A dropout of various universities, like IITR and JNU, Nachi Keta is a Kidney Transplant Recipient and a neurodiverse writer from New Delhi. His name is a combination of two terms: Nachi, which means ‘death’, and Keta, which means ‘a creative force’. He lives with his parents and teaches English to high-school kids. 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 [link]
  • Under the canopy of stars | Novel | Story Mirror Pvt. Ltd | July 2020 (link)
  • HER – Eleventy One Terribly Tiny Verses For Those Despairing In Love | Poetry Collection | Self Published | Aug 2020 [link]

SHORTER WORKS

  • “Those Five Minutes” | LiveWire (Upcoming)
  • “Ambition” | Glitchwords (Upcoming)
  • “When I was punished for trying to commit suicide” | Serotonin (Upcoming)
  • “Home is where the heart is” | Dwelling Literary (Upcoming)
  • “The Postcard speaks” | Fahmidan Journal (Upcoming)
  • “Farmers don’t like garage sales” | Ayaskala (Upcoming)
  • “Otis is fat” | Stone of Madness Press (Upcoming)
  • “Forty-two says don’t panic” | The Daily Drunk (link)
  • “Parks and love” | Literary Impulse (link)
  • “An Aspen Leaf” | Perhappened (link)
  • “The day is not far” | The Sock Drawer (link)
  • “Hiraeth-sunrise” | Rasa Literary Review (link)
  • “A History of Climate Change” | Words and Whispers (upcoming)
  • “Chicken Soup” | CafeLit.uk (link)
  • “Call me Daddy” , “Categories”, “Helen” [link]| Howling Press
  • “A gift from Ivan” | The Bombay Review (link)
  • “Shusant Reads Camus” | Juggernaut.in (link)
  • “The day I proposed to her” | StoryMirror (link)
  • “A Medieval Verse on Love” [link], “Creation of a love poem” [link]| The Good men project
  • “A night of urinary tract infection” [link] | Pandemic Diaries

(ordered according to the date of acceptance, newest first)