Rupi Kaur is a poet, artist, and performer. Her collections of poetry, milk and honey, self published at the age of 21, and the sun and her flowers, have sold millions of copies and been translated in over 40 languages. Her work touches on love, loss, trauma, healing, feminism and migration. Kaur feels most at home when performing on the stage and creating art.
The Sun and Her Flowers:
Rupi Kaur in conversation with Supriya Dravid
Canadian poet, illustrator and author Rupi Kaur touches a visceral chord in audiences around the world. Here, she reads from her verses and shares thoughts on her poetry, her process and how she has channelled her creativity in the times of Covid-19 to connect with her audiences through ‘freewriting’, with editor-in-chief of ELLE and author of A Cool, Dark Place, Supriya Dravid.