in verse.
About the Author:
Aalta (Shalini Maiti) was born in West Bengal, and raised across southern India. She identifies as a true-blue Hyderabadi. She's an alumnus of both KPS (Kodaikanal Public School) and HPS (Hyderabad Public School).
An erstwhile corporate, she worked in online advertising with Google for 8 long years, before walking away to chase her dream of becoming an author.
She now lives, blissful & broke, in Hyderabad. She's a bibliophile, epicure, feminist, freelancer, scribbler of untold stories, and the mother of five (dragon-like) cats. Liminal people is her first independently published book.