Thursday, December 9, 2021

Interviews

The Grey Shades of Schools: Formation and Reproduction of Social Class Identities -Sharmila Rathee, Delhi University

The contested terrain of school education in India is entering into new levels of contradictions along with the Corona crisis. As the schools are...

Writer’s Dreams, Editor’s Knife and Seller’s Rack : Contemporary Tendencies in Creative Writing -Dr. Christine Williams, Director Sydney School of Arts & Humanities...

Interiview with Dr Christine Williams, Director, Sydney School of Arts & Humanities by Dr. Syam Sudhakar, Kerala Several universities, colleges and their boards of studies...

Shweta Mishra about her book ‘What is a Woman: This is Trash. Leave It ‘

Dr. Shweta Mishra ‘Shawryaa’ works as an Assistant Professor of English at M.B.P. Government Post Graduate College, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh. She has done her...

“Writing Poetry is a slow work; to pen down all your thoughts with deep insights is tedious” Sanjeev Bansal, Poet, Ludhiana

Born in 1989, Sanjeev Bansal is a poet from Ludhiana, Punjab who writes out of his experiences delving deep into his subconscious trying to...

“I was petrified, but then I thought of the Palestinian children suffering and I found the strength.” – Michelle Cohen Corasanti, Novelist

Michelle Cohen Corasanti is the author of the novel, The Almond Tree. Who though being a Jewish, has depicted the sufferings of Palestinians and...

“There is discrimination even before they can dream of being a writer” Shivani Gupta, Founder of AccessAbility

Shivani Gupta, author of No Looking Back, is the founder of AccessAbility, a consultancy for promoting physical accessibility. She became involved after attending a...

” You can it me anything you wish; only I hope it is complimentary! – Elizabeth Kurian, Poet

Elizabeth (Mona) was born and brought up in Hyderabad, India. She had her education in Rosary Convent School and later in Nizam College. She...

“Groaning humanity fires up my poetic imagination.” Arbind Kumar Choudhary, Poet

Dr Arbind Kumar  Choudhary, is an awarded editor and author of nine poetry collections. His  poetic   soulscape   that   has   been   glittering   in  Cambridge     Dictionary  ...

” I’ve always felt that I am controlled by an invisible force when I write” – Aiswarya T. Anish, Poet

Christina: Before I begin let me congratulate you for having published your first poetry collection, “The crescent smile”. How do you feel upon having...

“I believe, Buddha was the greatest poet on this planet earth.” – Nimal Dunuhinga, Poet, Sri Lanka

‘I am not a scholar, just a sailor, but I learned a few things from the Life-school. At last I found, Man does not...

Contribute to Indian Ruminations

Dear Reader,
Indian Ruminations for over a decade has been showcasing new perspectives, ideas, opinions and styles in the domain of English Literature. Since February, this year, Indian Ruminations has been bringing up authentic non–fiction content abiding by the highest standards of journalism. But today all we request you is to help us thrive further and live longer and to keep fresh ideas alive. A small monetary contribution from you helps us to keep serving you with quality content as we have always done.
Here’s to Our Ruminations!

DONATE NOW

spot_img