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Interview with Seni in “Words of Colour”

JOY FRANCIS WRITES: Seni Seneviratne is many things, including a poet, creative artist and psychotherapist who also sings acapella. Of English and Sri Lankan heritage, Seneviratne was born and raised in Leeds, Yorkshire. An alumnus of Ten – The Complete Works programme, her first collection of poetry, Wild Cinnamon and Winter Skin, was published in […]

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Mir Mahfuz Ali interviews Seni Seneviratne

Mahfuz: When did you realize that you had a poet in you that wanted to burst out defying all odds? Seni: It’s hard to pinpoint a moment when I first realised I had a poet inside me. My quest for connection through language feels like it has been with me a long time.  I don’t […]

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Living the Question: Interview in Barely South Review

by Tara Shea Burke: I arrived for my interview with poet, activist, photographer, singer, and psychotherapist, Seni Seneviratne, with pages of questions and probably too much excitement. This was my first interview with a poet and, after hearing her read at Old Dominion University’s annual literary festival the day before, I knew she would move and […]

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