A book ‘Letter for strangers’ released in Dimapur
Dimapur, Feb. 12 (EMN): A book titled “Letters for strangers,” written by Sentisuba was formally released by Dr. T Jamedi Longkumer, assistant professor of Philosophy from Dimapur Government College, on February 11.
Releasing the book, Longkumer remarked that the works in the book are ‘little bubbles of pure joy.’ Stating that ‘Letters for strangers’ is filled with the life-expressions of a soul filled with open innocence, he said that “the author, through his pen nudges us to reimagine the self, the other and their myriad encounters through the prism of possibilities,” an update from Penthrill Publication House stated on Friday.
The author, Sentisuba, was born on April 7, 1995, and is currently pursuing his master’s in Genetics and Plant Breeding from Nagaland University. He was fascinated by the Great Renaissance and also an avid tea drinker and his favourite writers included Arundhati Roy, Pablo Neruda and the random quirky paragraph ‘authors’ of reader’s digest.
‘Letters for Strangers’ comprises of 55 poems including three prose pieces namely ‘Scarlet Pimpernel,’ ‘Otsu and I,’ and ‘Unfinished’ and divided into three sections. The book is the 36th publication of PenThrill Publication House.
It further stated that the book would be available at ‘The Common Room,’ ‘Crossword,’ ‘Bible House,’ ‘Made in Nagaland Centre,’ and ‘Gutouch’ in Kohima and online at ilandlo and Amazon.