Urvashi Bahuguna

Autumn Fourkiller

Urvashi Bahuguna is an Indian poet and essayist who grew up in Goa, India before moving to New Delhi where she lived and worked as a writer for many years. She is currently based in the Bay Area. Her work has been recognised by a Vermont Studio Center fellowship, a Tin House scholarship, a Virginia Centre for the Creative Arts residency, an Atlantic Centre for the Arts residency, a Charles Wallace India Trust Fellowship, a Sangam House fellowship, an Eclectica Spotlight Author Prize, and a TOTO Award for Creative Writing. She is the author of Terrarium (The (Great) Indian Poetry Collective, 2019) and No Straight Thing Was Ever Made (Penguin India, 2021). Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Passages North, Gulf Coast, Denver Quarterly, Copper Nickel, Tahoma Literary Review, The Adroit Journal, SWWIM, Southern Humanities Review, The Shore, Orion, Eclectica, Mud Season Review, UCity Review, SOFTBLOW, The Penguin Book of Indian Poets and elsewhere.