Dimapur: Well-known Naga writer A Anato Swu has released his maiden poetry book — The Dancing Quill — at Hotel Saramati in Dimapur on Saturday. The 46–year-old author and poet talks about his experiences in the book so as to give a deeper understanding of the ‘seasons of life’.
Published by Maurice Wylie Media in Northern Ireland, the book consists of 143 poems that talks about various subjects. Swu, a native of Satakha village under Zuneboto district of Nagaland, made headlines with his autobiography titled A Diamond of Dust, which has been requested to be shelved in the British Library in the recent times.
Apart from making headlines in the national and the state media, Swu has inspired the lives of many. At the book release function, Rev Maurice Wylie said that the Maurice Wylie Ministries looks out to publish inspiring and educational books and added that Swu has fulfilled the motto behind their publication,
At the book release, the Maurice Wylie Ministries launched their first sub-branch in Nagaland outside of Northern Ireland. At the launch, the founder of MWM said that the organisation took the step forward to give a chance in life to young authors and entrepreneurs of the state of Nagaland and the region of Northeast India. He further added that they are seeking to discover “gems and diamonds covered in dust” like A Anato Swu.
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