Biography


Date of Birth: 13 February 1956

Place of Birth: Kalady (Adi Sankara`s Native Place), Kerala, India

Postal Address: Kannappilly, Thodupuzha East P.O., Kerala – 685585, India

Cell Phone: 91+9947949159

Email: prof.kvdominic@gmail.com

Web Site: http://www.profkvdominic.com/

Wikipedia Site: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/K._V._Dominic

Blog: www.profkvdominic.blogspot.in



Educational Qualifications :


B. A. English from Newman College, Thodupuzha (University of Kerala, India) 

M. A. English from St. Thomas College, Pala (University of Kerala, India) 

M. Phil. English from Madurai Kamaraj University, Tamil Nadu, India. (Thesis on the topic “Pathos in the Short Stories of Rabindranath Tagore.”)

Ph. D. English from Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala, India. (Thesis on the topic “East-West Conflicts in the novels of R. K. Narayan with Special Reference to The Vendor of Sweets, Waiting for the Mahatma, The Painter of Signs and The Guide.”)


Government Service Details :

Lower Division Clerk in the Department of Agriculture, Kerala: 3 November 1983 to 23 January 1985
Date of Entry into Collegiate Service: 24 January 1985, as Junior Lecturer in Newman College, Thodupuzha, Kerala, India
Date of Retirement from Collegiate Service: 31 March 2011 as Associate Professor of English from Newman College, Thodupuzha, Kerala, India

Family :

  • Parents: Late K. C. Varghese and Late Rosamma Varghese
  • Anne Dominic (Spouse) – Retired Teacher Educator in St. George`s Teachers Training Institute, Vazhakulam, Muvattupuzha, Kerala, India
  • Rose Ann Dominic (Daughter) – Assistant Professor of Nursing in Caritas College of Nursing, Thellakom, Kottayam, Kerala, India (on leave)
  • Thomas K. Vishesh (Son-in-law) – Assistant Director, Ministry of Micro Small and Medium Enterprise (MSME), Thrissur, Kerala, India
  • Steve Thomas (Grandson)
  • Joe George Dominic (Son) – Bank Employee at SBI, Vazhitala, Thodupuzha, Kerala, India
  • Minnu Joe (Daughter-in-law) — Post Graduate in Hospital Administration (MHA) from Little Flower Institute of Management Studies and Research, Angamaly, Kerala
  • William Joe Dominic (Grandson)

Positions held/holds:

  • Was Associate Professor of English in Newman College, Thodupuzha, Kerala, India

  • Was Member of the PG Board of Studies in English, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala.

  • Currently Member of the Advisory and Editorial Boards of several leading journals in India. 

  • Was the Chief Editor of Indian Journal of Postcolonial Literatures (IJPCL), a reputed international refereed biannual (ISSN 0974 – 7370) published by the Centre for English Studies, Newman College, Thodupuzha, Kerala, from 2003 to 2011.

  • Currently Editor-in-Chief of Writers Editors Critics, (ISSN 2231-198X) an international refereed biannual journal published in March and September from Thodupuzha, Kerala, India. Its issues are abstracted and indexed in Literary Reference Centre Plus, EBSCO HOST, USA.

  • Currently Editor of International Journal on Multicultural Literatures (IJML), (ISSN 2231-6248) an international refereed biannual journal published in January and July from Thodupuzha, Kerala, India. Its issues are abstracted and indexed in Literary Reference Centre Plus, EBSCO HOST, USA.

  • Currently Secretary of Guild of Indian English Writers, Editors and Critics (GIEWEC).

  • Currently Member of ASLE India.


Awards and Honours


    1. International Poets Academy, Chennai conferred on him the LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD “in recognition of his distinguished contribution to World Poetry, and for his pioneering pursuits in influencing mankind towards the path of World Peace, Global Harmony and Cosmic Humanism” on 9th July 2009 at the World Poetry Day Celebration at World Peace Centre, Chemmencherry, Chennai.

    2. India Inter-Continental Cultural Association, Chandigarh conferred on him Kafla Inter-continental Award of Honour SAHITYA SHIROMANI in recognition of his contribution in the field of literature at the 10th International Writers` Festival  at Trivandrum (Kerala) on 28th December 2014.

    3. International Sufi Centre, Bangalore conferred a citation of Brightest Honour in recognition of his distinguished contribution to Indian English Poetry and for his pursuits in influencing mankind towards Communal Harmony and Cosmic Humanism, on 1st September 2020.



Paper Presentations/Poetry Reading in International/National Seminars/conferences/workshops


  1. Presented paper on “Poetic Tools” in the Seminar on English Poetry conducted by the PG Dept. of English Newman College, Thodupuzha, Kerala on 16 January 2009.

  2. Presented paper on “Indian English Literature and Indian English Short Story: Issues and Challenges” in the three day national Seminar on “Genre of Indian English Short Story: Problems, Challenges and Opportunities” conducted by PG Dept of English, Newman College, Thodupuzha, Kerala on 24 September 2010.

  3. Presented paper on “Towering Personalities of Womanhood: A Reading of Tagore`s Heroines in Short Stories” in the three day national Seminar on “Genre of Indian English Short Story: Problems, Challenges and Opportunities” conducted by PG Dept of English, Newman College, Thodupuzha, Kerala on 25 September 2010.

  4. Presented paper on “Poems by English Poets in India Only in All the Text Books from Primary to University Level” in the International Poetry Festival at Bangalore conducted by Poets International on 4 December 2010. Also read the poem “Beauty.”

  5. Presented paper on “Teaching English through Indian English Literature” in the international seminar on “Humanistic Language and Literature Teaching” conducted by the Department of English, Anna University, Chennai on 18 and 19 February 2011.

  6. Presented paper on “Teaching English Language through Indian English Literature” at the UGC sponsored national level workshop on “Globalisation, National Integration and English Language Teaching in India” organized by the Department of English, J. D. Women`s College, Patna in collaboration with GIEWEC on 18th and 19th August 2011.

  7. Read the poems “Multiculturalism” and “Sexism” in the International Poetry Festival at Guntur on 11.11.11

  8. Read the poem “God is Helpless” in the creative writing session of International Conference on Role and Responsibilities of Humanities and Social Sciences in Technical Education held on 16th March 2012 at SRM University, Modinagar, Ghaziabad, UP.

  9. Workshop on Research Methodology and MLA style of documentation on 16th March 2012 at SRM University, Modinagar, Ghaziabad, UP.

  10. Workshop on Research Methodology and MLA style of documentation at CMS College, Kottayam, Kerala, on 21 July 2012.

  11. Workshop on Research Methodology and MLA style of documentation at St. Teresa`s College, Ernakulam, Kerala on 20 October 2012.

