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About the Book
Soulless Phantoms is collection of twenty-five poems gives voice to one’s existentialist pondering, the innate desire of human beings to achieve, and the immense and bittersweet comfort of sepia-tinged memories.
Lose yourself in the quaint meanderings of Anam Shahab’s words—traverse and look at the vast landscape of the world through the eyes of a sensitive soul and an empathetic, ever-questioning mind.
About the Author
Anam Shahab is an economist for a public policy consulting firm and has been writing poetry since the age of ten. A Commonwealth Scholar at the University of Cambridge, Anam completed her MPhil and postgraduate diploma in Economics, and then spent a year conducting research and teaching undergraduates. She also holds a first-class degree in economics from Lady Shri Ram College, Delhi. Her poem, Grey Minds and Dark Times, written after the Mumbai terrorist attacks, has previously appeared in the Times of India. She was the founder-editor of the Cambridge Economist, a student magazine in its fourth year now and running successfully. She lives in London.