Farahdeen Khan

Farahdeen Khan is a painter, poet, author. To his credit are the books: Heartbeat (Unisun Publications), Inner Voices (Mirage Books), Chicken Soup for the Soul series on Friends (Westland), Chicken Soup for Indian Soul: Celebrating Brothers and Sisters (Westland). His next book Dawn And Dusk (Bloody Good Books) is available in the e-format online. The jacket of the book is designed by Subi Samuel and artwork chosen by singer, composer, lyricist, painter, model, actor and philosopher Ali Zafar.

His articles, critique and reviews have been published in various dailies, journals and magazines across the world. He holds an MA in English Literature. He is currently working on some screenplays for leading film studios and two of his next books. He is the founder team for CURATE, a magazine in England on art, architecture, film and literature.

His work has been featured in articles at the Guggenheim, for the Indian Government, and on architecture for the Canadian government. He has been written about in leading architecture magazines across the world. He was invited to guest blog on My Seven Rules of Writing by actor, screenwriter, producer Geoff Talbot. He has his own page on Menswear Style UK where he contributes on a regular basis on style and fashion. His article on etiquette was the most widely shared article on their site and he won the award for best article digitally and in print.

He is a devoted collector of art and antiques, and there is in the offing a coffee table book being curated from one of the most prestigious museums in New York on his private collectables that would reveal to the world some of the rarest of the rare antique porcelain and treasured art from Europe.