Monday, September 15, 2014





(Retd) Professor of English, Department of Humanities & Social Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology-ISM, Dhanbad 826004, India


BOOKS (Print):
1. Savitri: A Spiritual Epic. Bareilly: Prakash Book Depot, 1984, pages 164. (A critical study of Sri Aurobindo's epic Savitri).
2. Krishna Srinivas: The Poet of Inner Aspiration. Madras: Poets Press India, 1984, pages 30.
(A monograph).
3. My Silence. Madras: Poets Press India, 1985, pages 44. (A collection of poems).
4. Using Contemporary English Idioms . Bareilly: Prakash Book Depot, 1985-86, pages 133.
(A text-cum-workbook).
5. Sound and Silence. Madras: Poets Press India, 1986, pages 160. (A collection of critical articles on the poetry of Krishna Srinivas, edited with an introduction).
6. Indian English Writing: 1981-1985: Experiments with Expression. New Delhi:Bahri Publications Pvt Ltd., 1987, rept. 1991, pages 168. (A collection of critical articles, edited with an introduction).
7. Using English in Science and Technology. Bareilly: Prakash Book Depot, 1988, pages 256.
text book).
8. Memories Unmemoried. Berhampur: Poetry Time Publications, 1988, pages 24. (A collection of poems).
9. Practising English in Science and Technology. Bareilly: Prakash Book Depot, 1990, pages 198. (An EST practice book ).
10. Music Must Sound. Dhanbad: R.K.Singh, 1990 (A stenciled collection of poems).
11. Flight of Phoenix. Berhampur: Poetry Time Publications, 1990, pages 35. ( A Collection of Poems).
12. Recent Indian English Poets: Expressions and Beliefs. New Delhi: Bahri Publications, 1992, pages 192. (A collection of critical articles edited with Introduction).
13. Two Poets: R.K.Singh (I DO NOT QUESTION) Ujjal Singh Bahri (THE GRAMMAR OF MY LIFE).New Delhi: Bahri Publications, 1994, pages 83. (edited two collections of poems, including my own, pp.44).
14. General English Practice. Bareilly: Prakash Book Depot, 1995, pages 192. ( A textbook on Comprehension, Precis, Summary, Letter, Sentence, and Paragraph Writing).
15. Writing Your Thesis and Research Papers.Bareilly: Prakash Book Depot, 1996, pages 115.
(A reference-cum-textbook on 
research writing).
16. My Silence and 0ther Selected Poems: 1974-1994. Bareilly: Prakash Book Depot, 1996, pages 185. (A collection of poems, including earlier volumes).
17. Anger in Action: Explorations of Anger in In Writing in English. New Delhi: Bahri Publications, 1997, pages 238. (A collection of critical articles – edited with an Introduction).
18. Above the Earth's Green. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1997, pages 126.(A collection of poems).
19. Psychic Knot : Search for Tolerance in Indian English Fiction.
New Delhi : Bahri Publications, 1998, pages 211. ( A collection of critical articles – edited with an Introduction ).
20. New Zealand Literature : Some Recent Trends. New Delhi : Bahri Publications, 1998, pages 138. ( A collection of critical articles- edited with an Introduction ).
21. Every Stone Drop Pebble. New Delhi : Bahri Publications, 1999, pages 70. ( A collection of Haiku jointly with Catherine Mair and Patricia Prime ).
22. Using English in Science and Technology. Bareilly : Prakash Book Depot, 2000, pages 296.
( Fully revised and 
expanded second edition).
23 Multiple Choice General English for UPSC Competition . Bareilly : Prakash Book Depot, 2001, pages 204. ( A textbook on objective type General English for UPSC tests ).
24. Cover to Cover: A collection of Poems (R K Singh : The Face in All Seasons, pp 43).
New Delhi : Bahri Publications, 2002. ( A Collection of Poems jointly with Ujjal Singh Bahri).
25. Pacem in Terris. Trento, Italy: Edizioni Universum, 2003. (A trilogy collection of poems in English and Italian, jointly with Myriam Pierri and Giovanni Campisi, including my haiku collection,Peddling Dream, pages 63-88)
26. Communication in English: Grammar and Composition. Bareilly : Prakash Book Depot, 2003, pages 148. ( A textbook on grammar and composition ).
27. Sri Aurobindo's Savitri : Essays on Love, Life and Death. Bareilly: Prakash Book Depot, 2005, pages 176.
28. Teaching English for Specific Purposes : An Evolving Experience. Jaipur: Book Enclave, 2005, pages 289.
29. For a World Peace. ( jointly with Renza Agnelli and Danae G. Papastraton).Rocca di Caprileone(ME): Edizioni Universum, 2005, pages 28.
30. Voices of the Present: Critical Essays on Some Indian English Poets. Jaipur: Book Enclave, 2006, pages 267.
31. The River Returns. Bareilly: Prakash Book Depot, 2006, pages 86. (A collection of tanka and haiku).
32. English as a Second Language: Experience into Essays. Jaipur: Book Enclave, 2007, pages 308. (An edited collection of essays).
33. English Language Teaching: Some Aspects Recollected. Jaipur: Book Enclave, 2008, pages 238. (An edited collection of essays).
34. Sexless Solitude and Other Poems . Bareilly: Prakash Book Depot, 2009, pages 86.
35. Mechanics of Research Writing. Bareilly: Prakash Book Depot, 2010, pages 182. (A reference book on research writing).
36. Sense and Silence: Collected Poems. Jaipur: Yking Books. 2010. Pages 338. (All previously published collections of poems with some new poems, haiku, and tanka).
37. Using English in Science and Technology . Bareilly: Prakash Book Depot, 2010, pages 336. (Third revised and updated edition).
38. New and Selected Poems Tanka and Haiku. New Delhi: Authors Press, 2012, pages 96. (collection of poems).