  12. Workshop on Research Methodology and MLA style of documentation at K J Somaiya College of Arts and Commerce, Mumbai on 1 December 2012.

  13. Read the poems “Who am I?” and “Musing on My Shoes” at the poetry reading session at K J Somaiya College of Arts and Commerce, Mumbai on 30 November 2012.

  14. Read the poems “Horoscope” and “I Wish I could Fly Back” at International Poetry Festival at Guntur on 12.12.12.

  15. Read the poems “Mullaperiyar Dam” and “God is Helpless” at SAARC Literary festival at Agra on 10 March 2013.

  16. Presented the paper entitled “Kerala: God`s Own Country, Turning to Devil`s Own Hell” at SAARC Literary festival at Agra on 11 March 2013.

  17. Workshop on Research Methodology and MLA style of documentation at Baselius College, Kottayam,  Kerala on 12 November 2013.

  18. Read the poems “An Airport Made of Tears” and “International Women`s Day” at poetry reading sessions of GIEWEC`s collaborative literary festival at Pondicherry University on 20th and 21st March 2014.

  19. Presented the paper “Indian Feminism in Sarojini Sahoo`s Sensible Sensuality” at plenary sessions of GIEWEC`s collaborative literary festival at Pondicherry University on 20th and 21st March 2014.

  20. Read the poems “Why is Fate so Cruel to the Poor” and “Where shall I Flee” at International Poetry Festival at Guntur on 19.09.2014.

  21. Presented the paper "Cognizance of Vasidaiva Kutumbakam and Mahatma Gandhi as a World Citizen" at the 10th International Writers` Festival at Trivandrum (Kerala) on 27th December 2014.

  22. Read the poem "Vasudaiva Kutumbakam" at the 10th International Writers` Festival at Trivandrum (Kerala) on 28th December 2014.

  23. Presented the paper “Mathrubhashayum English Parijnanavum” at Botany Dept. Hall, Kerala University, Kariavattom conducted by Malayalathara on 21 February 2015.

  24. Read the poems “Child Trafficking” and “Mother India I Weep” at International Poetry Festival at Guntur on 21st September 2015.

  25. Read the poems “I can Hear the Groan of the Mother Earth” and “Mother India I Weep…” at CMS College, Kottayam on 5th and 6th December 2015 in connection with the GIEWEC`s Collaborative Literary Festival.

  26. Read the poems “Martyrs at the Borders” “IAF Vayu Shakti 2010” and “Where shall I Flee from This Fretful Land” at Sri Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture, Gold Park, Kolkata on 30th and 31st December 2015 as part of Word Writers` and Thinkers` Peace Meet 2015.

  27. Presented the paper “War and Violence in the Name of God” at Sri Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture, Gold Park, Kolkata on 30th December 2015 as part of Word Writers` and Thinkers` Peace Meet 2015.

  28. Workshop on Research Methodology and MLA style of documentation at T. M. Jacob Memorial Government College, Manimalakunnu, Ernakulam, Kerala  on 2 February 2016.

  29. Read the poems “Tribute to Siachen Martyrs” and “Mother India I Weep” at SAARC Literature festival at New Delhi on 28th February 2016.

  30. Presented the poems "Tribute to Siachen Martyrs," "I am Just a Mango Tree" and "Gayatri`s Solitude" at K. L. University, Vijayawada, A.P., India on 28th March 2016.

  31. Presented the paper "Multiculturalism in India: A Wonder to the World" at K. L. University, Vijayawada, A.P., India on 29th March 2016.

  32. Presented the Poems “Tribute to Siachen Martyrs” and “I can Hear the Groan of Mother Earth” at International Poetry Festival at Guntur on 20th September 2016.

  33. Workshop on Research Methodology and MLA style of documentation as well as Lecture on "Learning English though Literature" in The Madura College, Madurai on 19th October 2016

  34. Workshop on Research Methodology and MLA style of documentation in Madurai Kamaraj University on 20th October 2016

  35. Presented the paper "Multiculturalism in India: A Wonder to the World" at JKC College, Guntur on 11th November 2016 in connection with the GIEWEC`s Collaborative Literary Festival.

  36. Read the poem “Vasudaiva Kutumbakam” at JKC College, Guntur on 11th November 2016 in connection with the GIEWEC`s Collaborative Literary Festival.

  37. Read the poem “Maternal Attachment” at Amaravati Poetic Prism: An International Multilingual Poets Meet at Vijayawada on 13th November 2016. 

  38. Read the poems “Pricking Questions from the Grandson” and “I can Hear the Groan of Mother Earth” at South Asian Literature festival at New Delhi on 25th February 2017.

  39. Read the poem “Angels as Refugees” at 10th International Poetry Festival at Guntur on 21st September 2017.

  40. Read the poems “A Sonnet on Sufism” and “From Lamb to Wolf” at South Asian Sufi Festival at Jaipur on 8th October 2017. 

  41. Read the poem “No Balm Can Cure Nature`s Wounds” in Amaravati Poetic Prism 2017: An International Multilingual Poets Meet at Vijayawada on 11th November 2017. 

  42. Presented the paper “Kalidasa`s Kumarasambhavam and the Significance of Nepal as a Promoter of World Peace” at the 37th Annual International Conference on Mountain Literature held at Lakeside, Pokhara (Nepal) on 1-2 March 2018.

  43. Presented the poem “Smiling Face” at 11th International Poetry Festival at Guntur on 21st September 2018.

  44. Presented the poems “Silence! Silence!! Grave Silence!!!” and “How can We Relish our Dish?” in South Asian Literature Festival at New Delhi on 4-7 October 2018. 

  45. Presented the poems "I Can Hear the Groan of Mother Earth" and “Silence! Silence!! Grave Silence!!!” at GIEWEC`s 7th International Literary Festival at Thiruvalluvar Govt. Arts College, Rasipuram, Tamilnadu, India on 14th December 2018.

  46. Workshop on “Tagore`s Heroines in Short Stories” at Madurai Kamaraj University on 26th March 2019.

  47. Workshop on “The Universal Appeal of R. K. Narayan and his Novels with Special Reference to The Guide” at Madurai Kamaraj University on 15th July 2019.

  48. Presented paper on “Gender Discrimination in India—An Exploration” at Madurai Kamaraj University on 21st August 2019.

  49. Presented the poem “Wails of Mosquitoes and Elephants” at 12th International Guntur Poetry Festival on 19th September 2019.

  50. Presented the poems “I can Hear the Groan of Mother  Earth”, “Pricking Questions from the Grandson” and “Om” at the World Congress of Poets 2019 at Bhubaneswar on 2-6 October 2019.

  51. Presented the poem “I can`t Count my Country Free” at Amaravati Poetic Prism 2019 International Multilingual Poets` Meet on 21st December 2019 at Vijayawada. 

