Dr Ram Avadh Prajapati, (M.A., BEd, D.Phil, DLitt) Assistant Professor of English, at the Department of English, Bareilly College, Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh, India. He teaches UG and PG Students. He got his primary education in his hometown. He did his Post Graduation and Doctorate from the University of Allahabad, Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh, India. He has done his P. G. in English Literature and Economics. He writes poems in Hindi and English. He is a well-known name amongst academicians. He has edited a large number of books on different aspects of Indian Writing in English, Postcolonial Writing, Diasporic Literature and Dalit Literature. His books have been well appraised for thematic and stylistic correctness. Most of his books are available in libraries of academic institutes. He has got published several research articles on different themes and techniques. He has authored the following books: 1. Reflections of Life in Agha Shahid Ali's Poetry 2. Exploration of Contemporary Ethos in Literary Texts 3. Rethinking Socio-cultural Values in Literature 4. Recent Trends in World Literature 5. Exploring Identities in Dalit Literature 6. Social and Cultural Dimensions in World Literature 7. Wings of Nature and Other Poems 8. Ecopoetics in World Literature 9. Anthology of Popular Stories and Poems 10. Perspectives on the Plays of Mahesh Dattani 11. Critical Insights on Girish Karnad's Plays 12. Improve Your Idioms & Phrases 13. One Word Substitutions 14. Recent Trends in Fiction Writing: Themes, Contexts And Techniques 15. Eco-Sensibility in World Literature 16. Critical Perspectives on Dramatists: Themes and Techniques 17. Fiction Writing in English in World Literature 18. Nativity Themes: Contemporary Indian English Literature 19. Perspectives on Postcolonial Writing: An Exploration 20. Indian English Poets: Critical Responses 21. Indian English Dramatists: An Exploration 22. Indian English Novelists: Critical Responses 23. Women Writers and Writings about Women: Critical Articles 24. Diaporic Literature: Critical Articles 25. Indian Writing in English: Themes and Techniques 26. Articles on Literary Luminaries 27. Perspectives on Eco-Critical Studies 28. Perspectives on Indian Fiction Writing in English 29. Perspectives on Indian Writing in English: Text and Context 30. Ten Great Stories of the Decade: An Anthology of Short Stories 31. Contemporary Indian English Writers: A Critical Exploration 32. Ecopoetics in World Literature 33. Endless Muses 34. Ripples of Endless Muses: An Anthology of Modern Poems 35. Streaks of Eternal Muses: An Anthology of Recent Poems1 36. Shafts of Creative Muses: A Collection of Contemporary Poems 37. Multifarious Shades of Life: An Anthology of Poems 38. Improve Your Writing Skills
Dr. Ashish Gupta is Professor & Head of the Department of English in Govt. Girls College, Betul (M.P.), India. His teaching experience is 27 years. Under his supervision, a number of scholars are awarded Ph.D. & M. Phil. Till now, more than 100 research papers of him are published in reputed journals & anthologies. He has attended many national/international Seminars/Webinars, FDPs & conferences, presented papers/chaired the session and got appreciation. He is the Associate editor/ member of the Editorial/Advisory/Review board of various prestigious International Refereed Peer-reviewed Journals on literary explorations. He is a well appraised academician amongst literary personalities. He is member, Board of Studies English in Chhindwara University. He has completed one Minor Research Project under financial assistance of UGC. Till now 20 edited books, 5 authored books, 3 e books from renowned publications and 3 patents are in his credit.
Ms.S.Poornima (M.A., M. Phil., NET, SET, NET, Ph. D) is working as an Assistant Professor of English, Trinity College for Women, Namakkal, Tamilnadu.She is a Poet, Short story writer, Editor and World Record holder. She set 7 World records based on literary activities. She is the award recipient of Academic Excellence, Bharat Bhusan, RashtriySamajSevaRatna, Best Faculty, Literary Excellence etc. She secured RECOND rank in M.Phil English in Periyar University, Salem-11. She won cash prizes for writing poetry and slogan writing in SVEEP competitions conducted by Tamilnadu Government and also she won cash prizes for Tamil Articles and appreciation certificates for Tamil Poetry and Short stories also. She has organized more than 5 International and National conferences and webinars and acted as an invited speaker also. She has presented nearly 25 papers both in national and international conferences, published 16 Articles in National and International Books and Journals. She has actively participated more than 300 seminars, webinars, FDPs and workshops. With 9 years of teaching service, she is the Research guide, Nodal Officer and Coordinator of various committees and cells. She is the chief editor of 2 ISBN books Inner voices to Outer verses: A Poetry Compendium and English Literature Compendium and one of the editorial members of the creative launcher journal. She is the coordinator of an international and national projects SMALL 4 U (SMALL stands for Social Media Assistant Language Learning), Cyber wellness 4 U, Youth 4 NET. She is the prime member in initiating the theme for this edited book.