39. Indian Poetry in English: In Search of Identity. New Delhi: Authors Press, 2012, pages 303. (edited 
collection of essays, jointly with Rajni Singh).
40. I Am No Jesus and Other Selected Poems, Tanka and Haiku. Iasi: Editura StudIS, 2014, pages 54. (collection of poems with translation into Crimean Tatar by Taner Murat and Illustrations by Alsou Shikhova Ildarovna).

41. You Can't Scent Me and Other Selected Poems. New Delhi: Authors Press, 2016, pages 114 (poetry collection)

42. Writing Editing Publishing: A Memoir. Iasi: Editura StudIS, 2016, pages 296 (a collection of letters). 

43. God Too Awaits Light.  Joshua Tree, CA: Cholla Needles, 2017, pages 66 (a collection of tanka and haiku).

44.  Growing Within-Desăvârşire lăuntrică: haiku, tanka & other poems. (Traducerea din limba engleză: Alexandra Flora Munteanu and Taner Murat).
Constanta, Romania: Edutura Anticus Press, 2017, pages 285 (a bilingual collection of poems in English and Romanian).

45. Reflections: R.K.Singh's Poetry and Self. Riga, Latvia: LAP LAMBERT Publishing, 2018, pages 135 (Text of interviews given to 14 different persons from time to time). ISBN 978-613-9-89751-3

46. THERE'S  NO PARADISE and Other Selected Poems Tanka & Haiku. Beau Bassin: Editions Muse, 2019, pages 68 (a collection of selected poems). ISBN 978-620-2-29247-4

1.  My Silence. August 21, 2006, pages 30. Price: $6.10
2. Memories Unmemoried. August 24, 2006, pages 16. Price: $6.07.
3. Music Must Sound. August 21, 2006, pages 29. Price: $6.33
4.  Flight of Phoenix . August 20, 2006, pages 25. Price: $6.25
5. No Moist Secret and Elements Clack Silence. August 21, 2006, pages 37. Price: $7.68
6.   The River Returns. August 24, 2006, pages 55. Price: $8.13
7. I'm No River. August 21, 2006, pages 34. Price: $7.60
8.   Views and Reviews. August 21, 2007, pages 95. Price: $9.13
9. Sexless Solitude and Other Poems. November 20, 2007, pages 15. Price: $ 18.50
10. Selected Poems of R.K.Singh. December 17, 2009, pages 461.  Price: $ 16.78
11. Sexless Solitude and Other Poems: A Bilingual Collection: English-Greek. January 16, 2010, pages 129.  Price: $ 10.82 glish--greek/6258509
12. R.K.Singh: Poems. Poetry Series. February 2010.
13. Night's Rumblings and Other Poems Volume One: R.K.Singh. Text CD. Price: $ 17.95
14. Sexless Solitude and Other Poems. Text CD. Price: $17.95
15. R.K.Singh’s Poetry: Interviews and Views. $11.52 Content ID: 13919346
16. I Am No Jesus and Other Selected Poems, Tanka and Haiku. Translated into Crimean Tatar by Taner Murat and Illustrated by Alsou Shikhova Ildarovna. Price $ 9.90  ISBN/EAN13 : 6066245627 / 9786066245623 Also available from Createspace:  & Amazon
 17. Here She Goes: A Selection of Micropoems. Price: $7.23, 2014 (created on October 22, 2014). Content ID: 15468848
18. Beyond the Shadow. Price: $6.97, 2014 (created on October 22, 2014). Content ID: 15469210

19. Here and Now: A Selection of Haiku. Price $6.99, 2014 (created on November 9, 2014).

20. Writing Editing Publishing: A Memoir.  Price $10.25, 2016 (created on August 13, 2016). content ID: 19217752 ;

21. Growing Within/Desavarsire launtrica: haiku, tanka and other poems. published on December 11, 2017, pp. 290

22. THERE'S  NO PARADISE and Other Selected Poems Tanka & Haiku. Beau Bassin: Editions Muse, 2019, pages 68 (a collection of selected poems). ISBN 978-620-2-29247-4  ( 



