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Gopika Jadeja

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Contributor

Gopika Jadeja

Gopika Jadeja is a bilingual poet and translator writing in English and Gujarati. Gopika is Editor-at-Large (Singapore) for Wasafiri, an editor at PR&TA, and an editor for the performance-publishing project “Five Issues.”

A recipient of the Charles Wallace Scholarship for Creative Writing, Gopika’s poetry and translations have been published in Modern Poetry in Translation, Asymptote, Cha, Cordite Poetry Review, Indian Literature, The Four Quarters Magazine, The Wolf, Sahcharya, and Vahi. Her work has also appeared in anthologies like The Art and Craft of Asian Stories: A Writer’s Guide and Anthology, A Thousand Cranes for India: Reclaiming Plurality Amid Hatred, and No News: 90 Poets Reflect on a Unique BBC Newscast. Gopika is working on a project of English translations of poetry from Gujarat. She lives in Singapore.

Articles by Gopika Jadeja

Photo of a man walking alongside his bike on a tree-lined path
Photo by Akshat Vats on Unsplash
To Loved Ones
By Jayesh Jeevibahen Solanki
Two poems by Jayesh Solanki, a poet and activist who envisioned a different future for Dalit and marginalized communities in India.
Translated from Gujarati by Gopika Jadeja
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