Alok Chandra is a poet, critic, reviewer, and editor who
hails from Bargaon, Nalanda (Bihar). He has been rendering his active editorial
services as the co-editor of The Creative Launcher: An International
Journal of English. He is the former research scholar of Nava Nalanda
Mahavihara (Deemed to be University), under ministry of culture, Govt. of
India, Nalanda, Bihar. He has participated and presented his research papers in
national and international conferences/seminars and also attended relevant
workshops on ELT. He has got his well-researched papers published in
international journals and edited books. He always displays his hearty passion
for composing his poems concerning global ecology; his poems have been
published in both journals and anthologies. He is the recipient of best
research paper award in a national conference for his paper entitled 'The
Poetry of Gary Snyder: An Ecological Perspective', organized by the Dept. of
English, Andhra Loyola Institute of Engineering and Technology, Vijayawada,
Dr Bijender Singh (MA, MPhil, PhD, DLitt, UGC-NET, U-SET, M-SET, HP-SET, H-TET) is the Editor-in-Chief of The Expression: An International Multidisciplinary e-Journal. He has done Sanskrit Honours (Shastri), Art & Crafts Teacher Course and Multi-Purpose Health Worker (Male) Course apart from several academic degrees. He has participated in many seminars and conferences as a keynote-speaker, resource person and paper presenter. He has written/published more than thirty books. A few of his books are available in the library catalogues of Oxford University, British Library (UK), Central Library of Zurich (Switzerland), Stanford University, The University of Minnesota, The University of Chicago, Columbia University, The Library of Congress (USA) and many more world-ranking libraries.
Dr S. Chelliah (MA, PhD, DLitt) is the Dean of Arts, Humanities & Languages; and Professor, Head, and Chairperson of School of English and Foreign Languages; and Special Officer for Planning & Development at Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai (Tamil Nadu). He has produced 25 PhD scholars, more than 209 MPhil scholars and 196 MA projects. He has published 11 books and 346 papers in various national and international journals and edited anthologies. He has served as the Dean for Curriculum Development of Madurai Kamaraj University, Director for Board of Studies Section, Director for Spoken English Institute of Madurai Kamaraj University, Co-ordinator for CBCS Wing, Liaison Officer for SC/ST Cell of Madurai Kamaraj University and Member of Board of Studies of both UG/PG of Pondicherry University, Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, Bharathidhasan University, Trichy; Bharathiar University, Coimbatore and Gandhigrahm Rural University.
Dr N. Velmani (MA, MPhil, PhD) worked as an Associate Professor of English in V.V. Vanniaperumal College for Women, Virudhunagar, Tamil Nadu. She did her PG in English from the same college, completed her MPhil from Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai, was awarded PhD for her thesis “Politics as Theatre: A Study of Howard Brenton’s Plays” from Madurai Kamaraj University in 1995. Her areas of interest are Modern Drama, Linguistics and Critical Theories. She has produced 20 PhD Research Scholars, authored 5 books, presented and published nearly 50 research papers in national and international seminars and conferences and organized international conference. She was conferred Rashtriya Gaurav Award for her institutional service from New Delhi in 2013.
Dr Yogesh Kumar Sharma (MA, MPhil, PhD) is presently working as Associate Professor in Swami Shraddhanand College, (University of Delhi), Alipur, Delhi. His early education was held at Khurja and higher education, (MA, MPhil, PhD) at Institute of Advanced Studies, Meerut University, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh. He has published several articles on a number of authors and subjects. He is a poet, story writer, essayist, blogger and an author. His articles and poems on different topics have found place in a number of newspapers, magazines and journals both in India and abroad. He has written more than 700 poems, around 50 short stories and 200 articles and essays on different aspects of society concerning day to day life of the people. His poems are very sharp but honest satire on society. As a poet he has authored a book Voices.
Dr S. R. Chaitra works as an Associate Professor in English in Maharaja’s College which is a constituent college of University of Mysore, Mysuru, Karnataka. Her areas of interest are Stylistics, Indian Feminism, Marginal Literature, Black Feminism, Dalit Feminism, Diasporic Literature and Post-colonial Literature. She has presented papers at various national/international seminars and conferences. Her research papers have been published in different national and international journals.