1. The Teaching of Technical English, The ELT Forum News (Bombay), Vol. 1, No. 7, October 1978.
2. Teaching of English in Technical Institutions, The Journal of English Language Teaching ( Madras ), Vol. XII, No. 1, Jan-Feb 1977.Also in The Educational Journal, Vol. X, No.2, February 1981, as Teaching of English in Technical Institutions—An Essay in Concept and Approach.
3. A Plea for Teaching General English in Technical Institutions, The Journal of English Language Teaching, Vol. XIII, No. 1, Jan-Feb 1978. This paper was also presented at the All India English Teachers'Conference held at Aligarh Muslim University, Dec 29-31,1977.
4. The Language of Poetry, its Teaching, and the Development of Critical Sense, The Journal of English Language Teaching, Vol. XVI, No.1, Jan-Feb 1981.
5. The Teaching of Poetry and the Development of Students' Critical Imagination, The Educational Journal, Vol. X, No.5, May 1981. Re-published with revision in the Journal of English Studies ( Warangal), Vol. 15, No.1, January 1984 as Poetry for Instructional Purposes: A Teaching Strategy.
6. Integration of Skills: A Plea for Teaching Writing, Journal of English Language Teaching, Vol. XVI, No. 2, March- April 1981. Also in The Educational Journal, Vol. X, No. 7, July 1981.
7. English for Specific Purposes: An Essay in Academic Concept and Constraint, The Journal of English Language Teaching, Vol. XVI, No. 3, May-June 1981; University News ( New Delhi), Vol. XIX, No. 13, July 1981, pp. 354-355; and The Educational Journal, Vol. X, No. 10, October 1981.
8. The Needs/End Framework of ESP in India, Unesco ALSED-LSP Newsletter (Copenhagen), Vol. 4, No.3(13), October 1981, pp. 2-6; The Journal of English Language Teaching, Vol.XVI, No.5, September-0ctober 1981; and University News, Vol. XIX, No.20, October 1981, pp. 567-569.
9. The Need for Simplifying the Language of Government Documents and Teaching Plain English, The Journal of English Language Teaching , Vol. XV, No.6, November-December 1981.
10. Some Reflections on Terminology, The Journal of English Language Teaching, Vol.XVII, No. 1, January-February 1982; The Educational Journal, Vol. X, No.11, November 1981. The paper was reported, and its adapted version published in Infoterm Newsletter (Vienna), No. 24, October 1982.
11. A letter article in Team (Saudi Arabia), No.40, Summer 1981.
12. E.S.P.: Communication Constraints, System (Oxford), Vol. 11, No.2, 1983, pp. 155-158.
13. English for Specific Purposes: An Indian Perspective, Fachsprache (Vienna), Vol.5, No. 3, 1993, pp. 137-140
14. E.S.P.: A Sociolinguistic Consideration, The Journal of Higher Education (New Delhi), Vol.8,No. 1, Monsoon, 1982, pp. 107-110; The Journal of English Language Teaching, Vol. XVII, No.3, May-June 1982. It's revised version,’ESP in India: A Sociolinguistic Consideration’  presented at the International Symposium on LSP (August 2-4, 1982) in Eindhoven University of Technology, also appears in Reading for Professional Purposes:Methods and Materials in Teaching Languages (eds: J.M. Ulijn and A.K. Pugh), Leuwen: ACCO,1985, pp. 25-30.
15. A Report on the International Symposium on LSP, Indian Journal of Applied Linguistics (New Delhi), Vol. VIII, No.2, June 1982, pp. 109-114; and The Journal of English Language Teaching, Vol. XVII, No. 5, September-October 1982.
16. A Case of Syllabus Constraints in ELT, University News, Vol.XX, No.21, November 1982, pp. 665-666; and The Journal of English Language Teaching, Vol. XVII, No. 6, November-December 1982.
17. Reading Development: Some Questions, Unesco ALSED-LSP Newsletter, Vol.7, No.1(18), May 1984, pp. 14-16; (revised) The Journal of English Language Teaching, Vol.XIX, No.5, September-October 1984; University Today , Vol.V, No. 1, January 1985; and.Journal of Higher Education, Vol.10, Nos. 1-2, Monsoon-Autumn, 1984, pp. 117-119.
18. English for Specific Purposes: Indian Perspective, Journal of Indian Education, Vol.10, No.3, September 1984, pp. 21-29.
19. Problems of Mining Terminology in India, Fachsprache (Vienna), Vol.7, Nos. 1-2, 1985; Meta(Montreal), Vol.31, No. 2, June 1986, pp. 173-178. The paper, presented at the Second Infoterm Symposium held in Vienna from April 14-17, 1985, is also included in the symposium proceedings, INFOTERM SERIES 8 (ed: Magdalena Krommer-Benz), New York/London/Paris: K G Saur, 1986, pp. 202-211.
20. E.S.P. in India: Developments in 1984-1985, Unesco ALSED-LSP Newsletter, Vol.9, No.2(23), December 1986, pp. 42-48; The Journal of English Language Teaching, Vol. XXI, No.2 and 3, 1986.
21. Language Teaching at Indian School of Mines: ESP Approach, Journal of Indian Education, Vol.12, No.5, January 1987; and (revised) in Proceedings of National Workshop on Language and Technical Education, held at I.I.T., Kanpur, April 7-9, 1986.
22. Planning for an ESP Course, Focus on English (Madras), Vol.4, No. 1, January 1988, pp. 29-37.
23. India: Linguistic Heterogeneity, Trilingualism and English, Vox (Canberra), Vol.1, No.2, Winter 1989, pp. 21-26.
24. Communicative Teaching in Technical Institutions: A Needs Assessment Report, Tunisia ESP Newsletter (Tunis), Vol.4, June 1988, pp. 9-22; (revised) University News, Vol. XXVII, No.26, June 26, 1989; andIndian Journal of Applied Linguistics, Vol. XV, No. 1, June 1989.
25. Using English in Science and Technology, Tunisia ESP Newsletter, Vol.5, June 1989, pp. 10-15.
26. Practising English in Science and Technology, University News, Vol. XXVIII, No. 9, February 26, 1990.
27. Technical Communication Teaching in India, INTER-EST (Norway), Vol.3, No.1, 1990, pp. 8-16; and Second Language Acquisition: Sociocultural and Linguistic Aspects of English in India (eds: R.K. Agnihotri and A.L. Khanna), New Delhi: Sage, 1994, pp. 333-344.
28. Teaching for Communicative Competence, or Performance?, University News, Vol.XXIX, No. 27, July 8, 1991; and Indian Journal of Applied Linguisics, Vol. XVIII, No.1, January-June 1992, pp. 47-52.
29. Teaching English Well: Need for a More Practical Attitude, University News, Vol. XXIX, No. 39, September 30, 1991, pp. 2-4.
30. Teaching of English: A Plea for Practical Attitude, English in India: Theoretical and Applied Issues (ed: Omkar N. Kaul), New Delhi: Creative Publishers, 1992, pp. 218-223.
31. Writing for Academic Communication: Interactive Process Approach, University News, Vol.XXXI, No.27, July 5, 1993, pp. 8-15 (jointly with Mitali De Sarkar).
32. Teaching Writing for Academic Communication at Tertiary Level: An Interactional Feedback Report, Indian Journal of Applied Linguistics , Vol.19, No. 1, January-June 1993, pp. 33-47.
33. Writing Subject-Specific Composition: A Report on Peer Interactional Feedbck, University News, Vol.XXXI, No.50, December 13, 1993, pp. 5-12 (jointly with Mitali De Sarkar); also (revised) in Unesco ALSED-LSP Newsletter, Vol. 15, No.2(36),December 1993, pp. 19-37; Indian Journal of Applied Linguistics, Vo.XIX, No.2, July-December 1993.
34. Globalisation and Communication Skills, University News, Vol.XXXII, No. 3, January 17, 1994.
35. Some Reflections on the Role of Humanities in Higher Technical Education, University News, Vol. XXXII, No. 4, January 24, 1994; (revised) Forum (New Zealand), Vol.3, No.2, 1994, pp. 41-44.
36. Interactional Process Approach to Teaching Writing: A Report (jointly with Mitali De Sarkar), English Teaching Forum (Washington), Vol.32, No. 4, October 199, pp. 18-23; (revised) Journal of Higher Education, Vol.17, No.2, Summer 1994, pp. 261-285; its Hindi translation 'Lekhan Shikshan ke liye antah-kriyatmak Prakriya Upagam: Ek Report', Uchch Shiksha Patrika, Vol.2, No. 2, Grishma, 1994, pp. 273-299.
37.Teaching English to Motivate Communication: Need for a Flexible Approach, ELT at Cross Roads (eds: Gautam Banerjee and Siddhartha Ganguli), Titagarh: Linkman Publication, 1995, pp. 73-88.
38. On 'Teaching Translation and interpreting': A Review, in Translation: It's
Theory and Practice (ed: Avadhesh K. Singh). New Delhi: Creative Books, 1996.

