Sneha Subramanian Kanta is a writer from the Greater Toronto Area, Canada. She has been awarded the inaugural Vijay Nambisan Fellowship 2019. She was the Charles Wallace Fellow writer in residence (2018-19) at The University of Stirling. An awardee of the prestigious GREAT scholarship, she has earned a second postgraduate degree in literature from The University of Plymouth. Her dissertation was a comparative literature analysis of postcolonial ecocriticism in the fiction and nonfiction of Arundhati Roy and Amitav Ghosh. Her work has appeared in Waxwing Magazine, Muzzle Magazine, The Normal School, Quiddity, and elsewhere. She is the founding editor of Parentheses Journal and reads for Tinderbox Poetry Journal. She is the author of the chapbook Ghost Tracks (Louisiana Literature Press).