  52. Presented paper on the topic “Panacea for Bleeding Minds—Moral, Social Values through Poetry” at Madurai Kamaraj University on 20th February 2020

  53. Presented poem “Nature is God” at AUTHORSPRESS-GIEWEC Litexperia 2020 at Bhubaneswar on 23rd February 2020. 

  54. Talked on “Roots of Indian English Literature” as part of panel discussion at AUTHORSPRESS-GIEWEC Litexperia 2020 at Bhubaneswar on 23rd February 2020.

  55. Webinar Lecture on the topic “The Emerging Trends of Literature during Covid-19 Pandemic Period: A Global Perspective” at Madurai Kamaraj University, Maduria on 28th August 2020.

  56. Online Refresher Course Lectures for the Department of English, Madurai Kamaraj University, Maduria on 19th September 2020 and 28th September 2020 on the topics “Towering Personalities of Womanhood: A Reading of Tagore`s Heroines in Short
    Stories” and “The Conflict between Tradition and Modernity in R. K. Narayan`s Novels The Guide and The Vendor of Sweets” respectively.

  57. Participated and spoke in the online symposium on “Currents Trends in Indian Poetry” organized by Sahitya Akademi on 23rd October 2020.

  58. Presented my poem “Haiku on Covid-19” at the zoom meet of Amaravati Poetic Prism 2020 on 19th December 2020.

  59. Presented my poem “Jai Javan! Jai Kisan!” in GIEWEC’’s Google meet on 21st February 2021.

  60. 60    Presented my poems “Multicultural Harmony”, “Pleasures and Pains”, “Shadows”, “Bleeding Thodupuzha River” at zoom meet of South Asian Literary Conference (15-18 March 2021) organized by Sahitya Akademi in collaboration with FOSWAL (Foundation of SAARC Writers and Literature) on 16th March 2021. 

  61. Presented my poem "I am a Red Rose Bloomed for All" GIEWEC’s Google meet on 24th April 2021.



K. V. Dominic`s Published Books


  1. Dominic, K. V., ed. Postcolonial Readings in Indo-Anglian Literature. New Delhi: Authorspress, 2009. (Edited Book)

  2. Dominic, K. V., ed. Selected Short Stories in Contemporary Indo-Anglian Literature. New Delhi: Sarup Book Publishers, 2009. (Edited Book)

  3. Dominic, K. V. Pathos in the Short Stories of Rabindranath Tagore. New Delhi: Sarup Book Publishers, 2009. (Research Book)

  4. Dominic, K. V. Winged Reason. New Delhi: Authorspress, 2010. (Poems)

  5. Dominic, K. V., ed. Stephen Gill`s Poetry: Panorama World Peace. New Delhi: Gnosis, 2010. (Edited Book)

  6. Dominic, K. V., ed. Discourses on Contemporary Indian English Poets. New Delhi: Gnosis, 2010. (Edited Book)

  7. Dominic, K. V., ed. Studies in Contemporary Canadian Literature. New Delhi: Sarup Book Publishers, 2010. (Edited Book)

  8. Dominic, K. V., ed. Critical Studies on Contemporary Indian English Women Writers. Sarup Book Publishers, 2010. (Edited Book)

  9. Dominic, K. V. Write Son, Write. New Delhi: Gnosis, 2011. (Poems)

  10. Dominic, K. V., ed. Critical Perspectives on the Poetry of R. K. Singh, D. C. Chambial and I. K. Sharma. New Delhi: Access, 2011. (Edited Book)

  11. Dominic, K. V., ed. Disccourses on Five Indian Poets in English: Keki N. Daruwalla, Shiv. K. Kumar, Pronab Kumar Majumder, Syed Ameeruddin and Aju Mukhopadhyay. New Delhi: Authorspress, 2011. (Edited Book)

  12. Dominic, K. V., ed. Concepts and Contexts of Diasporic Literature of India. New Delhi: Gnosis, 2011. (Edited Book)

  13. Dominic, K. V., ed. Changing Face of Women in Literature: The Flaming Spirit. New Delhi: Gnosis, 2012. (Edited Book)

  14. Dominic, K. V., ed. Studies on Six Indian Poets in English: Jayanta Mahapatra, Hazara Singh, P C K Prem, Gopikrishnan Kottoor, Manas Bakshi, Chandramoni Narayanaswamy. New Delhi: Gnosis, 2012. (Edited Book)

  15. Dominic, K. V. Multicultural Consciousness in the Novels of R. K. Narayan. New Delhi. Authorspress, 2012. (Research Book)

  16. Dominic, K. V., ed. African and Afro-American Literature: Insights and Interpretations. New Delhi. Authorspress, 2012. (Edited Book)

  17. Dominic, K. V., ed. Critical Evaluation of Contemporary Indian Poetry in English.  New Delhi. Access, 2012. (Edited Book)

  18. Dominic K. V. Multicultural Symphony (A Collection of Poems). New Delhi: Gnosis, 2014. (Poems)

  19. Dominic, K. V., ed. Jayanti M. Dalal: Select Stories. New Delhi: Authorspress, 2013. (Edited Stories)

  20. Dominic K. V., ed. Sarojini Sahoo`s Feminine Reflections. New Delhi: Authorspress, 2014. (Edited Book)

  21. Dominic K. V., ed. Indian Literatures in English: New Directions, Newer Possibilities. New Delhi: Authorspress, 2014. (Edited Book)

  22. Dominic K. V., ed. Multicultural Literature of India: A Critical Evaluation of Contemporary Regional Literatures. Jaipur: Vking Publishers, 2015. (Edited Book)

  23. Dominic K. V., ed. World English Fiction: Bridging Oneness. Jaipur: Vking Publishers, 2015. (Edited Book)

  24. Dominic K. V., ed. Multicultural Studies on Three Nobel Laureates—Rabindranath Tagore, Toni Morrison and Alice Munro. New Delhi: Authorspress, 2016. (Edited Book)

  25. Dominic K. V. Who is Responsible? (Collection of Short Stories). New Delhi: Authorspress,    2016. (Short Stories)

  26. Dominic K. V. Abheepsa (Hindi translated poems) Trans. Dr. Santosh Alex. New Delhi: Authorspress, 2016. (Hindi Poems)

  27. Dominic, K. V. Contemporary Concerns and Beyond (Collection of Poems). New Delhi: Authorspress, 2016. (Poems)

  28. Dominic, K. V. and Pamela J., eds. Environmental Literature: Research Papers and Poems. New Delhi: Authorspress, 2016. (Edited Book)

  29. Dominic K. V. Aapni Abhipsa. (Gujarati Translated Poems). Trans.  Fr. Varghese Paul, SJ and Yoseph Macwan. Ahmedabad: Rennade Prakashan, 2016. (Gujarati Poems)