39. Workshop: Relevant Communicative Teaching. May 06, 2008
40. My Work. January 07, 2010

41. English Language Teaching: A Reflection on Challenges Ahead.       language-teaching-a-reflection-challenges-ahead   21 October 2010

42. Teaching English for Communicative Performance and Business Communication. ss-cmmuniction 27 March 2012; University News , Vol. 50, No, 21, May 21-27, 2012, pp. 10-14; Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. 37, Nos. 5-6, May-June 2012, pp. 3-7; (Revised) Cultural Contexts in English Language Learning and Teaching (ed. Md. Mojibur Rahman). Jaipur: Yking Books, 2014, pp. 157-188.
43. Teaching Communication Skills and Multiple Intelligences. 03 January 2013
44. Foreword. Cultural Contexts in English Language Learning and Teaching (ed. Md. Mojibur Rahman). Jaipur: Yking Books, 2014, pp. v-viii.
45. Multilingualism, Global Competency and Communicative Performance for Business. Aussie-Sino Studies, Vol.1, No.1, 2015, pp. 26-32.


1. Mayakovsky: A Contextual Interpretation, The Century (New Delhi), Vol. XI, No. 42,February 23, 1974 and No. 43, March 2, 1974.
2. A Study of Edmund Blunden, The Century, Vol. XII, No. 37, January 18, 1975.
3. Some Reflections on the Mythical Construction of Death in Sri Aurobindo's Savitri, The Advent(Pondicherry). Vol.XXXVIII, No.1, February 1981; Indian Journal of English Studies, Vol.XXI, 1981-82; The Call Beyond (New Delhi), Vol.6, No. 6, May 1981; and Littcrit (Trivendrum), Vol.7, No. 2, December 1981.
4. The Poetics of Aurobindo, The Rajasthan Journal of English Studies (Amravati/Jaipur), Combined No.13 and 14, 1981; and Studies in Indian Poetry in English (ed: O.P. Bhatnagar), 1981.
5. Sri Aurobindo's Poetics: A Wider Perspective, The Call Beyond (New Delhi), Vol.6, No.7, July 1981 and No.8, August 1981.
6. The Poet of Savitri: A Study in Romantic Strain, The Advent, Vol. XXXIX, No. 1, February 1982; The Literary Endeavour (Anantapur), Vol. IV, Nos. 1 & 2, 1982; English Association Journal (Darbhanga), Vol. VII, Summer, 1993; and Indian Writings in English, Vol.I (ed: Mamohan K. Bhatnagar), New Delhi: AtlanticPublishers and Distributors, 1996, pp. 12-24.
7. The Structure of Savitri: An Archetypal Analysis, in NINE instalments, The Call Beyond, Vol.7, No.1 to 10, January 1982 to October 1982 (nine issues).
8. Isis-Osiris: A Deconstruction in Savitri, The Call Beyond , Vol.6, No. 12, December 1981; and Ken(Lucknow), Vol.1, No.1, December 1982.
9. The Spiritual Epic Tradition and Savitri, The Call Beyond, Vol. 6, No.9 -10, and No.11, September-October 1981 and November 1981 (two issues).
10. The Concept of Spirituality in Sri Aurobindo's Savitri, The Call Beyond, Vol.7, No. 11, November 1982.
11. Sri Aurobindo's Philosophy of Spiritual Evolution, The Call Beyond, Vol.8, No. 2, February 1983 and No.3, March 1983.
12. Savitri: An Overview and a Summing Up, The Call Beyond , Vol.8, No.4, April 1983.
13. Emily Dickinson and Sri Aurobindo: An Overhead Confluence of Love, Life and Death, Littcrit, Vol,9, No.2, December 1983; The Call Beyond , Vol.8, No. 10 October 1983 and No.11, November 1983; andIndian Writings in English, Vol. I (ed: Manmohan K. Bhatnagar), New Delhi: Atlantic Publishers and Distributors, 1996, pp. 34-46.
14. The Vision of Death in O.P. Bhatnagar's Poetry, ELT Forum Journal of English Studies, Vol.7, No.1, 1094; Youth Age, Vol.12, No. 2, January 1984 and No.3, February 1984; and The Vision and the Voice , Vol.I, (ed: G.P. Baghmar, Nagpur: Vishwa Bharati Prakashan, 1987, pp. 129-140.
15. O.P. Bhatnagar's Poetry: Average is Large, World Literature Today (Oklahoma), Vol. 59, No.1, Winter 1985, pp.44-46.
16. Sex Imagery in Shiv K. Kumar's Poetry, Journal of South Asian Literature (Michigan), Vol.22, No.2, Summer-Fall 1987, pp. 180-184.
17. Academic Management of Technical Institutions, University News , Vol.XIX, No.7, April 1981.
18. Krishna Srinivas—The Poet of Inner Aspiration, The Call Beyond, Vol.10, No.2, February 1985, No.3, March 1985, and No.4, April 1985 (serialized in three issues); Bharat Protiva (Calcutta), Festival Number, September-November 1986; (revised) in Dr Krishna Srinivas: 80th Birth Day Souvenir (Madras), August 9, 1993; and Twentieth Century Literature in English, Vol.3 (ed: Manmohan K. Bhatnagar), New Delhi: Atlantic Publishers and Distributors, 1996, pp. 104-129.
19. L.N. Mahapatra: Attuned to a Different Interval, Language Forum (New Delhi),Vol. 12, Nos. 1-4, 1986;Bharat Protiva, August 1986; and The Quest (Ranchi), Vol.I, No. 1, March 1987.
20. Indian English Writing: A New Perspective, Canopy (Bareilly), Vol.1, No.2, November 1986.
21. Introductory, Language Forum, Special number on Indian English Literature: 1981-1985, Vol.12, No.1-14, 1986 (Guest edited).
