Maya Khosla

Maya Khosla received the Dorothy Brunsman Poetry Prize for Keel Bone (2003) and awards from Poets & Writers, the Ludwig Vogelstein Foundation, and the Headlands Center for the Arts. Her poetry has appeared in Fog and Wood Smoke, Water: Culture, Politics, Management, and various journals, including Poem, Prairie Schooner, and Wisconsin Review. New poems are forthcoming in The Harper Collins Anthology of English Poetry by Indians.

  • Maya Khosla
    Dispersal Oak crickets dedicate their shrilling to the stars:     tireless desire pitched into the jeweled universe          with the most power a chorus of cells can muster. Such surges are rooted at…