  30. Dominic K. V. K. V. Dominic Essential Readings and Study Guide. Ed. Victor R. Volkman. Ann Arbor, USA, 2016. (Poems and criticism)

  31. Dominic K. V. The Poetic Art of T. V. Reddy. New Delhi: Authorspress, 2017 (Edited Book)

  32. Dominic K. V. Cataracts of Compassion (Collection of Poems). New Delhi: Authorspress, 2017 (Poems)

  33. Dominic K. V. and Rachel M Sylus. Multicultural Matrix: Shifting Paradigms. New Delhi: Authorspress, 2017 (Edited Book)

  34. Dominic K. V. and S. Barathi. Diasporas and Dilemmas--The Voice of an Exile. New Delhi: Authorspress, 2017 (Edited Book)

  35. Dominic K. V. Sanchita Karma and Other Tales of Ethics and Choice from India. Ann Arbor, MI, USA: Modern History Press, 2018. (Short Stories)

  36. Dominic, K. V., ed. A Journey from Within to Beyond: A Bunch of Short Stories Culled from Different Cultures. New Delhi: Authorspress, 2018 (Edited Short Stories)

  37. Dominic, K. V. Poèmes Philosophiques de K V Dominic: Poèmes sur la justice sociale, les droits des femmes et de l`environnement (French Edition) (2019) Trans. Dominique Demiscault. Kindle Edition

  38. Dominic, K. V. Winged Reason (ஞானச் சிறகுகள்)—A Bilingual Translated Anthology of Poems. Trans. Barathi Srinivasan. Authorspress, 2019

  39. Dominic, K. V. Write My Son, Write. Bengali Translation by Dr. Sabita Chakraborty. Underground Literature, Kolkata, 2019

  40. Dominic, K. V., ed. Muse of Now Paradigm: An Entry into Poepro. New Delhi: Authorspress, 2020. (Edited poetry anthology)

  41. Dominic, K. V. Musings on Covid Pandemic and Beyond (Collection of Poems). New Delhi: Authorspress, 2021. (Poems)


Critical Books on K. V. Dominic`s Poetry

1.    Philosophical Musings for a Meaningful Life: An Analysis of K. V. Dominic`s Poems. Ed. S. Kumaran. Ann Arbor, USA: Modern History Press, 2016.

2.     K. V. Dominic: Essential Readings and Study Guide. Ed. Victor R. Volkman. Ann Arbor, USA: Modern History Press, 2016.

3.     Write My Son, Write—Text and Interpretation: An Exercise in Reading. By Ramesh Chandra Mukhopadhyaya. Ann Arbor, USA: Modern History Press, 2016.

4.     K. V. Dominic Criticism and Commentary: An Essential Readings Companion. By Ramesh Chandra Mukhopadhyaya. Ann Arbor, USA: Modern History Press, 2017.

5.   Poetical Sensibility of K V Dominic`s Creative Muse. By Dr. Ramesh Chandra  Mukhopadhyaya. New Delhi: Authorspress, 2019.


    K. V. Dominic`s Papers/Poems/Short Stories/One Act Play Published


1. Review of Rajender Krishan’s Amma’s Gospel in Writers Editors Critics Volume 11.1 (March) 2021 (Review)

2. “Clement’s Return from UAE” in Writers Editors Critics Volume 11.1 (March) 2021 (Short Story)

3. “Tribute to Prof. T. V. Reddy” in Poetcrit 34.1 (January-June) 2021. (Tribute)

4. “Nature Teaches” in Contemporary Vibes Vol. 16, Jan-March 2021 (Short Story)

5. “Elegy on Prof. T. V. Reddy” in International Journal on Multicultural Literature (IJML) Volume 11, No. 1 (Jan) 2021. (Poem)

6. “Seetha’s Resolve” in International Journal on Multicultural Literature (IJML) Volume 11, No. 1 (Jan) 2021. (Short Story)

7. “Haiku on Covid-19” in Amaravati Poetic Prism International Multilingual Poetry Anthology 2020 (Poem)

8. K. V. Dominic’s 25 poems in Anthology of Poetry 2020: Poems by 23 Eminent Indian English Poets, edited by S. L. Peeran, published by International Sufi Centre, Banglaore  in collaboration with Authorspress, New Delhi, 2020, pp. 214-241. (Poems)

9.  “Covid-19” in Musing during a Time of Pandemic: A World Anthology of Poems on Covid-19, compiled and edited by Christopher Okemwa, published by Kistrech Theatre International, Kenya, 2020. (Poem)

10. “The Emerging Trends of literature during Covid-19 Pandemic Period: A Global Perspective” in Creation and Criticism, Vol. 5 Joint Issue 18 & 19: July-October 2020 (Research Article)

11. How can We Relish our Dish?” and “Triplets of Wisdom” in GEMS-II (A Coffee Table Anthology) by Golden Book of World Records, Asia Book of Records & India Book of Records Holders. Published by The Poetry Society of India, 2020 (Poems)

12. I am an Indian Young Widow” in Essence of Women (A Pictorial Poetry/Prose Anthology) published by The Poetry Society of India, 2020 (Poem)

13. Man and Dog” in Writers Editors Critics Volume 10 (Mar & Sep) 2020 (Poem)

14. Murder of Nature”, “Had I been Born ad a Dove” and “Wastage for the Dead” in Poetcrit 33.2 July-December 2020 (Poems)

15. Coronavirus—Mightiest Wizard of all Times” in International Journal on Multicultural Literature (IJML) Volume 10 (Jan & Jul) 2020 (Poem)

16. Nature is God” in Muse of Now Paradigm—An Entry into Poepro. Edited by Prof. Dr. K. V. Dominic. New Delhi: Authorspress, 2020

17. Panacea for Bleeding Minds: Moral, Social Values through Poetry” in the Proceedings book of Two day International Conference on HUMAN PRAXIS AND MORAL CONFRIGURATION THROUGH LITERATURE by the Department of English & Comparative Literature on 19th and 20th February 2020.

