A dropout of the most prestigious colleges of India, Nachi Keta is a Kidney Transplant Recipient. He considers himself too old for this world, which is too full of healthy bodies- which are too stuffed with words- which are too despairing for this world- which is too young for him. He loves his privacy too much and pretends to be a SAGE (@KetaNachi).
His name is a combination of two terms: Nachi, which means ‘death’, and Keta, which means ‘a creative force’. And his works focus on mental health, oppression and the absurd in social and personal.
FULL LENGTH WORKS
- Postcards from Kandbari | Poetry Collection | Half Baked Beans | Jun 2020 (Kindle), Nov 2020 (Paperback) link]
- Under the canopy of stars | Novel | Story Mirror Pvt. Ltd | Apr 2020 (Kindle), July 2020 (Paperback) (link)
- HER – Eleventy One Terribly Tiny Verses For Those Despairing In Love | Poetry Collection | Self Published | Aug 2020 (Kindle and Large print) [link]
(ordered according to the date of acceptance, newest first. ” ” are poems. rest, prose)