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Bewildering Stories welcomes...

Ashok Rajamani

Ashok lives in New York City and is a graduate of New York University. He’s a member of several writers’ organizations and has published extensively in literary journals in North America and southern Asia. He has also held many exhibitions of his artwork.

“He Was the Drunken Geisha Who Found the Golden Diamond” is a prose poem in verse about a “bar scene” where one man is attracted to another. It is distinguished by its sensual visual effects. Ashok has explained that the term “geisha” is an Indian slang term and does not refer directly to the Japanese geisha.

Ashok Rajamani’s bio sketch can be found here.

Welcome to Bewildering Stories, Ashok. We’re looking foward to your other poems on the schedule.

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