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K.S. Subramanian
chennai, India

K.S.Subramanian is a senior journalist who had a long stint with an outstanding national daily in the editorial. He has also had his stints with Indian Express and Times of India.  He did MA in English literature from Kerala and also MA in Defence Studies in Madras University. Besides Post-graduate diploma in Journalism from Bharathiya Vidya Bhavan, Mumbai.
He has published two volumes of poetry Ragpickers and Treading on gnarled sand through the Writers Workshop, Kolkata. His poems have appeared in Asian Age and several web sites including browncritique (in its latest March 2017 issue and in 2013), museindia.com, unesco.it, poetrymagazine.com,  poemhunter.com, and Yorickmagazine.com(summer and fall issue, 2013), www.synapse.net, wordsapartmag.com(Issue 6), poetrypacific, Poets corner, Kingston Writers Creative Blog, Cafedissensus.com, Verbal Art Journal, tlhjournal.com, thecriterion.com, the criterion August 2016 issue, Vigilpub, Tuck magazine and the recent issue of  phenomenalliterature.com
Poems have also appeared in printed anthologies such this.is,(an anthology brought out Birgitta Jonasdottir, a poet from Iceland, In Your own words brought by Marlow Peerse Weaver abroad.  Also in Guntur anthology of poets and Efflorescence of Chennai Poets circle besides others. Article on Carol Ann Duffy, British poet, carried in langlit.org. Cafe dissensus carried his article on Kushwant Singh's book The Good, the bad and the ridiculous.  Recently a short story "Glistening Metal" was published in the June issue of Indianruminations.com, Thulasi has flowered in museindia.com, indianreview.in, namaste.com and The tipping point and Rebirth in setumag.com, Pittsburg.  Poems have appeared in Apricity magazine in November issue of 2016.

He has focussed on industrial reporting, working on developments in real estate and stuff related to products, electronic, electrical and otherwise.  Civic articles were also part of it.   

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