Black and White Hue

Exercise in Capturing Solitude

  • Rony Nair None


These photographs are part of an ongoing project that seeks to capture solitude in candour.


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Author Biography

Rony Nair, None

Rony Nair is a poet, photographer and a part time columnist for several national dailies. His poetry, photography and writings have been featured and anthologized extensively. Several of his works have appeared in various journals including the Chiron Review, Kitaab, The Indian Express, Coldnoon, YGDRASIL journal, Mindless Muse, Yellow Chair Review, Indian Review, Alephi, New Asian Writing (NAW), Semaphore, The Economic Times, 1947, The Foliate Oak Magazine, Open Road Magazine, Tipton Review, Antarctica Journal, North East Review, Guerilla Wire, and Modern Literature, among numerous others.

His poetry has often been critiqued by fictional luminaries such as Shashi Tharoor, Sumana Roy and others. Rony’s poem Obamaclipse (2018) was longlisted by Writers Resist for the Pushcart.

How to Cite
Nair, R. “Black and White Hue”. Contemporary Literary Review India, Vol. 6, no. 1, Feb. 2019, pp. 144-6, doi:10.201411/clri.v6i1.118.