18. Silence! Silence!! Grave Silence!” and “I can Hear the Groan of Mother Earth” in The Lies of the Land” An Anthology of Indian Poetry in English. Edited by Goutam Karmakar, Published by Sahitya Akademi, 2019 (Poems)

19. I can`t Count my Country Free” at Amaravati Poetic Prism International Multilingual Poetry Anthology 2019, Vijayawada. Also the poem`s translation in the same book in French, Hindi, Bengali, Gujarati, Tamil and Malayalam by reputed translator-poets. (Poem)

20. Pricking Questions from the Grandson” and “Pleasures and Pains” in the World Congress of Poets 2019 Anthology.

21. Wails of Mosquitoes and Elephants” in The Vase, edited by P. Gopichand and P. Nagasuseela. Authorspress, 2019.

22. Tribute to Toni Morrison” in Writers Editors Critics 9.2 September 2019. (Poem) Review of PCK Prems`s History of Contemporary Indian English Poetry: An Appraisal, Vol. I & II in Writers Editors Critics 9.2 September 2019. (Review)

23. World Environment Day” in International Journal on Multicultural Literature (IJML) 9.2 July 2019 (Short Story)

24. God`s Tribunal” in Writers Editors Critics 9.1 March 2019. (One Act Play)

25. Mother Tongue Impact” in International Journal on Multicultural Literature (IJML) 9.1 January 2019 (Short Story)

26. Bleeding Thodupuzha River" and "Enlighten them Lord Buddha" in the Proceedings of the 7th International Seminar on South Asian Literature in English, published by Thiruvalluvar Govt. Arts College, Rasipuram, T.N. and Sri Krishna Publications, Chennai, in 2018.

27. Smiling Face" in Tranquil Muse: Anthology of Poems. Edited by Profs. P. Gopichand and P. Nagasuseela. New Delhi, Authorspress, 2018 (Poem)

28. Flood Victims" in Contemporary Vibes Vol. 14, Issue 53, Oct-Dec 2018 (Poem)

29. Function of Religion" in Writers Editors Critics 8.2 Sept. 2018. (Poem)

30. Sublime Nature Love" in Poetcrit Vol. XXXI, No. 2 Jul-Dec 2018. (Poem)

31. I am Unwanted" in International Journal on Multicultural Literature (IJML) 8.2 July 2018 (Short Story)

32. Wails of Mosquitoes and Elephants” in Writers Editors Critics 8.1 March 2018. (Poem)

33. A Critical and Comparative Analysis of Laxmi Prasad Devkota`s “The Beggar” and William Wordsworth`s “The Old Cumberland Beggar” in Literary Studies, vol. 31, March 2018, published by Literary Association of Nepal (Critical Article)

34. Nostalgia for Childhood" in Poetcrit Vol. XXXI, No. 1 Jan-June 2018. (Poem)

35. No Balm Can Cure Nature`s Wounds” and “Nidraaheen Rath” (Sleepless Night) (By Fr. Varghese Paul) in Amaravati Poetic Prism 2017—International Multilingual Poetry Anthology. Ed. Padmaja Iyengar-Paddy. Vijayawadda: The Cultural Centre of Vijaywada and Amaravati (CCVA), 2017. (English and Gujarati Poems)

36. What`s Wrong With Me” in Platform June 2017 (Poem)

37. When Religion Plays Upper Hand" in Symphony of Peace. Ed. P. Gopichand and P. Nagasuseela. New Delhi: Authorspress, 2017 (poem)

38. Dogs Curse on Human Beings” in Poetcrit 30.2 July-Dec. 2017. (Poem)

39. Honest to the Core with Humanistic Touch.” A Review of T. V. Reddy`s A Critical Survey of Indo-English Poetry in in Poetcrit 30.2 July-Dec. 2017. (Book Review)

40. A Hartal Safari in God`s Own Country” in Writers Editors Critics 7.2 September 2017. (Short Story)

41. Enlighten Us Lord Buddha” in International Journal on Multicultural Literature (IJML) 7.2 July 2017 (Poem)

42. Is Human Life Precious than Animal`s?” in Writers Editors Critics 7.1 March 2017. (Short Story)

43. What is Spirituality” in Contemporary Vibes 12.46 (Jan-March 2017) (Poem)

44. Pricking Questions from the Grandson” in International Journal on Multicultural Literature (IJML) 7.1 January 2017 (Poem)

45. Lessons from Fruit Plants,” “What is Spirituality” in Gnosis 2.4 (July 2016) (Poems)

46. A Good Samaritan” in Interdisciplinary Journal of Literature and Language (IJLL) Vol. 1. No. 4 January-June 2016. (Short Story)

47. Rosy Dog is Waiting” in MIT International Journal of English Language & Literature 3.2 August 2016. (Poem)

48. Ek Aanandmay Yaatra” and “Maternal Attachment” in Amaravati Poetic Prism 2016—International Multilingual Poetry Anthology. Ed. Padmaja Iyengar-Paddy. Vijayawadda: The Cultural Centre of Vijaywada and Amaravati (CCVA), 2016. (Hindi and English Poems)

49. I can Hear the Groan of Mother Earth,” “Cuckoo Singing,” “I am Just a Mango Tree,” “Sleepless Nights,” “God is Helpless,” “Nature Weeps,” “Water, Water Everywhere . . .,” and “Wolfgang, the Messiah of Nature” in Environmental Literature: Research Papers and Poems. Eds. K V Dominic and Pamela Jeyaraju. New Delhi: Authorspress, 2016. (Poems) A Poetic Tribute to Mahasweta Devi" and "Book Review of T. V. Reddy`s A Critical Survey of Indo-English Poetry" in Writers Editors Critics 6.2 September 2016 (Poem and book review)

50. World Environment Day” in The Elusive Genre: A Collection of English Short Stories Series – Ed. Saikat Banerjee. Jaipur: Vking Books, 2016. (Short Story)

51. World Environment Day" in Beyond the Rainbow: Literary Magazine No. 87 September/ October 2016 -- Nimbin Writes with Australia and the World! (Short Story

52. Groan of Mother Earth" in Chants of Peace. Ed. P. Gopichand and P. Nagasuseela. New Delhi: Authorspress, 2016 (poem)

53. Multiculturalism in India: A Wonder to the World” in International Journal on Multicultural Literature 6.2 (July 2016). (Research Paper)

54. A Cremator`s Struggle for Existence" in Poetcrit 29.2 July 2016. (Poem)

55. Nature Weeps” and “Nature`s Bounties” in Platform June 2016 (Poems)

56. Tribute to Siachen Martyrs” Writers Editors Critics 6.1 (March 2016). (Poem)

57. Mother India I Weep” in MIT International Journal of English Language & Literature 3.1 January 2016. (Poem)

58. Karma is Akarma” and “Parental Duty” in International Journal on Multicultural Literature (IJML) 6.1 January 2016. (Poems)

59. Classic Representatives of Womanhood: A Critical Examination of Tagore`s Heroines in Short Stories” in Multicultural Studies on Three Nobel Laureates—Rabindranath Tagore, Toni Morrison & Alice Munro.” Ed. K. V. Dominic. New Delhi: Authorspress, 2016. (Research Paper)