Dr M.S. Vimal is an Assistant Professor in the Department of English, Govt. PG College, Niwari, Madhya Pradesh. He has earned his PhD from Jiwaji University, Gwalior. He has published two books with ISBNs and twenty-four research papers in national and international journals. He has completed two minor research projects on the topic of “A Study of the Basic Problems in Learning English Language at High School and Higher Secondary School Level” and “Unknown and Hidden Literary Gems in Bundelkhand Region”.
Dr K. Deepa is working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of English in Sri GVG Visalakshi College for Women, Udumalpet, Tiruppur (Dt) since 2017. She has published a good number of papers in national and international journals. She has participated and presented her papers in seminars and conferences also. Her areas of interest are Indian Writing in English, Dalit Literature, Children’s Literature and English Language Teaching.
Dr Meenu Dudeja is working as an Assistant Professor in Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Technology, New Delhi. She is having more than 17 years of teaching experience. She is having more than 12 papers to her credit in reputed national and international journals. She has attended various workshops. She has authored three books entitled Communication Skills for Professionals, Communication Skill Part 2 and Lab Manual for Professionals. Her areas of interest are American Literature, Indian Writing in English, Gender Studies and Communication Skills.
Dr Ritika Agnihotri (MA, MPhil, PhD, UGC-NET) is currently working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of English, Public College, Samana, Patiala, Punjab. She has been teaching undergraduate and postgraduate classes for more than twelve years. Her research interests focus on Feminist Studies, Cultural Studies, Diasporic Literature and Dalit Literature. She has attended various national and international conferences and has published research papers in reputed peer-reviewed and UGC approved journals. .
Dr Ratheesh Kumar A. is Assistant Professor in Department of English, DB Pampa College, Parumala and Research Guide in Post-Graduate Department of English, Marthoma College, Thiruvalla. He works on Post-colonial Literary Studies, Social Media and Resistance in Literature. His academic research interests and publications in refereed journals have a wide perspective and mostly focus on post-colonialism. He teaches the intersection of Pedagogical Theory, Speculative Fiction and Critical Race Theory. He is fascinated by how literature intersects and interacts with the milieu of identity politics
Dr S. Fathima Syeda is an Assistant Professor of English at M.S.S. Wakf Board College, Madurai. She has done her doctoral research on Vikram Seth’s Fiction at M.S. University, Tirunelveli. Her area of specialization includes Indian Writing in English and Twentieth Century Literature. She has cracked UGC-NET. She is interested in depicting voice of the voiceless and women empowerment. She has written articles on Vikram Seth and Dr Radhakrishnan. Currently she teaches African Literature, Feminist Theories and Modern Drama.
Dr C. Ramya, (MBA, MA, MPhil, PhD), presently works as an Assistant Professor of English in E.M.G. Yadava Women’s College, Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India. She has completed her master’s degree in English, master’s degree in Business Administration, Master of Philosophy and doctoral degree in English. She has eight years of teaching experience. She has authored/co-authored eight books and has published 122 research papers in peer-reviewed/CARE-listed journals and several edited anthologies. Her areas of interest are Psychoanalysis, Spiritual Studies, Dalit Literature and Comparative Literature.
Dr Vinod K. Chopra earned his PhD from Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla in 2002 on the topic “Community, Communalism and Gender: A Study of Short Stories on Partition”. He is an honorary faculty member at Career Point University, Kota, Rajasthan. He has guided thirteen MPhil scholars and at present, he is supervising four PhD scholars. He has published a book Partition Stories: Mapping Community, Communalism and Gender in 2009 and he has translated a monograph Saga of a Revolutionary Hero: Pt. Inderpal, a Freedom Fighter into English. He has published ten research papers in national and international literary journals and eight papers in different anthologies. He has also presented eight research papers on literature and education in national and international seminars. He is a permanent member of Indian Association for the Study of Australia (IASA), The English Language Teachers’ Association of India (ELTAI) and English Teachers’ Forum (ETF).
Dr Avinash Kumar [MA (Gold Medalist), PhD] is PhD holder from Patna University who has a penchant for Afro-American Literature and Indo-English Poetry. He has a wonderful command of Feminist Discourse and Dalit Literature. He has contributed immensely to esteemed journals and edited books from reputed publication houses. He evinces keen interest in publication of insightful research articles on Post-colonial and Feminist Literature in journals of home and abroad and edited anthologies. He has published few books on English Literature.
