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Post by: Sudipto Ghosh 10:22 AM Tue, September 16th 2014
Halcyon Wings: 'These Passions Feathers Are Gathering on a Winged Vision' is a sea change from what the current trend in English writing is all about. Nithin Purple throws in a new cultural ideal with a dreamy passion that related the non-fiction character with a more sincere narration. It dwells in mystery of freedom and the expectations that come with a newly found ability. Halcyon Wings: 'These Passions Feathers Are Gathering on a Winged Vision' su....
Post by: Sudipto Ghosh 3:10 PM Thu, September 11th 2014
 Jerome David (J.D.) Salinger spent his childhood in dairy and meat factory that his father ran. With a relatively adventur ous life, Salinger’s The Catcher in the Rye is rated as one of the most influential American book of the 20th Century. One of the most private authors of the last century, “Sonny” as he was popularly called managed to give a clear picture of what adolescent is all about.   The Catcher in the Rye fig....
Post by: Sudipto Ghosh 5:12 PM Wed, September 3rd 2014
 The Kite Runner is one of the top ranked publishing sensations that dominated the New York Times list for straight years. Having impressed over three million readers worldwide, the graphic novel originally narrated by Khaled Hosseini pictures the amazingly vibrant life of an Afghan boy who swings with the fate of circumstances. Though it is set in the era when Afghan royal anarchism was in its dimming end yet it manages to beautifully portray the rug....
Post by: Sudipto Ghosh 3:08 PM Fri, August 29th 2014
 Masterpieces breaching the barriers of time and culture, novelists and story writers have fascinated the readers with their haunting as well as lovable description of animal behavior and personifying the idea with human attitude. From every corner of the world, writers like  Mei Yu Ch'en who has described on the humming  swarms of mosquitoes to William Cullen Bryant's solitary waterfowl and Rainer Maria Rilke's enchanted gazelle, fr....
Post by: Kabita 11:14 AM Tue, August 5th 2014
  Ron Silliman is an American poet. Some of his most famous works include Wharf Hypothesis; Revelator; Northern Soul; Against Conceptual Poetry; Sunset Debris; 2197; Woundwood; The Chinese Notebook; The Grand Piano: An Experiment In Collective Autobiography (with Bob Perelman, Barrett Watten, Steve Benson, Carla Harryman, Tom Mandel, Rae Armantrout, Kit Robinson, Lyn Hejinian, and Ted Pearson); The Age of Huts; and The Alphabet. His other works are....
Post by: Kabita 11:40 AM Wed, July 30th 2014
  American writer and blogger, Cherie Priest was born on July 30, 1975 in Chattanooga in Tennessee. She has authored the Eden Moore series; Clockwork Century Universe; Cheshire Red Reports series; Dreadful Skin; Fathom; and Those who went remain there still among other writings. She attended Forest Lake Academy in Apopngka in Florida and the University of Tennessee in Chattanooga where she received an MA in Rhetoric/Professional Writing. Her genres....
Post by: Kabita 1:47 PM Tue, July 29th 2014
  American children’s author, Sharon Creech celebrates her birthday today. She is the author of works including The Recital; Nickel Malley; The Center of the Universe: Waiting for the Girl; Absolutely Normal Chaos; Walk Two Moons; Pleasing the Ghost; Chasing Redbird; Bloomability; Fishing in the Air; The Wanderer; Love that Dog; A Fine Fine School; Ruby Holler; Granny Torrelli Makes Soup; Heartbeat; Replay; Who’s that Baby; The Castle C....
Post by: Kabita 11:20 AM Tue, July 29th 2014
Celebrated American comic book artist and children’s book illustrator, Jon J Ruth was born on July 28, 1960. His works include Dracula: A Mystery in Moonlight and Nightmares; The Mystery Play (with Grant Morrison); The Mythology of an Abandoned City; The Sandman: The Wake (with Neil Gaiman); The Complete Moonshadow (with J. M. DeMatteis); Swamp Thing; Havok and Wolverine; Global Frequency: Planet Ablaze; New Mutants (with Louise Simonson); and Silver....
Post by: Kabita 1:19 PM Wed, July 23rd 2014
“There is no easy walk to freedom anywhere, and many of us will have to pass through the valley of the shadow of death again and again before we reach the mountaintop of our desires.”   Last week, the world reminisced and celebrated the birthday of South-African writer, anti-apartheid revolutionary, politician, philanthropist and former President of South Africa, Dr. Nelson Mandela. He was born on July 18, 1918 in Mvezo in Umtata i....
Post by: Kabita 3:09 PM Tue, July 22nd 2014
Celebrating the Monsoon “There are a hundred things she has tried to chase away the things she won't remember and that she can't even let herself think about because that's when the birds scream and the worms crawl and somewhere in her mind it's always raining a slow and endless drizzle. You will hear that she has left the country, that there was a gift she wanted you to have, but it is lost before it reaches you. Late one night the telephone wi....