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About the author:
In his younger years, author Sudip Sapkota thought his poetry was meant only for him; "My feelings are only my feelings."

Born October 27, 1985 in Kathmandu, Nepal to his parents Ramji Prasad [list mom here] Sapkota, Sudip began writing poetry and stories at the age of fourteen.

Although his father wanted him to pursue a career as an engineer, Sudip choose the path of literature, earning a Bachelor's degree in World Literature. He also holds diplomas in the areas of graphics design, video editing and special effects.

Many of his poems and stories have been published in local magazines.

Sapkota is currently employed as an aluminum and steel fabricator for a well-known company. His interests include watching movies and reading literature.

Poetry has been his friend, but now it has become his life. Before, it was his personal dream, but now poetry is his wealth. "The lines of poetry to whom the feelings get matched."

His words are written for you, the reader. "The stanzas of poetry to whom the sentiment get matched."

After reading his poems, Sapkota hopes that they help you to do a positive works.

New York: A New Metaphor, is his first book.

New York: A New Metaphor

Authored by Sudip Sapkota
Cover design or artwork by Ashley Renee
Edited by Iris M Williams

A poet does not create subjects. He only creates style. The subject is already in society and nature. The poet only has to a pick a subject and rearrange the words with his style.

Style is the signature of a poet. From a signature, a person can be identified. In the same way, from style a poet can be identified.

'New York: A New Metaphor' is author Sudip Sapkota's thumbprint on the literary world. His love for poetry is evident within each of his poems and the author hopes his love will infect you the reader ...

Publication Date:
1942022824 / 9781942022824
Page Count:
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Poetry / General

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