Subhasish Barua is an Assistant Professor, Department of English, Nabagram Hiralal Paul College, Konnagar, District Hooghly, West Bengal and a PhD Research Scholar in Department of English in Vidyasagar University, Midnapore, West Bengal. He has published his papers in journals and edited anthologies. His areas of interest are Dalit Literature, Tribal Literature, Literature of the Subalterns and Gender Studies.
Kalyan Pattanayak is a Lecturer in the Department of English, Ghatal Rabindra Satabarsiki Mahavidyalaya, affiliated to Vidyasagar University, Medinipur, West Bengal. He has completed PG from Chhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj University, Kanpur. Presently, he is pursuing PhD from the Department of English, Seacom Skills University, Birbhum, West Bengal.He is also an Academic Counsellor of Department of English, Netaji Subhas Open University, West Bengal. His area of research is Indian Writing in English. His areas of interest include Subaltern Studies, Diaspora, Ecocriticism, etc. He has presented many papers in several national and international seminars, webinars, and conferences. He has published research papers in UGC CARE-listed journals and other journals of international repute, and contributed book chapters too. He has authored the book An Objective Approach to Literature in English published by a Kolkata-based reputed publisher.
A. Vanathi is working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of English in G.T.N. Arts College Autonomous, Dindigul. She has published various papers in national and international conferences and 5 articles in CARE-listed journals. Her research area is on the thematic evaluation of Sarojini Naidu’s poems. Her research interests include Feminism, Postcolonial Theory and Gender Studies.
R. Deepak (MA, MPhil, BEd) is an Assistant Professor in PSR Arts and Science college. He has done PG from SRNM College, Sattur and Master of Philosophy from Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai. His areas of interest are Literary Theories and American Literature. He has presented/participated in many national and international seminars and conferences.
Sister Nelsa A.C. presently works as an Assistant Professor in the Department of English at Patna Women’s College, Patna (Patna University). She has seven years of teaching experience both at UG and PG level. Her areas of interest are Dalit Literature, Postcolonial Literature, British and Indian Poetry, and Critical Theory. She has presented her papers in few national and international seminars, conferences and webinars. She has been a Resource Person in various national webinars. Her research papers have been published in different national and international journals and edited anthologies.
J. Amala Jeya Shali is an avid research scholar, pursing her doctoral research in the Department of English, Fatima College, Madurai Kamaraj University. She has been a faculty in the Department of English, Fatima College. Her areas of interests are Phonetics, African American Literature and Indian Writing in English. She has attended and presented papers in various regional and National level seminars and conferences. She is also very much interested in translation works.
R. Ganesh is a PhD (English) Scholar in Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai (Tamil Nadu). He has passed MA Degree (2017) in First Class (60.2%), BEd (English) in First Class (2015) and MPhil (English) (2019) in First Class (62.67%). He has also qualified UGC-NET examination in the year 2018. He is interested in doing research on the writings of R. K. Narayan. So far, he has presented three research papers and they have been published in conference proceedings/journals.
Mirza Sariful Hassan did his MA in English literature from Aliah University, Kolkata. He has qualified UGC-NET in 2016. He served as a guest lecturer in English at Aliah University and Mahishadal Girls’ College. Presently, he is pursuing PhD from Contai P.K. College (Vidyasagar University). His fields of interest include Post-colonial Literature, Dalit Literature and Subaltern Studies.
K. M. Keerthika, (MA, MPhil) is a full-time Research Scholar in the Department of English and Comparative Literature, Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai. Her research is on “Women Stoicism and Self Identity in the Select Novels of Bharati Mukherjee, Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni and Jhumpa Lahiri: A Psychospiritual Approach. She has attended eight international conferences and presented papers: One on Literary Theories, one on Paradigms of Marginality in Literature and one on Human Praxis and Moral Configuration in Literature, one on Epistemic Value of English Literature and one more on Social Evils in Literature, out of which five papers were published in different journals and three in proceedings book with ISBN. She has published more than 20 papers in international, peer-reviewed and UGC-approved journals and also attended four workshops titled “Online Accessibility of Materials for Research”, “Research Methodology”, “The Heroines of Rabindranath Tagore” and “Universal Appeal on R. K. Narayan”. She has also contributed five papers in five books with special focus on Dalit Literature and Dalit Feminism.