60. Murugan, God of Beggars” in MIT International Journal of English Language & Literature 2.2 August 2015. (Poem)

61. Nature Weeps” (Haiku) in Writers Editors Critics 5.2 (September 2015). (Poems)

62. A Good Samaritan” in 1.11 (August 2015) issue of Dentcare. (Short Story)

63. Flower Vendor” in Bridge-in-Making 69th number July 2015. (Poem)

64. Syed Ameeruddin`s Rainbow Rhapsodies: a String of Love Poems” in International Journal on Multicultural Literature (IJML) 5.2 July 2015. (Review Article)

65. An Airport Made of Tears” and “What is Karma?” in Bizz Buzz Volume 18, 2015. (Poems)

66. Selvan`s House” in International Journal on Multicultural Literature (IJML) 5.2 July 2015. (short story)

67. What is Karma?” in 6.3 July 2015 issue of Labyrinth (Poem)

68. World Environment Day” in Episteme: An online interdisciplinary, multidisciplinary & multi-cultural journal of Bharat College of Commerce, Badlapur, June 2015. (Short Story)

69. Our Dear Bhai” in Writers Editors Critics 5.1 (March 2015). (Short Story)

70. Flower Vendor” and “Parents Deserted” in MIT International Journal of English Language & Literature 2.1 January 2015. (Poems)

71. Vasudaiva Kutumbakam: Cognizance and Significance in the Present World” in International Journal on Multicultural Literature (IJML) 5.1 January 2015. (Essay)

72. Child Trafficking” in Writers Editors Critics 4.2 (September 2014). (Poem)

73. International Women`s Day” in Indian Women`s Writing: From Shadow to Revolt. Ed. Sonia Soni. New Delhi: Omega Publications, 2014. (Poem)

74. Sanchita Karma” in Bridge-in-Making 67th number July 2014. (Short Story)

75. School Entrance Festival” in International Journal on Multicultural Literature (IJML) 4.2 July 2014. (Short Story)

76. International Women`s Day,” “Crow, the Black Beauty,” “Martyrs at the Borders” and” Child Trafficking” in Beyond the Rainbow (from Australia) Number 74 (July/August 2014). (Poems).

77. I Wish I could Fly Back” in The Challenge 23.1 (Jan-June 2014). Poem

78. Homage to Swami Vevekananda” in Writers Editors Critics 4.1 (March 2014). (Poem)

79. Nature Weeps” and “Siachen Tragedy” in MIT International Journal of English Language & Literature 1.1 January 2014. (Poems)

80. What I Search for?” in International Journal on Multicultural Literature (IJML) 4.1 January 2014. (Poem)

81. Saviour of Stray Dogs,” “Mother`s Love” and “Mukesh`s Destiny” in Bridge-in-Making 66th number January 2014. (Poems)

82. Chandora and Shashikala: Daring Heroines of Tagore`s Short Fictions “Punishment” and “Elder Sister” in SAARC CULTURE Volume 4 (2013). Published by SAARC Cultural Centre, Colombo. (Research Article)

83. Martyrs at the Borders” and “Siachen Tragedy” in The Enchanted World: An Anthology of Poems. Ed. P. Gopichand and P. Nagasuseela. Guntur: P. Gopichand and P. Nagasuseela, 2013. (Poems)

84. What I Search for?” in Episteme: An online interdisciplinary, multidisciplinary & multi-cultural journal of Bharat College of Commerce, Badlapur, December 2013. (Poem)

85. A Tribute to Sankuntala Devi,” “Celebration of Girl-Child`s Birth,” “Religious Fanaticism,” “Who am I?” and “Where shall I Flee from This Fretful Land?” in Building Bridges: Poems From Australia and India. Ed. Robe Harle. Allahabad: Cuberwit.net, 2013. (Poems)

86. Hungry Mouths” in The Literati 3.1 (Summer 2013). (Poem)

87. Beauty,” “Crow, the Black Beauty” and “Musings on My Shoes” in The Dance of the Peacock: An Anthology of English Poetry from India. Ed. Dr. Vivekanand Jha. Ontario, Canada: Hidden Brook Press, 2013. (Poems)

88. Thodupuzha Municipal Park” in Writers Editors Critics 3.2 (September 2013). (Poem)

89. India, Number One” in Contemporary Vibes 8.32 (July-September 2013). (Poem)

90. Ammu`s Birthday” in Voyage: A Collection of Short Stories. Eds. P. Gopichand & P. Nagasuseela. Guntur: P. Gopichand & P. Nagasuseela, 2013. (Short Story)

91. Women`s Crickets World Cup 2013,” “Why is Fate So Cruel to the Poor?,” “Tears of a World Champion” and

92. Thodupuzha Municipal Park” in Bridge-in-Making 65th Number Poetry Special (July 2013) (Poems)

93. Fire Your Horoscope” in International Journal on Multicultural Literature (IJML) 3.2 (July 2013). (Short Story)

94. Adam and Eve, Our First Parents” in Katha Kshetre 14.3 (Jul-Aug-Sep 2013). (Poem)

95. Martyrs at the Borders” in Writers Editors Critics 3.1 (March 2013). (Poem)

96. Charles Darwin, Patron Saint of Animals” and “Elephant Mania” in Bridge-in-Making 64th Number January 2013. (Poems)

97. Fruit of Labour” in International Journal on Multicultural Literature (IJML) 3.1 (January 2013). (Poem)

98. Horoscope,” “I Wish I could Fly Back” in The Poetic Bliss. Ed. P. Gopichand and P. Nagasuseela. Guntur: P. Gopichand and P. Nagasuseela, 2012. (Poems)

99. Multicultural Kerala” in Writers Editors Critics 2.2 (September 2012). (Poem)

100. Musings on My Shoes” and “Siachen Tragedy” in Syndic 7 (August 2012) – Ejournal from USA. (Poems – audio and print)

101. Beena`s Shattered Dreams” and “Child Labour” in Poetcrit XXV.2 (July 2012). (Poems)

102. Hungry Mouths” and “Beena`s Shattered Dreams” in Bridge-in-Making 63rd Number July 2012. (Poems)

103. Multiculturalism” and “India, Number One” in International Journal on Multicultural Literature (IJML) 2.2 (July 2012). (Poems)

104. Crow the Black Beauty” and “God is Helpless” in Syndic Literary Journal (E-journal from USA) Number 6 (April 2012) (Poems – audio and print)

105. Horoscope” in Contemporary Vibes 7.27 (April-June 2012). (Poem)

106. The Beauty of Rabindranath Tagore`s Short Stories” in India Forward 4.39 (Jan 2012). (Critical Article)

107. God is Helpless” and “Crow, the Black Beauty” in The Melodies of Immortality. Ed. Vijay Kumar Roy. New Delhi: Alfa Publications, 2012. (Poems)

108. Daisy--A Fighter against Patriarchy: A Study of R. K. Narayan`s The Painter of Signs” in Writers Editors Critics 2.1 (March 2012) (Research Article)

