Of the great names in Indian English Literature in recent times, Nandini Sahu occupies a significant place. Her poetic firmament is illumined with her journey of her self, her love for nature and life. Hers is a strong poetic voice. In a candid interview she talks about her life and her poetry.
Aju Mukhopadhyay, a bilingual poet, author and critic, writes fictions and essays too. He has authored 30 books and received several poetry awards from India and USA, besides other honours. He is a regular contributor to various magazines and e-zines in India and abroad. He is a member of the Research Board of Advisors of the American Biographical Institute, registered in the Who's Who of Sahitya Akademi, India. He is one of the Vice President of the Guild of Indian English Writers, Editors and Critics.
Among the galaxy of India's contemporary English poets, Dr. Jaydeep Sarangi shines like a bright star. His poems lift the veil from the hidden beauty of the world. His pen chronicles a new history of the downtrodden, oppressed people, his personal pangs and sorrows, and his happy days. His poems also throw light on several issues of rural life, his lonely childhood days, his grown-up memories, and his days amid the urban setting.
Of the great writers of Bengali Dalit Literature, Manohar Mouli Biswas stands out as an outstanding figure. He was born and brought up in a remote village Dakshin Matiargati in Khulna district in Purba Banga (East Bengal) in 1943. He passed matriculation in 1959. After passing Intermediate Science in 1961 with National Scholarship, he took admission in C.U and completed graduation in 1963.