N. Padmapriyadharshini, (MA, MPhil, UGC-NET), is a full-time Research Scholar in the Department of English and Comparative Literature, Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai. Her research is on “The Complexities in Human Relationships” and focuses on answering “The Haunting Questions of Identity through Select Plays of Girish Karnad”. She has attended eight international conferences and presented eight papers: One on Literary Theories, one on Paradigms of Marginality in Literature and one on Human Praxis and Moral Configuration in Literature, one on Epistemic value of English Literature and one more on Social Evils in Literature, out of which five papers were published in different journals and three in proceeding books with ISBN. She has published 28 papers in international, peer-reviewed and UGC approved journals and also attended four workshops titled “Online Accessibility of Materials for Research”, “Research Methodology”, “The Heroines of Rabindranath Tagore” and “Universal Appeal on R. K. Narayan”. She has also contributed five papers in five books with special focus on Dalit Literature and Dalit Feminism.
N. Kaushi Reddy (MA, MPhil) is a full-time Research Scholar in the Department of English and Comparative Literature working on the topic entitled “Thematic Concerns and Stylistic Devices as Projected in the Fictional World of Bharati Mukherjee: An Exploration” for her PhD research. She has published 30 papers in international, peer-reviewed and UGC-approved journals; and has presented three international conferences and three workshops. She has also contributed four research papers in different anthologies on Dalit Literature.
Chandra Prabha Mahawar is a Junior Research Fellow at the Department of English, Central University of Rajasthan. Her research work falls on the role of Dalit youth in the transitional phase of contemporary Dalit literary activism. She has presented a couple of research papers in relevant academic conferences.
Dr Neha Arora is an Assistant Professor in the Department of English, Central University of Rajasthan. Her areas of interests are Dalit literature, Comparative literature, Indian Writings, and Literatures from the Margin. She has one authored book to her credit and has co-edited two anthologies on New Literature and Mahesh Dattani. She has also contributed several research papers in reputed journals and books. One research scholar has been awarded PhD degree and three scholars have submitted their thesis under her supervision.
Gavin Jude Wilson is an Associate Professor of English and heads the Department of English at Maharaja’s College, a constituent college of the University of Mysore, Mysuru. He has been teaching at the UG level for 24 years now. His area of research interest is New Literatures in English. He has participated in many international and national level seminars, conferences and presented papers which have been published in journals of repute. His present interest of research is English literature from New Zealand.
Dr Kusum Kanger (MA, MPhil, PhD) is an Associate Professor in BAR Janta College, Kaul, Kaithal, Haryana. She has earned her MPhil from Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra. She has been awarded her doctoral degree on Angela Carter and Bapsi Sidhwa from NIMS University, Jaipur. She has presented and published her papers in many national and international seminars and conferences. She has published her papers in many national and international journals and edited anthologies.
Dr Suruchi Sharma (MA, PhD, UGC-NET) is an Associate Professor in RKSD College, Kaithal, Haryana. She has done her PG from KMV Autonomous College, Jalandhar, Punjab. She has been awarded PhD in English on Khaled Hosseini. Her areas of interest are Diaspora Studies, Critical Theories and Cultural Studies. She has presented her papers in many national and international seminars and conferences. Her papers have been published in many national and international journals and seminar/conference proceedings and several edited anthologies.
Dr Saroj Bala is an Associate Professor of English at Swami Shraddhanand College, (University of Delhi), Alipur, Delhi. Her areas of specialization are African American Women Writings. Her areas of interest are Feminist Writings, Dalit Women Writings, Eco-Criticism and British Romantic Literature. She has published articles and chapters on these areas. She has published short stories in Hindi also.
Dr Shikha Saxena presently works as Professor and Head of the Department of Humanities in Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Technology, Delhi (Affiliated to GGSIPU, Delhi). She is having more than 20 years of teaching experience. She is a poet, a short-story writer and ELT expert. She has 36 papers to her credit in reputed national and international journals and edited anthologies. Her poems have been published in reputed international journals. She has also attended various workshops.
Arijit Mondal completed his MA in English literature in 2019 from Ramakrishna Mission Residential College (Autonomous), affiliated to the University of Calcutta. He qualified UGC-NET-JRF in 2018. He is currently a PhD Scholar in the Department of English, Pondicherry University. His area of interest is South African Indian writings.
Dibaranjan Mondal is a Research Scholar, Seacom Skills University, Birbhum, West Bengal, India.
Dr. Rohit Prabhakar Patil is an Assistant Professor, Department of English, Government Arts and Science P.G. College, Ratlam, Ratlam, Madhya Pradesh, India
Dr. Md. Rakibul Islam is an Assistant Professor of English, Department of Law, AMU Murshidabad Centre, India
Rafikul Hassan is a PhD Scholar in Seacom Skills University, Bolpur, West Bengal, India, He is an Assistant Teacher of English in Kanua Bhabanipur K.R.H.N. High Madrasah (H.S.) near Chanchal in the district of Malda, West Bengal.