22. I.H. Rizvi: A Traveller in the Forest of Thoughts and Feelings, Canopy , Vol.3, Nos. 3-4, July-October 1988; Kavita India (Muzaffarpur), Vol.1, Nos. 3-4, April-July 1988; and Creative Forum (New Delhi), Vol. IV, Nos. 1-4, January-December 1991.
23. L.N. Mahapatra's Quest through the Erotic, Poetry (Aska), Vol.XII, No.2, October 1987.
24. I.K. Sharma: 'We tell your fever well', Poetcrit (Maranda), Vol. 1, No.2, July 1988; and Creative Forum, Vol. IV, Nos. 1-4, January-December 1991.
25. Darkness in the Vision of O.P. Bhatnagar, Bharat Protiva, Vol. XII, Serial No.110, Independence Number 1988; and Creative Forum , Vol. IV. Nos. 1-4, January-December 1991.
26. Gopal Honnalgere: Social Reality through Sex and Irony, Poetcrit, Vol. 2, No. 2, July 1989; andCreative Forum, Vol. III, Nos. 3-4, July-December 1990.
27. P.K. Joy: A Poet of Christian Sensibility, Kavita India, Vol.2, No.3, October-December 1989; and (revised) in P.K.Joy: The Man and the Poet (ed: G.S. Balarama Gupta), Madras: Indian Writers Press, 1981.
28. Higher Technical Education: A Development Perspective, University News, Vol. XXVIII, No.23, June 4, 1990; Journal of Higher Education (New Delhi), Vol.15, Nos. 1-3, 1989-90; and Bharat Protiva, Vol. XIV, No. 2 (Serial No. 117), March-May 1990.
29. Concluding Remarks on the Seminar on 'Afforestation For Environmental Protection,' Compass (Rome), No. 44/45, July 1990.
30. Afforestation for Protection of the Earth, Bharat Protiva, Vol. XV, No.1, Serial No. 119, December 1990.
31. Introduction, Creative Forum, Special Number on Recent Indian English Poetry, Vol. IV, Nos. 1-4, January-December 1991.
32. Some Recent Poets: The Quest for the Present, Creative Forum, Special Issue, Vol.V, Nos. 1-4, January-December 1992; and Quest for Identity in Indian English Writing, Part 2—Poetry (ed: R.S. Pathak), New Delhi: Bahri Publications, 1992.
33. Savitri: Sri Aurobindo's Spiritual Romance, University News , Special number, Vol. XXXII, No.6, February 7, 1994, pp. 111-113; (revised)The Scoria, Vol.3, No. 8, August 2001, pp. 29-32; and Immortal Paradigms: Sri Aurobindo's Home-Coming Centenary Volume (ed: Charu Sheel Singh), New Delhi: Anmol Publications Pvt Ltd, 2002, pp. 67-74.
34. Gopal Honnalgere: Confrontation with Social Reality, Language Forum, Vol. 19, Nos. 1 & 2, January-Decemebr 1993; and Indianization of English Language and Literature (ed: R.S. Pathak), New Delhi: Bahri Publications, 1994, pp. 120-125.
35. A Universal Voice of Eternity, World Poet Ikeda , Madras: World Poetry Society, 1994, pp. 85-88.
36. Recent Indian English Poetry: A Critical Reflection on a Chorus of Voices, Poetcrit, Vol.8, No. 1, January 1995, pp. 9-12;and (revised) Cyber Literature (Patna), Vol.3, No.1, March 1999, pp. 6-8.
37. Anger and Sexuality: Some Recent Indian English Women Poets, Poetcrit, Vol. 8, No. 2, July 1995, pp. 21-31.
38. Lyle Glazier: Poetry is Concealment Square, University News, Vol. XXXIV, No. 6, February 5, 1996 (Special number 'My Favourite Reading'), pp. 37-42.
39. Revamping Higher Education System, University News, Vol. XXXIV, No. 7, February 12, 1996; andFayrdaw (Pennsylvania), Vol.3, No. 4, October 1996, pp. 32-36.
40. The Relevance of John Keats as a Poet, The Critical Endeavour, Vol. II, June 1996, pp. 77-83; (revised) John Keats: A Poet of the New Era, Triveni, Vol.65,
Nos. 2 & 3, April-June and July-September 1996, pp. 57-60 and John Keats: Poetry and Poetics (ed: R.S. Pathak), New Delhi: Creative Books, 1997, pp. 192-196.
41. Sri Aurobindo's Poetics, Indian Response to Literary Theories, Vol. I, (ed: R.S. Pathak), New Delhi: Creative Books, 1996, pp. 211-228.
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51. Foreword, Prayers and Complaints of a Daughter by Manjul Rani Tripathi, New Delhi: B.R. Publishng Corporation, 1998.
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58. P.C.K. Prem: Voyage into Barren Consciousness (jointly with Mitali De Sarkar), Poetcrit, Vol. XII, No. 1, January 1999, pp. 74-81; and Continuity: Five Indian English Poets (ed: R.A. Singh), Jaipur: Book Enclave, 2003, pp. 215-225.
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114. Preface. Significance of the Insignificant: A collection of short poems by Linda L Ashok. Allahabad: 2012, pp. 9-10.
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31. The BBI Combinatory Dictionary of English (comp. by Morton Benson, Evelyn Benson and Robert Ilson). ELT Journal, Vol. 42, No. 3, July 1988; and (revised) Indian Journal of Applied Linguistics, Vol. 14, No. 2, July-December 1988.
32. (i) Socializing (by Mark Ellis and Nina O' Driscoll), (ii) Telephoning (by Kay Bruce), and (iii) Meetings and Discussions (by Nina O' Driscoll and Adrean Pilbeam). EFL Gazette, No. 100, April 1988; and Language News, Vol. 1, No.2, February 1988.
