Nabin Kumar Chhetri
Writer and Poet
Scotland and Nepal
From November 25 to November 30, 2019
Born in Nepal, Nabin Kumar Chhetri graduated with a degree of M.St in Creative Writing from Oxford University with Distinction in Poetry. He also holds a degree of M.Litt in the Novel from the University of Aberdeen. Awarded a Discovery Prize 2015, his poetry book has been published by The Red Mountain Press (US). His recent awards include the St. Peter’s Foundation Award (Oxford University) and awards from Italy, Israel and Nepal for his creative works. In 2011, he received the Nosside International Poetry prize (UNESCO Heritage Award) for his poem ‘Memory’ from). His poems have been published in more than 70 national and international journals. He has been awarded several grants for his works including The Francis W Reckitt Trust and The Author’s Contingency Fund. He lives in Aberdeen, Scotland with his wife and two children.
Project at Faber —
I will be working on the revision of my Novel-in-Progress entitled, “The Red Moon Trails.” Some of the early chapters were a part of my final assignment at the Oxford University and was rigorously guided by my supervisor Mr. Amal Chatterjee. The first two chapters of the novel were later shortlisted for the Charles Pick Fellowship Award at the University of East Anglia. The extract was also a part of the submission for the Hospital field Residency (UK) where I got selected. I have conducted various Creative Writing Workshops for children and adult alike and my profile can be found here: www.nabinkchhetri.com