Anjali S is working as an Assistant Professor, Department of English, MES Kalladi College, Mannarkkad, Kerala.
Dr. Om Prakash Ratnaker is a Lecturer (English) in Rajkeey Ashram Padhatti Inter College, Mehrauna, Deoria.
Prof. (Dr.) Gunjan Sushil is working as a Professor of English, Department of English & MEL, University of Allahabad, Allahabad, India.
Sahana Das is a Guest Lecturer, English Language and Literature
Debojyoti Dan, SACT Lecturer, Naba Ballygunge Mahavidyalaya.
Dr. Mallika Tiwari is an Assistant Professor, Govt. Post Graduate College, Sector 1, Panchkula.
Dr. Bipin Bihari Dash is an Assistant Professor in the Department of English at College of Engineering and Technology, an Autonomous and Constituent College of Biju Pattanaik University of Technology, Odisha, India.
Dr. Dipti Ranjan Maharana Dept. of English U.N. College of Sc. & Technology Adaspur, Cuttack, INDIA.
Ms. Noble A. Paliath is working as an Assistant Professor, Department of English, Sacred Heart College, Chalakudy, India.
Dr. Chidambar Lingo Patil, Associate Professor and PG Coordinator, Department of English, Secab’s A. R. S. Indamdar Arts, Science and Commerce College and P.G. Centre for Women, Vijayapur, Karnataka. 35 years of teaching experience. Worked as Editor, Editorial Board Member and Executive Editor for 24 text book in English for Karnataka State Akkamahadevi Women’s University, Vijayapur. Published 22 research articles in National, International and Conference Proceedings.
Dr. Neeta Chakravarty is working as an Associate Prof.& HOD (English), R. J. College, Ghatkopar (W), India.
Shakeba Jabeen Siddiqui is working at Department of English, Radhey Hari Govt. P.G. College, Kashipur, Udham Singh Nagar, Uttarakhand, India.
Dr. Rashmi Jain is working as an Assistant Professor, Department of English, Iswar Saran Degree College, Prayagraj, India.
Kalyan Pattanayak is a Lecturer in Department of English, Ghatal Rabindra Satabarsiki Mahavidyalaya, affiliated to Vidyasagar University, Medinipur, West Bengal, India and a research scholar in Department of English, Seacom Skills University, Birbhum, West Bengal. He is also an Academic Counsellor of Department of English, Netaji Subhas Open University, West Bengal. His area of research is Indian Writing in English. His area of interest includes Subaltern Studies, Diaspora, Ecocriticism etc. He has participated in several national and international Seminars, Webinars, and Conferences and presented numerous papers. He has published research papers in UGC care listed journals and other journals of international repute, and contributed book chapters too. He has authored the book An Objective Approach to Literature in Englishpublished by a Kolkata based reputed publisher.
Gayathri Narayanan is working as an Assistant Professor in English, Sree Sankara Vidyapeetom College Valayanchi-rangara, Perumbavor , Kerala.
Dibaranjan Mondal, Research Scholar, Seacom Skills University, Birbhum, West Bengal, India
Priya Singh, Research Scholar, Department of English, Iswar Sharan P.G. College, University of Allahabad, India.
Dr. T. Sri Devi is working as an Assistant Professor of English in SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Chennai. With regard to her teaching experience, she has seventeen years of teaching experience to my credit both in Arts and Science, Engineering and Agriculture Colleges. She has contributed a number of articles to different journals and magazines.
Dr. Sajna Sanal is working as an Associate Professor, Dept. of English, University College, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala.
Prof. Nidhi Tiwari, Regional Institute of Education, Bhopal, India.
Ms. Divya. P obtained her Ph. D in Indian Diasporic Literature. She was educated at various colleges under the universities in Kerala. Her area of interest includes Indian Diaspora, Feminism and Indian Writing in English. She has presented papers in different seminars including international/ national/ state level. A large number of scholarly papers have been published in reputed national and international refereed journals and e-journals. Currently she is pursuing her teaching profession in English.
Durbadal Ghibela, is working as a Lecturer in English, Jarasingha Higher Secondary School, Jarasingha, Dist. Balangir, Odisha.
