I’m so excited to share the news that the anthology (“The Kali Project, Indie Blue Publishing, 2021) which I co-edited with Candice Daquin found a mention in the December issue of the Journal of Commonwealth Literature in the ‘India Bibliography’ article by Payal Nagpal and Shyamala A Narayan. It is a moment of elation to share the space with some of the literary stalwarts like Jhumpa Lahiri, Amitav Ghosh, Sudeep Sen, Ranjit Hostoke, and many more.
The Journal of Commonwealth Literature is internationally recognized as the leading critical and bibliographic forum in the field of Commonwealth and postcolonial literature. It provides an essential, peer-reviewed, reference tool for scholars, researchers, and information scientists. The journal’s editors-in-chief are Claire Chambers (University of York) and Rachael Gilmour (Queen Mary University of London).
Three of the four issues each year bring together the latest critical comment on all aspects of ‘Commonwealth’ and postcolonial literature and related areas, such as postcolonial theory, translation studies, and colonial discourse. The fourth issue provides a comprehensive bibliography of publications in the field. Read more about the Bibliography issue here.
Here is the link to the journal December Edition:
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Well done! Very cool!