H. K. Kaul is a Library and Information specialist, author, poet, bibliographer and institution builder. He has 43 years experience as a Library specialist, the creativity of a poet and the man with a vision who established two institutions, the DELNET – Developing Library Network in 1988 and the Poetry Society (India) in 1984. His first book came
Debjani Chatterjee is an award-winning poet, has written, edited or translated over 60 books for children and adults. A cancer survivor, who believes strongly in the therapeutic power of reading and writing, she’s a patron of Survivors’ Poetry and founded the Healing Word support group. Her work has won major awards, including Sheffield Hallam University’s honorary doctorate ‘for
Ambika Ananth (b. 1960) is a bi-lingual poet, a freelance journalist, a translator and a book reviewer with 12 published works. She has a Masters Degree in Education and has a PG Diploma in Journalism. Her poems have appeared in many anthologies. She is the Chief-Editor of ‘Museindia’, a literary web journal.
Pashupati Jha (b. 1952), a Ph.D. on the Poetry of Sylvia Plath from IIT Delhi, is Professor of English at I.I.T. Roorkee, where he guides research for Ph.D. Degree and teaches various English courses. Besides numerous academic publications, he has published three widely reviewed poetry collections in English so far. He has received the Outstanding Teacher Award of
Ram Krishna Singh is a poet and university professor, teaching English language skills in Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad. He has authored over 160 articles, 170 book reviews and 37 books, including fourteen collections of poems. Widely anthologized and translated, he has received several awards and honours, including honorary Litt.D. from the World Academy of Arts and Culture,
Usha Kishore is an Indian born British poet, writer and translator. Her debut collection of poetry has been awarded an Arts Council and a Heritage Foundation award (UK) and is forthcoming this year, along with a book of translation from Sanskrit. Usha is internationally published and some of her poems have been translated into German, Spanish and Gujurati.
Shefali Shah Choksi (b. 1964) teaches Literature and Composition at the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale. She has an MA (English) and MPhil (Women’s Studies) from the MS University of Vadodara (Gujarat, India) and lived in Florida since 1988, when she immigrated from Mumbai. She published her first book of poetry, Frontier Literature, in 2011, and has published
Professor Dr. Madhumita Ghosh is also a poet and editor of Poetry anthologies. She has been teaching English Poetry for the last 25 years and writing for about 10 years. Her poems have been widely published in print, e-books, journals and magazines all over the world, in places like Canada, UK, Ghana, Bangladesh and India.