Dr. Shambhu Lal Verma, whose pen-name is Shambhu Kushagra, is Professor and Head of the PG Department of English at Purnea University, Purnia, Bihar. He writes poetry and criticism, both in Hindi and English, and also translates. Awarded by the Government of Bihar with the Rashtrabhasha Samman, his poems, critical articles, reviews and translations have appeared in different journals and anthologies of national and international repute, both in Hindi and English. He translated into Hindi The Short Fiction Scenario by S. M. Eisenstein, and also some poems from African countries. His three poems against terror and war were also included in the Anti-Terror and Peace IFLAC Anthology (2016), published by Ada Aharoni of Jerusalem, Israel.
Dr. U. Fathima Farzana is working as an Assistant Professor of English, Sri S. Ramasamy Naidu Memorial College, Sattur, India. She has published three anthologies poems: Refelections, Breeze and Crown of Thorns. She has, to her credit, 23 research papers in UGC CARE journals.
Jithya Merin Paul is a research scholar and freelance writer, she completed MA in English Language and Literature from, Kerala University. She has published her debut poems in an anthology ‘You Deserve to be Loved’ and also published papers on gender studies and psychoanalysis. Her research interests are Gerontology, South Asian Literature and Photopoetry.
Dr. Anu S. is working as an Assistant Professor of English, University College, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala.
Minu V. is working as an Assistant Professor of English, Govt. Arts & Science College, Kulathoor.
Ms. Ambika Bhatnagar is working as an Assistant Professor, SGT University, Gurugram, India.
Ms. Bhawna Tomar is working as a German Language Expert, SGT University, Gurugram, India,
Dr. Swagata Bhattacharya is a Post Doctoral Fellow, Department of Comparative Literature, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India.
Dr. Nisha M is working as an Associate Professor of English, Government College, Malappuram, Kerala.
Prof. Prajakta S. Raut is working as a Head, Department of English, Abhinav Degree College, Goddeo, Bhayander (E), Mumbai.
Gayatri Anand is as an Assistant Professor of English (Guest Faculty) at Goswami Ganesh Dutta Sanatan Dharma College, Chandigarh, India.
Ravindra Hanmantrao Sagar is working as an Assistant Professor, Nagnath Arts Commerce & Science College, Aundha Nagnath, Maharashtra, Affiliated to S. R. T. M. U. Nanded, India.
Hanna Isath N is working as an Assistant Professor of English at I.H.R.D. College of Applied Science, Thamarassery. Also worked as Assistant Professor at MCT College of Legal Studies, Malappuram. Post graduated from Kerala University with rank and is enthusiastic about subversive studies and retelling of mythologies.
Aditi Ghosh, from Gauripur (Dhubri), Assam is an independent researcher currently pursuing knowledge and skills for research topics in the extensive study of Literature, trying to find new areas of studies in North- East and Comparative literature, a former student of Tezpur University, Assam- who has completed M.A in English Literature 2020 (with specialization in Indian English Literature) and has qualified UGC-NET 2020. Her educational background in the field of English language and literature has given her a broad base from which to approach many topics. A teaching enthusiast who also provides content writing, proof reading and editing options. An active participant in broadening scope of knowledge in Literature, also providing teaching services through online forum.
Dr. Annapoorna Iyer is working as an Assistant Professor and Head, Dept of English, S.V.N.S.S. College, Wadakkanchery, India.
Dr Manouri K. Jayasinghe holds a PhD in Comparative literature (American, Post-Colonial and Sinhala) from the National Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilizations of France which is a member of the group of universities of Sorbonne Paris, France. She has been in academia, teaching English and Sinhala at the above-mentioned University in Paris for 26 years and for the last five years she has been working as a Higher-Grade Senior Lecturer of the Faculty of Humanities and Sciences– English Unit-Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology (SLIIT)- Sri Lanka, teaching British and American Literature for undergraduates.
Dr. N. R. Gopal is an Associate Professor in the Department of English, CUHP, Dharamshala.
Dr. Kanak Kanti Bera is an Associate Professor of English at Panskura Banamali College-autonomous (Affiliated to Vidyasagar University), West Bengal, India.
Dr. Ketaki Datta is an Associate Professor of English at Bidhannagar Govt College, Salt Lake City, Kolkata.
Dr. Uttara Bisht was awarded a PhD degree by the Department of English, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi in 2019. Her research interests include Women’s Studies, Suicide Studies, Biographical Research, Feminist theory and Translation Studies. She has presented and published papers at conferences and published articles in both English and Hindi languages in some well-known journals like Economic and Political Weekly, The Wire and Samayantar. She has also been translating stories and one of her translated stories of Premchand has been published by Penguin Classics.
