Khairul Habib is a poet living in England for more than a decade.
He grew up in Dhaka in the 70s and 80s, started writing poetry and translating foreign writers like Wole Soyinka since student days.
He recently published a compilation of sonnets on contemporary social and political issues. He is vocal about the rights of indigenous people, minority groups and environmental issues.
In this interview, he recites from one of his latest sonnets and explains the construction of his poems.