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[[File:dan.jpg|thumb|right|Arun Budhathoki]]Arun Budhathoki (Daniel Song) (b. 19 September 1986) is a Nepali poet and editor. He is the author of Edge. His poetry is largely influenced by confessional poets like Sylvia Plath and Anne Sexton. == Biography == The author hails from Kathmandu, Nepal. His early years were spent by reading poetry by numerous authors. == Early life and Education == He did his schooling from Reliance Residential School, V.S. Niketan School and Himalayan White House International College. He did his undergradute from Nizam College, Hyderabad. He has MA in International Relations from the University of Northampton, UK == Literary Career == His first five poems were published in The Kathmandu Post and also published in The Weather Report and Jounreys (anthology by Sampad) and Happy Birthday to Me (The Asian Writer). == Select Works == His first poetry book ''Edge'' is recently published. == Poetry == Edge 2011 [http://www.amazon.com/dp/818253240X/ref=tsm_1_fb_lk] == Further Reading == MadSwirl [http://madswirl.com/content/poetry/Arun_Budhathoki.html] [[Category:People|Budhathoki]] [[Category:Poets|Budhathoki]] [[Category:Editors|Budhathoki]]
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