Nausheen Eusuf is a Bangladeshi poet who, in recent years, has claimed a prominent spot in contemporary poetry in English. Born in Dhaka, Bangladesh, in 1980, Eusuf completed her PhD in English in 2019 from Boston University, specializing in poetry and poetics. She has a BA from Wellesley College, an MA from the Writing Seminars at Johns Hopkins, and an MA in English from the University of Georgia.

Eusuf’s poetry has won a Pushcart Prize and appeared in two editions of Best American Poetry. Her poems have been published in numerous American and British journals, including The American Scholar; Southwest Review; Salmagundi; PN Review; Wasafiri; Agenda; Literary Imagination; and World Literature Today, as well as The Guardian’s “Poem of the Week”. She is the author of the chapbook

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Citation: Manzoor, Sohana. "Nausheen Eusuf". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 20 January 2021 [, accessed 02 December 2023.]

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