109. Joseph`s Maiden Vote to the Parliament” in Bridge-in-Making 61st and 62nd number January 2012. (Short Story)

110. Pearl`s Harbour” in Bridge-in-Making 61st and 62nd number January 2012. (Poem)

111. Multiculturalism” and “Sexism” in The Fancy Realm. Ed. P. Gopichand and P. Nagasuseela. Guntur: P. Gopichand and P. Nagasuseela, 2011. (Poems)

112. Joseph`s Maiden Vote to the Parliament” in New Fiction Journal (NFJ) Vol. 2 (August 2011) (Short Story)

113. Conflict between Innocence and Evil: Child Protagonists in Tagore`s Short Stories” in New Fiction Journal (NFJ) Vol. 2 (August 2011) (Research Article)

114. Crow the Black Beauty” and “Bulbul`s Nest” in GIEWEC`s English Poetry Festival 2011 Souvenir (Poems)

115. Sail of Life,” “Child Labour” and “Bulbul`s Nest” in The Literary Musing, 2.3 (July 2011) (Poems)

116. God is Helpless” in Bridge-in-Making, Diamond Jubilee Edition, 60th Number July 2011. (Poem)

117. Victory to thee, Mother India” in Contemporary Vibes 6.24 July-September 2011. (Poem)

118. Haiku and R. K. Singh: A Critical Analysis of Peddling Dream.” R. K. Singh`s Mind and Art: A Symphony of Expressions. Ed. Rajni Singh. New Delhi: Adhyayan Publishers &Distributors, 2011. (Critical Article)

119. The Poetry of D. C. Chambial: A Brook from the Himalayas.” Critical Perspectives in the Poetry of R. K. Singh, D. C. Chambial and I. K. Sharma. Ed. K. V. Dominic. New Delhi: Access, 2011. (Critical Article)

120. A Feminist Reading of Kamala Das` Poetry” in Contemporary Indian Writing in English: A Critical Survey. Ed. Satendra Kumar. Jaipur: Yking Books, 2011. (Critical Article)

121. Beauty” in Poets International 28.3 (March 2011). Poem

122. Wagamon,” “Crow, the Black Beauty” and “Lines Composed from Thodupuzha River`s Bridge” in Writers Editors Critics 1.1 (March 2011). Poems

123. A Cow on the Lane,” “Musings from an Infant`s Face,” “Wagamon,” “Flowers` Greetings” and “God is Helpless” in Poetry Contemporary: An Anthology of Twenty Contemporary Indian English Poets. Ed. Pronab Kumar Majumuder. Kolkata: Bridge-in Making Publication, 2011. (Poems)

124. Nature Weeps,” “To My Deceased Cats” and “Flowers` Greetings” in Muse India (E-journal) Issue 36 (Mar - Apr 2011). Poems

125. A Cow on the Lane” in Poets International 28.2 (February 2011). (Poem)

126. IAF Vayu Shakti 2010” and “Aung San Suu Kyi-Asia`s Lady Mandela”in Poets for World Peace Vol. 2. . Eds. Ram Sharma & Mosan Sinha. Ontario: Vesta Publications, 2011. (Poems)

127. Train Blast” and “For the Prophet” in Poetcrit 24.1 (January 2011). Poems

128. An Elegy on My Ma” in Labyrinth: The Biannual Literary Journal of Postmodernism 2.1 (January 2011). (Poem)

129. Resolution” in Bridge-in-Making Number 58 & 59 (January 2011). (Poem)

130. Crow, the Black Beauty” in Poets International 28.1 (January 2011). (Poem)

131. An Elegy on my Ma” and “Victory to thee, Mother India” in IJPCL 10.2 (December 2010). (Poems)

132. The Conflict between Spirituality and Materialism in The Guide” in IJPCL 10.2 (December 2010). (Research Article)

133. The Magic Charm of Rabindranath Tagore`s Short Stories: An Evaluation” in Glorious Trends: Indian Writings, Films and Translation. Ed. Jaydeep Sarangi. Jaipur: Book Enclave, 2010. (Research Article)

134. Interview with Stephen Gill,” in Studies in Contemporary Canadian Literature. Ed. K. V. Dominic. New Delhi: Sarup Book Publishers, 2010. (Interview)

135. Stephen Gill—the Bard of World Peace: A New Historicist Analysis of his Poetic Musings,” in Stephen Gill`s Poetry: A Panorama of World Peace. Ed. K. V. Dominic. New Delhi: Gnosis, 2010. (Critical Article)

136. Poems by Indian English Poets Only in All the Text Books from Primary to University Level” in Poets International 27.12 (December 2010). (Article)

137. Beauty” in Poets International 27.12 (December 2010). (Poem)

138. Mathews, the Real Christian” in The Editors` Choice: Contemporary Short Stories in Indian English. Eds. Sunil Sharma and Jaydeep Sarangi. New Delhi: GNOSIS, 2010. (Short Story)

139. Train Blast” in Poets for World Peace Vol. I. Ed. Eftichia Kapardeli. Ontario: Vesta Publications, 2010. (Poem)

140. Aung San Suu Kyi—Asia`s Lady Mandela” and “Sister Mercy” in The Literary Musings 1.1 (July 2010). (Poems)

141. Who is Responsible?” in New Fiction Journal 1 (August 2010). (Short Story)

142. Musings from an Infant`s Face” in Labyrinth: The Biannual Literary Journal of Postmodernism 1.2 (September 2010). (Poem)

143. The Magical Charm of Rabindranath Tagore`s Short Stories: An Evaluation.” In Muse India (E-journal) Issue 33, September-October 2010. (Research Article)

144. A Feminist Reading of Kamala Das`s Poetry” in Karisma of Kamala Das. Ed. Chandra Mouli. New Delhi: GNOSIS, 2010. (Critical Article)

145. Nissim Ezekiel: The Father of Modernity in Indian English Poetry” in Discourses in Contemporary Indian English Poets. Ed. K. V. Dominic. New Delhi: GNOSIS, 2010. (Critical Article)

146. The Conflict between Spirituality and Materialism in R. K. Narayan`s The Vendor of Sweets” in Poetcrit Vol. XXIII July 2010 No. 2. (Research Article)

147. Who is Responsible?” in IJPCL 10.1 (June 2010). (Short Story)

148. Acceptance, Rejection, Compromise: Three One Act Play (A Trilogy by Pronab Kumar Majumder” in Labyrinth: The Biannual Literary Journal of Postmodernism 1.1 (March 2010). (Review)

