Currently, we have the following editors, section editors, special issue editors with us.
Khurshid Alam, MA in English, works as a team lead in technical documentation department with an IT company based in Pune, Maharashtra (India). Besides, he writes poems, stories, flash fiction, screenplays and on literature and culture. More than 100 poems, many stories and critical essays, have been published in various journals and magazines in India and abroad such as The Applicant, Asia Writes, The Blue Fog Journal, The Criterion, Daily Love, DIOGEN, The Feline Muse, Gently Read Literature, Meantime, Mainstream, Miracle eZine, Muse India, and ken* again etc.
Many of his poems and stories have been included in various anthologies including An Anthology of Contemporary Love Poems, The Dance of Peacock, Poets' Paradise, The Feline Muse, The Fancy Realm and The Poetic Bliss among others. He has three books tiled Investigative Poetry & Other Poems (ISBN-13: 978-1499755718), One Night Stand (ASIN: B00KJMUAMC), and Learn Markdown to his credit. See his Google Scholar Profile.
Dr. Sushma Gandhi Devayani, Ph D., is the former Professor-cum-Chairperson & Dean, Media Studies, Departments of Communication Management & Technology (DCMT); Guru Jambheshwar University of Science & Technology, Hisar (Haryana) and Former Senior Fellow, ICSSR, New Delhi.
Dr. Sushma did her doctorate on Doctoral Research on Anti-apartheid struggle in South Africa - Indiaâ€™s contribution. She has taught a wide range of courses on Electronic Media, Advertising, Public Relations, Communication Research, and Print Media etc. to B.J. & M.Sc. (Mass Communication Students). Also, she taught communication skills to science students. Besides, she taught Political Science as an honorary guest faculty to the B.Com. students at Amity University. She has served as a professor of Political Science in the Law faculty at the Amity University.
She has guided more than 40 Dissertations of M.Sc. & M. Phil students and supervised 14 students for Ph.D. She has taught at Mahrishi Dayanand University, Guru Jambheshwar University of Science & Technology, Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR), Amity University, Manesar, Gurgaon. She has widely published research papers in national and international level journals and on book to her credit. She has set paper and evaluate papers of civil service examination for the UPSC.
Dr Dalip Khetarpal (PhD) worked as a Lecturer in English at Manchanda Delhi Public College, Delhi. He worked in various capacities, as Lecturer, Senior Lecturer and H .O. D (English) in various academic institutes in Haryana. He was a Dy. Registrar and Joint Director at the Directorate of Technical Education, Haryana, Chandigarh.
Dr Dalip has also started a new genre in the field of poetry, which he would like to call "psycho-psychic flints".
Arbind Kumar Choudhary (Ass. Prof. of English) with Rangachahi College, Majuli, Assam, India. He is a member of many literary societies and is a widely published writer in India and abroad. He has written (1) A History to English Poetry, 2003, (2) Romantic and Victorian Poetry, 2004, (3)Romantic Poetry to Poetry of the Present, 2005, (4) Twentieth Century Poetry, 2005, (5) Pot-Pourri, 2006 (Bookland,Gauhati) (6) Poetic Perspectives of Biplab Majumdar,2012, (7) War and Peace in the Works of Stephen Gill,2014 (co-authored with Prof. NDR Chandra).
Monisa Qadri: Monisa is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Journalism & Mass Communication, Islamic University of Science & Technology, J & K, India. She teaches courses on Public Relations, Advertising, Creative Writing, Communication Skills at Post Graduate level and has presented many papers in various conferences and forums within and outside India. Her responsibilities with CLRI includes as Section Editor for fiction.
Dr. Arpita Ghosh (Asst. Professor) with Dept. of English, REVA University Bangalore â€“ 560064 Karnataka, India. Many of her research papers have appeared in various journals.
Editor & Book Reviewer
Dr Prof Shiv Sethi (M. Phil & Ph. D.), heads the Postgraduate Department of English Language and Linguistics at Dev Samaj Postgraduate College For Women Ferozepur, Punjab, India. He is an approved question paper setter and evaluator with the Panjab University, Chandigarh. He has delivered several research papers at various National and International Seminars and Conferences.
He frequently contributes his articles and book reviews to various newspapers, magazines and journals including Contemporary Literary Review India, The Tribune, The Hindu, The Hindustan Times, The New Indian Express, The Deccan Herald, The Hitavada, The Free Press Journal, The Daily Post, The Himalayan Times (Nepal).
Criticism Editors (Research Papers)
Dr Mohammad Ameen Parray, Ph. D English (University of Kashmir), is an Assistant Professor with University of Kashmir, India. He has got published several research papers in many journals and anthologies. His area of specialization ranges Postcolonial Literature, Cultural Studies, English Language Teaching, Communicative English, Linguistics, Comparative Literature, Theology and Philosophy and Creative Writing etc.
He has contributed to the Greater Kashmir, the Kashmir Times, the Rising Kashmir , the Kashmir Uzma and the Kashmir Dispatch under the pen name Ameen Fayaz from time to time.
Professor John Thieme is a Senior Fellow at the University of East Anglia, UK. He has held Chairs at the University of Hull and London South Bank University and has also taught at the Universities of Guyana, North London and, as an annual Visiting Professor, the University of Turin. His books include The Web of Tradition: Uses of Allusion in V.S. Naipaul's Fiction (1987), The Arnold Anthology of Post-Colonial Literatures in English (1996), Derek Walcott (1999), Post-Colonial Con-Texts: Writing Back to the Canon (2001), Post-Colonial Studies: The Essential Glossary (2003) and R.K. Narayan (2007). He was Editor of The Journal of Commonwealth Literature from 1992 to 2011 and he is General Editor of the Manchester University Press Contemporary World Writers Series. His creative writing (poems aand short stories) has been published in Argentina, India, Italy, The Netherlands, the UK and the USA. He is currently working on a book entitled Postcolonial Geographies: Out of Place, for publication by Palgrave Macmillan, and he has recently finished a novel, provisionally entitled Cabinets of Curiosities.
Sharaf N. Rehman (Ph D) is a Professor of Communication with the University of Texas at Brownsville, TX, USA. He is widely published author and his research papers and other creative writing have appeared in many journals, anthologies and books.
Arts & Painting Editors
Miss Eleanor Leonne Bennett is an internationally award winning photographer and visual artist with a formidable body of work. She has a plethora of outstanding achievements, such as winning the CIWEM Young Environmental Photographer of the Year award in 2013 and first places with National Geographic and The World Photography Organisation. She boasts of an outstanding publication record with major media outlets, newspapers and peer reviewed medical journals worldwide.