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Abhishek Anicca

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Abhishek Anicca is a bilingual (English and Hindi) writer, poet, and spoken word artist. He identifies as a person with locomotor disability and chronic illness which shapes his creative endeavours.

‘Anicca’ is Abhishek’s chosen name, as it denotes the Buddhist doctrine and the Pali word for ‘impermanence’— much like the many lives he has had to live with the onset of his disability and the evolutions of his life.

He has written on living with disability and illness for the Times of India, the Quint, Kitaab, Mad in Asia among others. His poems have been published in English and Hindi, most notably in Nether Quarterly, Gulmohur Quarterly, the Alipore Post, Jankipul, Samalochan, and Posham Pa. He uses spoken word poetry for disability activism and has given more than fifty performances across India and the world. Abhishek has a bachelor’s degree from Delhi University, a master’s degree from TISS, Mumbai, and an Mphil degree in Disability Studies from Ambedkar University, Delhi.

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