149. Who is Responsible?” in Muse India (E-journal) Issue 30 (March-April 2010). (Short Story)

150. Stephen Gill`s The Flame: An Epic on Anti-terrorism” in The Flame Unmasked: Stephen Gill`s Epic Critically Examined. Ed. Sudhir K. Arora. Bareilly: Prakash Book Depot, 2010. (Critical Article)

151. A Cow on the Lane” in Kerala Private College Teacher. Jan. 2010. (Poem)

152. Magic Realism and New Historicism in Salman Rushdie`s Midnight`s Children” in Seva Bharati Journal of English Studies 6 (January 2010). (Critical Article)

153. Teresa`s Tears” in Seva Bharati Journal of English Studies 6 (January 2010). (Poem)

154. Wolfgang, the Messiah of Nature” in Bridge-in-Making Number 55 & 56 (January 2010). (Poem)

155. A Good Samaritan” in the IJPCL Vol. 9 No. 2 (December 2009). (Short Story)

156. Celibacy,” “Beauty,” “Gayatri`s Solitude,” “A Nightmare” and A Blissful Voyage” in Kohinoor Vol. 6 No. 2 (2009). (Poems)

157. A Blissful Voyage,” “A Nightmare,” “I am Just a Mango Tree,” and “Work is Worship” in MuseIndia (E-journal) Issue 28 (November-December 2009). (Poems)

158. Nature`s Bounties” in Kerala Private College Teacher. Nov. 2009. (Poem)

159. The Conflict between Tradition and Modernity in R. K. Narayan`s The Guide” in Parnassus: An Innovative Journal of Literary Criticism. Jun 2009. (Critical Study)

160. A Nightmare” in Kerala Private College Teacher. Jul. 2009. (Poem)

161. Blissful Voyage” and “Gods will be Pleased” in Posy of Poesy, edited by P. Gopichand and Nagasuseela. Guntur: P. Gopichand and Nagasuseela, 2009. (Poems)

162. An Email from Senthilkumar” in Bridge-in-Making Number 53&54 (July 2009). (Short Story)

163. A Nightmare,” “Laxmi`s Plea” and “Nature`s Bounties” in the IJPCL Vol. 9 No. 1 (June 2009). (Poems)

164. R. K. Narayan`s The Guide: A Postcolonial Reading” in Postcolonial Readings in Indo-Anglian Literature. Ed. K. V. Dominic. New Delhi: Authors Press, 2009. (Research Study)

165. The Twins” (Short Story) in Selected Short Stories in Contemporary Indo-Anglian Literature, Edited by K. V. Dominic, published by Sarup Book Publishers, New Delhi, 2009.

166. The Conflict between Tradition and Modernity in R. K. Narayan`s The Vendor of Sweets” in The Journal of Contemporary Literature, Vol. 1 No. 1 Jan. 2009 (Research Article)

167. A Blissful Voyage” in Kerala Private College Teacher. Feb. 2009. (Poem)

168. I am Just a Mango Tree” Kerala Private College Teacher. Jan. 2009. (Poem)

169. Sleepless Nights,” “Harvest Feast,” and “Lal Salaam to Labourers” in the IJPCL Jan-Jun 2008. (Poems)

170. Work is Worship” in Poetcrit Vol. XXI July 2008 No. 2.

171. I am Just a Mango Tree” in the IJPCL Jul-Dec 2008. (Poem)

172. Doris Lessing and The Golden Note Book” in the IJPCL Jul-Dec 2007 (Critical Study)

173. Celibacy” in Kerala Private College Teacher. Sept. 2007. (Poem)

174. Beauty” in the IJPCL Jan-Jun 2007. (Poem)

175. Gods will be Pleased” in Kerala Private College Teacher. Feb. 2007. (Poem)

176. Haves and Have-nots” in Kerala Private College Teacher. Nov. 2006. (Poem)

177. Towering Personalities of Womanhood: A Reading of Tagore`s Heroines in Short Stories” in the IJPCL Jan-Dec 2006. (Research Article)

178. What shall I Pray?” and “Tsunami Camps” in the IJPCL Jan-Dec 2004. (Poems)

179. Long Live E. K. Nayanar” in Kerala Private College Teacher. Jul. 2004. (Poem)

180. In Memoriam George Joson” in Kerala Private College Teacher. Jun. 2004. (Poem)

181. Fanon`s The Wretched of the Earth: A Saga of the Colonized” in the IJPCL Jan-Dec 2002. (Book review and critical analysis)

182. Rasa in Tagore`s “The Postmaster”` in the IJPCL July 2001. (Theoretical application)

183. Realism in Tagore`s Stories” in the IJPCL July 2000. (Critical Study)


INTERVIEWS WITH K. V. DOMINIC

 

  1. Interview with Prof. Dr. K. V. Dominic by Prof. Elisabetta Marino published in MOSAICOItaliano February 2012 issue and English Translation in Labyrinth Vol-4 No.-2, GwaliorIndia, April, 2012.

  2. Interview with Prof. K. V. Dominic by Dr. Rohit Phutela published in International Journal on Multicultural Literature, Vol-7, No-1, KeralaIndia, January, 2017.

  3. Prof. K. V. Dominic in Conversation with Parthajit Ghosh published in Poetcrit  Vol-30, No-2, Himachal PradeshIndia, july 2017

  4. Revelations of a Pantheistic Poet: Dr K.V. Dominic in Conversation  by Goutam Karmakar published in Writers in ConversationFlinders University Journal, Vol-4, No- 2, Australia, August 2017.

  5. Interview with Dr. K. V. Dominic by Dr. Jernail Singh Anand. Published in Interviews with Poets, Critical Thinkers and Scholars, 21st CENTURY CRITICAL THOUGHT, A DIALOGUE WITH POSTMODERN VOICES,Volume 3. By Jernail Singh Anand. Published by Earth Vision Publications, Gurugram, Haryana, India, 2021.

 

K. V. Dominic as Secretary of Guild of Indian English Writers Editors and Critics (GIEWEC)

A literary forum of Indian writers in English, entitled Guild of Indian English Writers, Editors and Critics (GIEWEC) was established on 24 September 2010 at Thodupuzha, Kerala, India. It was registered on 13 October 2010 and its Head Office is functioning at the residence of the Secretary at Thodupuzha. GIEWEC is a non-profit-making institution aimed at promoting Indian literature in English through the members` creative and critical writings and by editing and publishing books and journals. The chief objectives of the Guild are: to promote Indian Literature in English, to exchange creative writings between nations, to conduct annual conferences and literary festivals, and to help Ph.D. scholars. The Guild is publishing an international biannual refereed journal entitled Writers Editors Critics (ISSN 2231-198X). The issues come out in March and September. GIEWEC is fast growing with more than 200 members now of which 101 are life (patron) members. Professors and Lecturers of universities/colleges, professional English writers and PhD research scholars are its members. 





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