Hasan Azizul Huq

Hasan Azizul Huq is living legend of our Bangladesh. He is not only the pioneer storyteller, he is our only lighthouse in this dark time, too. Hasan Azizul Haque was born in the Jabgram village of Bardhaman in West Bengal in February 1939. He did his matriculation from Maharani Kalishwari High…

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Dr. Partha Banerjee

Dr. Partha Banerjee is a human rights activist, writer, educator, media critic, and musician. Born and raised in Kolkata, he now lives in New York with frequent visits to India. He has published three books – including his Bangla memoir Ghotikahini (2016). Music Box and Moonshine is his fourth book;…

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Prof. Abhijit Mukherjee

Abhijit Mukherjee, a professor and former Head of the Electrical Engineering Department, Jadavpur University, has also been teaching Japanese for the last 19 years at the School of Languages of that University. Outside teaching, research and other administrative responsibilities, Prof. Mukherjee regularly writes articles on topics related to World Literature…

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Asiya Zahoor

Asiya Zahoor, who studied Psycholinguistics at Oxford University, and Caribbean Diaspora Literature at the University of Kashmir, is an academic, poet and a filmmaker. Her poems have been translated into Arabic, French, Persian, Portuguese and Urdu. Her film, “The Stitch,” won the Critics Award for Best Short Film at the…

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Hadaa Sendoo

Hadaa Sendoo is the founding father of World Poetry Almanac. He has published 19 books of poetry and his poems has translated into more than 40 languages. He has won awards for poetry in Asia, Europe, America, Africa and Arab countries. Sendoo Hadaa’s influence transcends national, politics, languages ​​and borders…

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Meherun Nesa

Born and brought up in a rural town of Bangladesh, Meherun Nesa did her Bachelor’s Degree) and Master’s in English from Rajshahi University. During her tertiary education, she familiarised herself with the masterminds of the literary world, specially with British and American literary giants. In 1998 she joined the Bangladesh…

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