At Copper Coin, we pride ourselves on being independent publishers dedicated to publishing world-class poetry. Founded in December 2013, we began operations in January 2014 and since then have been committed to bringing the best of poetry to our readers.
We believe in the power of poetry to bring forth beauty and understanding, and strive to offer our authors a platform to share their work with the world. Our mission is to provide a space for poets to express their voice and to nurture the craft of poetry. We are committed to promoting literary excellence and championing every author we work with.
Sarabjeet Garcha is the author of four books of poems—including A Clock in the Far Past—besides a volume each of translated poetry and translated prose. He has translated several American poets into Hindi, including W.S. Merwin and John Haines, and several Indian poets into English, among them Mangalesh Dabral and Leeladhar Jagoori. He was on the Panel of Critical Readers for the third edition of Garner’s Modern American Usage (Oxford University Press, 2009). His poems, translations, and essays have appeared in Lyrikline, Versopolis, Words Without Borders, Modern Poetry in Translation, Notre Dame Review, the Indian Quarterly, Domus India, Scroll, the Wire, and several other online and print journals. His poems have been translated into German, Spanish, Russian, Malayalam, Kannada, Marathi, Punjabi and Hindi. Sarabjeet received the Fellowship for Outstanding Artists (2013-14) from the Government of India and the International Publishing Fellowship (2022) from the British Council. He is the founder and editorial director of Copper Coin.