• DR. SUKHMANI KHORANA: an Interview

    Bionote: Sukhmani Khorana is an Associate Professor in the School of Arts and Media at the University of New South Wales (Australia). Sukhmani has published extensively on media diversity, food in multicultural contexts, and the politics of empathy. She is the author of Mediated Emotions of Migration: Reclaiming Affect for Agency (2023) and The Tastes and Politics of Inter-Cultural Food in Australia (2018). *** This interview by Sourabhi Dutta Roy is featured in the book, “ANONYMOUS WAS A WOMAN”…

  • JO JAMES: an Interview

    Bionote: Jo James has been in the book trade for more than 30 years, firstly as a bookseller and bookshop manager, and then managing events for the bookshop chains, Ottakar’s and Waterstones. Since turning freelance in 2010, Jo has helped to run and programme a number of festivals, including the Times & Sunday Times Cheltenham Literature Festival, The Emirates Airline Festival of Literature, The Stratford Literary Festival, Chiswick Book Festival, the Stanfords Travel Writers Festival, the Chelt…

  • YASSER USMAN: an Interview

    Bionote: Yasser Usman is an award-winning Indian journalist, editor, and author of four bestselling film biographies. His recent book is the critically acclaimed bestseller - Guru Dutt An Unfinished Story. His words have appeared in several Indian and international publications. He is a columnist with Khaleej Times (Dubai) and Head-Digital Video Strategy of a sports portal. He has been a recipient of the prestigious Ramnath Goenka Award for excellence in journalism, Red Ink award, and News Telev…

  • PROF. ROBIN E. FIELD: an Interview

    Bionote: Robin E. Field was raised in Peoria, Illinois and Honolulu, Hawai‘i. She earned a B.A. with honors in English from Cornell University and a Ph.D. in English Language and Literature from the University of Virginia. She has taught at King’s College in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania since 2006 and is the Manus Cooney Distinguished Service Professor and Professor of English. She has one husband, two sons, and three cats. *** This interview is featured in the book, LETTERS FROM SANTA: an antholo…

  • PROF. KATE MCLOUGHLIN: An Interview

    Bionote: Kate McLoughlin was born in Birkenhead on the Wirral peninsula and grew up by the Irish Sea. She spent her childhood reading and is now a Professor of English Literature at the University of Oxford. She likes hiking, learning foreign languages and - still - reading. *** This interview is featured in the book, LETTERS FROM SANTA: an anthology of poems, short stories and interviews available worldwide via Amazon. Here is the India link. *** TMYS 1: Please tell us about the SANTA of your …

  • DR. ALVIN PANG: an Interview

    Bionote: Alvin Pang, PhD, is an internationally active poet and editor from Singapore. His writings have been translated into more than twenty languages worldwide. A 2022 Civitella Ranieri Fellow and 2022 Dublin Literary Award judge, he is Adjunct Professor of RMIT University. Featured in the Oxford Companion to Modern Poetry in English, his recent books include What Happened: Poems 1997–2017 (2017), Uninterrupted time (2019), Det som ger oss våra namn (2022), and Diaphanous, co-written with the…

  • Archive: TRIBAL LITERATURE AND TRIBAL REPRESENTATION IN LITERATURE

    TMYS Facebook LIVE with global thought-leaders under TMYS Review December 2023, in collaboration with CAPI, University of Victoria. The book under the project will be available HERE in December 2023. (I) FICTION, NONFICTION AND POETRY BY TRIBAL WRITERS (Organised by Haimanti Bagchi ) 1. Ecocentricism as a Concurrent Theme: Role of Nature in Tribal Life and Literature Delegate Speakers: Walter Fernandes Aashish Xaxa Bhogtoram Mawroh Date & Time: 31 May 6.30 pm IST. 2. Evidence of Tribal Sp…

  • Archive: Women Without Names

    Story Project 12: MOTHER, SISTER, WIFE, DAUGHTER - WOMEN WITHOUT NAMES. The book will be available via Amazon shortly. The panel discussions conducted under the project are as below: Moderated by Sourabhi Dutta Roy. 1. The House of Harmony: and the Women in the House Mona Verma, Harshali Singh, Ajay Jain 2. Women, Society and Women's Society Chris Mallika Bhadra, Vinati Bhola, Sapna Kedia 3. Spiritual Equality Akhaya Nayak, Rishabh C Kothari, Sai Swaroopa Iyer 4. Anonymous is a Woman Dr. Sourav …

  • Interview with Dr. Veio Pou

    Bio Note: Dr. Veio Pou is Associate Professor in the Department of English, University of Delhi. His debut novel, Waiting for the Dust to Settle (2020) won the Gordon Graham Prize for Naga Literature (Fiction) in 2021. He is the author of Literary Cultures of India’s Northeast: Naga Writings in English (2015) and the edited volume Keeper of Stories: Critical Readings of Easterine Kire’s Novels (2023). His research interests include studies on the Northeast of India, oral/written interface, cultu…

  • Abstract & Excerpt: June 2023

    Amazon India link for TMYS Review June 2023 will be available here. (Available worldwide via Amazon) *** ************** NOTE FROM THE SERIES EDITOR by Dr. Sourav Banerjee ************** TMYS Review, a quarterly imprint of www.tellmeyourstory.biz (TMYS), began in 2020 with the vision of popularising stories from personal experiences and academic research. Diverse themes covered under TMYS Review are conscious about documenting women's history of a generation because for every subject, every top…


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