A collection of stories, poetry and reflections on the meaning of freedom by renowned Tibetan writer and activities, Tenzin Tsundue, described by the New York Times as 'the new and most visibile face of the restless children of the Dalai Lama'.
He won the 'Outlook-Picador Award for Non-Fiction' and has had his writing featured in The International PEN, Indian Literature, Outlook, The Daily Star (Bangladesh), Today, Tibetan Review and Indian PEN. In 2002, he was named by Indian Elle as one of India's 50 most stylish people.
Now in its sixth edition, having sold more than 15,000 copies in English, French, Polish and Malayalam, Kora is an inspiring testament to Tenzin's love for his homeland. A powerful collection of creative writing, compiled over a decade, Kora strikes the perfect balance between Tenzin the writer and Tenzin the activist.
Tenzin's income comes solely from sales of Kora and by publishing his work in Indian and international media. Every sale of a copy of Kora helps to fund the work of this remarkable author, activist and leading light of the movement.
54 pages. Printed on recycled paper.
Fresh from a rapturously received poetry reading at Tibetfest 2018, we have limited copies of Tenzin Tsundue's Kora available as an online exclusive - get your copy today!