Kabir Deb is an author, poet, editor and a content writer based in Karimganj, Assam. He works as a teacher in a government institution and has completed his Masters in Life Sciences from Assam University. His works have been published in various national and international magazines like Different Truths, Kaafiya, Counter-Currents magazine, Spillwords Magazine, India Today, Sahitya Akademi, etc. He works as an activist and is actively involved in writing for human rights. His poems talk about the people living as oppressed. He loves to write on women and is a vocal feminist. He right now also works as a content writer of Counter-Currents magazine. He was awarded the Social Journalism Award in 2017 for being vocal about human rights violation. In 2019, he was awarded the prestigious Reuel International Poetry Award for best upcoming poet.
The oppressive silence of the COVID-19 pandemic
Reading Time: 4 minutes The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the hypocrisy and the inhuman side of the privileged Indian society, which is happy to close doors on the working class.
Assam flood: An issue no one talks about
Reading Time: 5 minutes The Brahmaputra has already started flooding. It’s just May. While Assam looks at a precarious future, the so-called “national” press is mum over its plight