33. In Their Own Words (by Tom Boyd). Focus on English, Vol. 5, No.1, January 1989; and Indian Journal of Applied Linguistics, Vol. 15, No. 1, January 1989.
34. Approaches to Discourse, Poetics and Psychiatry (by I.M. Zavala and others). Indian Book Chronicle (Jaipur), Vol. 15, No. 1 & 2, January-February 1990; and GUETA Journal of English Studies, Vol.1, No.1, 1990.
35. Semantics and Syntax: Indian Loan Words in English (by S. D. Sharma). University News, Vol. XXIII, No.7, February 1990.
36. Communication and Cross Cultural Adaptation (by Young Yun Kim). Social Change (New Delhi), Vol. 20, No. 2, June 1990; Indian Book Chronicle , Vol. XV, No. 12, December 1990; Journal of National Integration (Kottayam), Vol. 1, No.2, July-September 1990; and International Social Science Review(USA), Vol.66, No.2, Spring 1991.
37. Language Communication and Culture: Current Directions (ed: Stella Ting-Toomey and Felipe Korzenny). University News, Vol. XXIX, No. 11, March 1991; Cross Currents, Vol. XVIII, No. 1, Spring 1991; Journal of National Integration, Vol.3, No. 1, January-March 1992; Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. XVII, No. 10, October 1992; and Journal of Cross Cultural Psychology (California), Vol. 22. No. 3, September 1991.
38. ESP in the Classroom: Practice and Evaluation (ed: Dick Chamberlain and Robert J. Baumgardner).ELT Journal, Vol.45, No.3, July 1991.
39. Teaching Translation and Interpreting: Training, Talent and Experience (ed: Cay Dollerup and Anne Loddegaard). International Journal of Translation (New Delhi), Vol. III, No. 1&2,January-December 1991, pp. 153-159; Meta (Montreal), Vol.38, No. 3, September 1993, pp. 543-547; Critical Practice (New Delhi), Vol. 1, No. 1, Winter 1994, pp. 96-102; International Journal on World Peace (Minnesota, USA), Vol.10, No. 3, September 1993, pp. 113-120; and Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. XIX, No. 8, August 1994.
40. Innovative English Language Instruction: An Anthology of Innovations in ELT (ed: Subhash Jain). University News, Vol. XXXI, No. 37, September 1993.
41. Teaching of English as a Second Language in India (by A. Antony). University News, Vol. XXXII, No. 20, May 1994.
42. The Otherness of English: India's Auntie Tongue Syndrome (by Pobal Dasgupta). Indian Book Chronicle, Vo. XIX, No. 4&5, April-May 1994; and Indian Journal of Applied Linguistics, Vol. XIX, No. 2, July-ecember 1993.
43. Practice in English: Book One, Book Two, and Book Three (by S.N.A. Rizvi, V.A. Sharma and Masooma Rizvi). University News, Vol. XXXII, No.33, August 1994.
44. Academic Writing For Graduate Students (by John M. Swales and Christine B. Feak). ESP France Newsletter (Brest Cedex, France), Vol.10, No. 3, October 1995; and Indian Journal of Applied Linguistics, Vol. XXI, No.2, July-December 1995, pp. 97-99.
45. Better Learning and Teaching of Spoken English (by S. Malaikkani). University News, Vol. XXXIV, No. 23, August 12, 1996.
46. Systemic Grammar (by Shivendra K. Verma). University News, Vol. XXXIV, No. 39, September 23, 1996, pp. 26-27.
47. Intercultural Communication (by Robert Young). Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. XXI, No. 11, November 1996, pp. 16-17; European Journal of Intercultural Studies (Hilversum, The Netherlands), Vol.9, No. 2, 1998, pp. 230-231; and International Journal of Communication, Vol. 8, Nos. 1-2, January-December 1998, pp. 141-144.
48. More Englishes: New Studies in Varieties of English 1988-1994 (by Manfred Gorlach. ESP France Newsletter (France), Vol. 12, No.1, March 1997; Indian Journal of Applied Linguistics, Vol.XXII, No. 2, July-December 1996, pp. 87-93; and Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. XXII, No. 12, December 1997, pp. 24-26.
49. Intercultural Communication: Pragmatics, Genealogy, and Deconstruction (by Robert Young). Critical Arts (Durban, South Africa), Vol.11, No. 1-2, 1997, pp. 177-182.
50. The Cultural Context in Business Communication (ed: Susanne Niemier, Charles P. Campbell and Rene Dirven). ESP France Newsletter, Vol. 15, No.1, February 2000, pp. 1-7; Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. XXV, No. 3, March 2000, pp. 23-25/28; and Indian Journal of Applied Linguistics, Vol. 26, No. 2, July-December 2000, pp. 131-138.
51. Literature as Communication (by Roger D. Sell). International Journal of Communication, Vol.12, No. 1, January-June 2002, pp. 119-125.
52. Shifting Continents/Colliding Cultures: Diaspora Writing of the Indian Subcontinent (eds: Ralph J. Crane and Radhika Mohanram). Babel (Amsterdam), Vol. 48, No. 2, 2002, pp. 184-189; and (revised)Creative Forum, Vol. 15, No. 1-2, January-June 2002, pp. 108-114.