Prof. Azize Kour works at ENSIAS, Mohamed V University, Rabat, Morocco.
Dr. Sneha Suresh is an Assistant Professor in the Department of English, Kristu Jayanti College, Bangalore, Karnataka.
Ms. Gayathri M. works as a Guest Lecturer in English at Government Law College, Ernakulam, Kerala.
Dr. Annapoorna Iyer is an Assistant Professor and the Head of the Department of English at Shree Vyasa N.S.S. College, Wadakkancherry, Thrissur, Kerala.
Dr. Vishaka Venkat is an Assistant Professor in the School of Linguistics and Literary Studies, Chinmaya Vishwavidyapeeth, Kochi, Kerala.
Ms. Shijila K. is a Research Scholar at the Research Centre for Comparative Studies, Post-graduate Department of English, Mercy College, Palakkad, Kerala.
Ms. Anita Jose is a Research Scholar at the Research and Postgraduate Department of English, St. Aloysius College, Thrissur, Kerala.
Dr. Betsy Paul C. is an Associate Professor, a Research Supervisor and the Head of the Research and Post-graduate Department of English, St. Aloysius College, Thrissur.
Dr. Pradeepkumar K. is an Assistant Professor of English at Shree Vyasa N.S.S. College, Wadakkancherry, Thrissur, Kerala. He is the Chairperson of the Under-graduate Board of Studies, University of Calicut, Kerala.
Ms. Dil Rupa Rai is an English teacher under the Ministry of Education, Royal Government of Bhutan who holds Master’s Degree in English, and currently pursues research.
Dr. Chitra S is an Assistant Professor and Head for Postgraduate Department of English at Yonphula Centenary College, Royal University of Bhutan. She holds two decades of tertiary teaching experience with expertise in areas of English Literature and Language along with curriculum design and course development. She has published numerous research articles in books, journals, conference volumes and presented papers in various international and national conferences. She is external examiner in various capacities, a Member of Board of Studies of colleges and universities, a member of the Editorial Board of International Journals, and resource person for academic workshops and webinars.
Ms. Ann Christina Pereira is a Research Scholar at the Department of English, VIT-Vellore, Tamil Nadu.
Dr Sarika Tyagi is an Associate Professor and THE Head, Department of English, VIT-Vellore, Tamil Nadu.
Dr. Stuti Khare is an Assistant Professor in the Department of English, Isabella Thoburn College, Lucknow.
Ms. Teena Varghese is an Assistant Professor of English (on contract) at MES College, Marampally, Kerala.
Ms. Shreya Guha is a Guest Lecturer at B. Borooah College, Guwahati, Assam.
Ms. Manchusha Madhusudhanan is an Assistant Professor of English at Maharaja’s College, Ernakulam, Kerala.
Dr. Liss Marie Das is an Assistant Professor of English and Research Guide at St. Xavier's College for Women, Aluva, Ernakulam, Kerala.
Dr. Anjali Abraham is an Assistant Professor in the Department of English, M. A College, Kothamangalam, Kerala.
Prof. S. Chelliah is the Special Officer for Planning and Development; Dean of Arts, Humanities and Languages; Head and Chairperson, School of English and Foreign Languages, Department of English and Comparative Literature, Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India
Dr. N. R. Gopal is an Associate Professor in the Department of English, Central University of Himachal Pradesh, Dharamshala. He is also the Director at Center for Tribal Literature of America of the University.
Mr. Dinesh Kumar is an Assistant Professor of English at Dyal Singh College, Karnal.
Ms. Surabhi Ghosh is an Assistant Professor at LOKD College, Dhekiajuli, Assam.
Ms. Sali S. is an Assistant Professor in the Post Graduate Department of English, Don Bosco College, Kottayam, Kerala.
Dr. Rajesh Komath is an Associate Professor of School of Social Sciences and Former Director, School of Social Sciences. He was the Former Hon. Director, Inter University Centre for Social Science Research and Extension and Director/Coordinator, KR Narayanan Chair for Human Rights and Social Justice, Mahatma Gandhi University, Pullarikunu Mallossery Kottayam, Kerala.
Dr. Monika Dhillon is an Assistant Professor of English at MDSD Girls College, Ambala City, Haryana.
Dr Meena Sharma is an Assistant Professor in the Department of English, Dibrugarh University, Dibrugarh, Assam.
Dr. C. Ramya is an Assistant Professor in the Department of English, E.M.G. Yadava College for Women, Madurai, Tamil Nadu.