Currently, we have the following editors, section editors, special issue editors with us.
Khurshid Alam is an author and editor based in Pune, India. More than 100 poems, several stories and critical essays have been published in various journals and magazines in India and abroad. He has several books including Master RoboHelp in 1 Day, Learn Markdown, Key to Happiness, and Investigative Poetry & Other Poems to his credit until now. His books Master RoboHelp in 1 Day and Learn Markdown are the best sellers on Amazon while Learn Markdown has been rated among 7 Best Markdown Language eBooks of All Time in the world by Bookauthority.
He has edited over 1000 research papers, PhD theses, and book manuscripts for as many authors from across the world. He gives trainings on how to prepare research papers to PhD scholars in various colleges and universities. He has been bestowed accolades for his editorial skill by several entities. He runs a book publication known as Leaf Press and a media publicity website to promote authors and books. He runs a number of journal and publication including Contemporary Literary Review India, Leaf Press and Authors & Books.
For more details about Khurshid Alam, please visit https://khurshidalamsite.wordpress.com/. Contact clrijournal(at)gmail.com
Dr. Subhash Namdeo Nikam (Ph.D.), Principal, Karmveer Bhausaheb Hiray Arts, Science and Commerce College, Nimgaon, Nashik, Maharashtra (Affiliated with Savitribai Phule Pune University).
Dr Subhash has done his PhD from Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar, Marathawada University. His research papers have been published extensively in national and international journals. The books to his credit are Bhartacha Bhugol (Geography of India) in 2005, Applied Geography: Principals & Practice in 2017, and Prakrutik Bhugol in 2019. In 2018, Maharashtra Bhugolshastra Parishad awarded him the prestigious Dr PG Saptarshee Award as Best Teacher. Contact: snnikam(at)gmail.com
Dr Vaibhav Sabnis (M.A. Ph.D. SET), Professor, Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Memorial College of Law, Dhule, Maharashtra. His fields of research include teaching English, Indian English literature, and legal language. He has published in both national and international publications. The books to his credits are Indian Literature in English: Some Reflections, ELT: Innovative Methods & Techniques among others. His published a poetic collection titled O Love! O Life!!
Dr Kalyan Shidram Kokane (MA. NET, Ph.D.), Head, Department of English, Karmveer Bhausaheb Hiray Arts, Science & Commerce College, Nimgaon, Nashik, Maharashtra (Affiliated with Savitribai Phule Pune University). His research interests include Indian English literature and immigration studies. He has published research papers in national and international journals. He authored and edited several books, some of them are Local History: Nature & Scope, Contemporary Issues in Local History, Empowerment of Women for Nation Building, and Role of Women in India. Contact: kalyankokane(at)gmail.com
Shihabudheen Cholasseri, Associate Fellow, HEA, United Kingdom, is an Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature, Amal College of Advanced Studies, Nilambur, Kerala. He completed an internship in teaching and learning with a Flair Scholarship from the Department of Higher Education, Kerala, at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, UK. His research interests are post 9/11 literature, Middle Eastern literature and post-modern literature. He has written for national and international journals.
Criticism and Cultural Studies
Dr Shameema Thottathil, Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature, Amal College of Advanced Studies, Nilambur. Kerala (Affiliated with the University of Calicut). She published articles and book chapters in both national and international journals and books. Her fields of research include cultural studies, gender studies, American literature, Jewish-American studies, minority studies, and Dalit literature.
Indian English Literature, Translation Studies and Postcolonial Literature
Dr Somnath Barure, Assistant Professor of English, Vasantrao Naik Governmental Institute of Arts and Social Sciences, Nagpur. His published books include Re-exploring Indian Drama in English, Reflections on Mahesh Dattani. He translated Mazi Katemondharichi Shala by G N Munghate from Marathi into English. His research interests include literature/s in translation, postcolonial literature, and theory with Marathi/Bhasha Literature.
Dr Anmol (M.Phil, PhD in English) is presently working as a Lecturer in English in the Department of Higher Education, Govt. of Himachal Pradesh. He has worked as Content Developer for Secondary & Senior Secondary, U.G & M.A classes in English Grammar & Literature with many organizations & institutions. His fields of research include German Literature, English Literature, Indian Writing in English, Psychology, Transcendentalism, Oriental Philosophy, Feminism, Vedanta Philosophy and Research & Translation. He has published many research papers with JEL (Journal of English Literature), ISER (Institute for Scientific and Engineering Research), and CLRI (Contemporary Literary Review India). He has reviewed several books of many renowned authors and also attended several workshops on Literature & Languages and presented his research-papers, poems and literary works.
Award Nomination Committee
Mehak Burza is a Doctoral Research Scholar at the Department of English, Jamia Millia Islamia (New Delhi, India). Her thesis title is Literary Representations of The Holocaust; An Assessment. Her primary interests include Holocaust/Genocide Studies, Jewish Studies, Gender, Identity, Trauma Studies and PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). She is currently one of the Board of Directors in the Global Center for Religious Research where she serves as the Head of Global Holocaust and Religious Studies. She has presented papers at national and international conferences. Her research paper and book reviews have been published in Contemporary Literary Review India. Her translations have been published in Purple Ink, the online journal of Brown University, Los Angeles. On the creative front, her short story and several poems have been published in Visual Verse and Trouvaille Review.