53. Translation and Power (ed: Maria Tymoczko and Edwin Gentzler). Babel (Amsterdam), Vol.50, No.4, 2004, pp. 375-381; and Indian Book Chronicle, Vol.30, No.3, March 2005, pp. 13-15.

1. New Dimensions in Indo-English Poetry (ed: O.P. Bhatnagar). The Rajasthan Journal of English Studies, Combined No. 13 & 14, 1981.
2. Rising Columns: Some Indian Poets in English (ed: O.P. Bhatnagar). Indian Literature, Vol. XXVI, No. 5, September-October 1983, pp. 147-151; Indian Journal of English Studies, Vol. XXII, 1982-83; Littcrit, Vol. VIII, No.1, June 1982; and ELT Forum Journal of English Studies, Vol.5, No.1, June 1982.
3. Modern Trends in Indo-Anglian Poetry (ed: H.S. Bhatia). Journal of South Asian Literature(Michigan), Vol.19, No. 1, Spring-Summer 1984, pp. 211-213; Littcrit, Vol.8, No. 2, December 1982; Skylark, No. 47/48, 1982; and Commonwealth Quarterly (Mysore), Vol.11, No.31, December 1985-March 1986.
4. My Mother (by Surendra Nath Jauhar). The Call Beyond, Vol.VIII, No.3, March 1983.
5. Prevalent Aspects of Indian English Poetry (ed: H.S. Bhatia). Indian Literature, Vol. XXVII, No.2, March-April 1984; Youth Age, Vol.XII, No.2, January 1984; and University Today, Vol.IV, No. 1, January 1984.
6. The Burning Petals (by H.S. Bhatia). Youth Age, Vol.XII, No. 4, March 1984.
7. Indo-Australian Flowers (ed: V.S. Skanda Prasad). Journal of South Asian Literature (Michigan), Vol. XXI, No.2, 1986, pp. 239-241; University Today, Vol.IV, No. 10, May 1984; and Youth Age, Vol. 12, No.6, May 1984.
8. Anthrophanies 1-4 (by Kenneth Taharally). Journal of South Asian Literature, Vol. XXI, No. 2, Summer-Fall 1986, pp. 235-237;and Art and Poetry Today (New Delhi), Vol. XV, No. 3&4, July 1990 & October 1990.
9. Tamil Vedas (by Krishna Srinivas). Youth Age , Vol.12, No. 10, Septmeber 1984; and University Today, Vol.IV, No. 20, October 1984.
10. (i) East West Winds (ed: G.R. Krishna), (ii) Just Born (by D. Srikantha Murthy), and (iii) Songs of Cosmos (by V.S. Skanda Prasad). University Today, Vol IV, No. 13, July 1984.
11. Arrogant from Birth (by Debi Ray). Bharat Protiva, Vol.VIII, No.10-11, September-October 1984.
12. World Poetry: Africa (ed: Krishna Srinivas). Youth Age, Vol.12, No. 12, November 1984; and University Today, Vol.V, No. 1, January 1985.
13. (i) Feather (by Divik Ramesh), (ii) New Voice of Indian Poetry (ed: Rajendra Avasthy et al), (iii)Centre and Circumference (ed: Keshav Malik), and (iv) Voices from Within (ed: Laxmi Narayan Mahapatra). Indian Literature, Vol. XXVIII, No.3 (107), May-June 1985, pp. 119-124.
14. (i) Flames and Flashes and (ii) Shadows and Desires (by Biswakesh). Youth Age, Vol.13, No.5, May 1985.
15. (i) The Horizon (by G. Venkataraman) and (ii) Prism (Kambuja International). Youth Age, Vol. 13, No.6, June 1985.
16. (i) Scattered Thoughts (by Prakash Joshi), (ii) Symphony of Skeletons (by Dwarakanath H. Kabadi), and (iii) Summer Green (by J.K. Jagadev). Youth Age, Vol. 13, No.7, August 1985.
17. Scattered Thoughts (by Prakash Joshi). Poetry Time, Vol. 10, No.4, Autumn 1985.
18. Mahavira (by Krishna Srinivas). Bharat Protiva, Vol.X, No. 1, December 1985; and Youth Age, Vol.13, No. 11, January 1986.
19. A Small Step (by K.S. Venkataramu). Bharat Protiva, Vol. X, No.3, February 1986; and Youth Age, Vol. 13, No. 11, January 1986.
20. Indian Poetry in English ( ed: Hari Mohan Prasad and Chakradhar Prasad Singh). Littcrit, Vol.12, No.1&2, June-December 1986; and Youth Age, Vol. 14, No.2, April 1986.
21. Rain Drops (by A. Padmanaban). Youth Age , Vol.14, No. 2, April 1986.
22. Men and Gods and Other Poems (by K.B. Rai). Language Forum, Vol.12, No. 1-4, 1986; and Journal of Indian Writing in English, Vol.24, No. 1, January 1986.
23. Relics of Love (by Biswakesh). Bharat Protiva, No.101, May-June 1986; and Youth Age, Vol. 14, No.3, June 1986.
24. The Vision and the Voice, Vol. III (ed: G.P. Baghmar). Youth Age, Vol.14, No. 6, November 1986; and Language Forum, Vol. 13, No.1-4, January-December 1987.
25. Reflections on Sri Sri Ramakrishna (tr. S.K. Basu). The Call Beyond, Vol.XI, No. 11, November 1986; and Bharat Protiva, Vol.XI, Whole No. 104, Spring 1987.
26. Contemporary Indo-English Poetry (ed: Bijoy Kumar Das). Language Forum, Vol.12, No.1-4, 1986; and Youth Age, Vol.14, No.7, January 1987.
27. Zero Hour (by Narendrapal Singh). Canopy, March 1987.
28. (i) Perceptions (by D.C. Chambial), and (ii) Visions and Voices (by M.A. Nare). Canopy, March 1987.
29. Another Moment (by Ajsa Zahirovic). Canopy, March 1987.
30. Voices From Within (by L.N. Mahapatra). Journal of South Asian Literature (Michigan), Vol. XXI, No. 2, Summer-Fall 1986, pp. 238-239.
31. Dead River (by L.N. Mahapatra). The Journal of Indian Writing in English (Gulbarga), Vol. 15, No. 2, July 1987.
32. Longing For You (by K. Balachandran). Canopy, July-November 1987.
33. Great Day Coming (by Lyle Glazier). Creative Forum, Vol.1, No.6, March 1988; Indian BookChronicle, Vol. XIII, No. 4, April 1988.
34. Shelley and Yeats: A Comparative Study (by B.C. Das). Rachna (New Delhi), Vol.1, Winter 1988.
35. From Zero to Eternity (by P. Raja). Kavita India (Muzaffarpur), Vol. I, No. 2, January 1988; Bharat Protiva, Vol. XII, Serial No.110, August 1988; and Littcrit, Vol.13, No.1&2, June-December 1987.
36. The Bloom (ed: Amal Ghose). Canopy, March-May 1988.
37. Contemporary Indian English Poetry (ed: I.H. Rizvi). Canopy, Vol.3, No.3-4, July-September 1988.
38. The Night Without Moon and Other Poems (by L.N. Mahapatra). Journal of South Asian Literature, Vol.23, No. 1,Winter-Spring 1988,pp. 243-246; and Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. XIV, No. 9, September 1989.
39. Oh This Bloody Game (by Niranjan Mohanty). GUETA Journal of English Studies (Ahmedabad), Vol.1, No. 1, 1990; and Creative Forum, Vol. 2, No. 1&2, January-June 1989.
40. Understanding Poetry: A Stylistic Approach (by G.D. Barche). The Rajasthan Journal of English Studies, Vol.10, 1989; and Creative Forum, Vol. 1, No.4, December 1988.
41. Stray Thoughts and Petals of Prayer (by K.L. Srihari). Creative Forum,Vol. 1, No.4, December 1988.
42. Dark Dragon (by Rajnee Krishnan Kutty). Canopy, Vol.4, No. 1&2, January-March 1989; and Creative Forum , Vol.2, No. 1&2, January-June 1989.
43. Tender Wings (by Dwarakanath H. Kabadi). Creative Forum, Vol.1, No. 3, October 1988.
44. The Audible Landscape (by O.P. Bhatnagar). Poetry (Berhampur), Vol. 13, No.1&2, 1988; andCreative Forum, Vol.1, No.4, December 1988.
45. Twilight Thoughts (by Tabish Khair). Canopy, Vol.4, No. 1&2, January-March 1989; and Creative Forum, Vol.2, No.1&2, January-June 1989.
46. Yatra (by Eugene D'Vaz, Christine Gomez, Yagna Sri Nambiar, Joe Dorairaj). Canopy, Vol.5, No.2&3, May-July 1990; Art and Poetry Today, Vol.XV, No. 3&4, July-October 1990; Creative Forum, Vol.2, No. 3&4, July-December 1989; and Littcrit, Vol. 16, No.1&2, 1990.
47. Melting Moments (by Dwarakanath H. Kabadi). Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. XV, No. 9, September 1990; Canopy, Vol.VI, No. 1&2, January-March 1991; and Art and Poetry Today, Vol.15, No.3&4, July-October 1990.
48. Poems (by Kalaignar M. Karunanidhi). Creative Forum, Vol.2, No. 3&4, June-December 1989.
49. Contemporary Indian English Love Poetry (ed: I.H. Rizvi). Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. XV, No. 11, November 1990;and Canopy, Vol. VI, No.1&2, January-March 1991.
50. Across the Falling Snow (by Baldev Mirza). Creative Forum , Vol. 2, No.3&4, July-December 1989.
51. (i) Falling Petals, (ii) Unfading Blooms, and (iii) Thirsty Pebbles (by I.H. Rizvi). Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. XVI, No. 12, December 1991.
52. Virginia Woolf: A Study of the Tragic Vision (by Ramadhar Singh). Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. XIX, No. 11, November 1994; and Creative Forum, Vol.12, No. 1-2, January-June 1999.
53. Voices of Anger and Sexuality: Some Recent Indian English Women Poets (a review of 24 books). Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. XX, No.5, May 1995.
54. Krishna Srinivas: A Critical Assessment of His Poetical Works (by Syed Ameeruddin). Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. XXI, No.3-4, March-April 1996.
55. Visioned Summits (by Syed Ameeruddin). Poet , Vol. 37, No. 8, August 1996, pp. 60-63; and The Scoria, Vol. 1, No.3, July 1996.
56. Fat : A Novel (by Raewyn Alexander). Littcrit, Vol. 23, No. 44-45, June-December 1997; Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. 22, No.2 February 1997; Critical Practice, Vol.4, No.1, January 1997; Language Forum, Vol. 23, No. 1-2, January-December 1997; Fantasy Adviser, Vol. I, No.4, April 1998.
57. the shortcut home (by PNW Donnelly, Catherine Mair, and Patricia Prime). Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. XXII, No. 11, November 1997.
58. Renderings: English Translation of Selected Poems of Karpoor Chandra Kulish (tr: I.K. Sharma and Narendra Sharma 'Kusum'). Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. XXII, No.5, May 1997; International Journal of Translation, Vol. 9, No. 1-2, January-December 1997; Creative Forum, Vol. 7, No. 3-4, July-December 1994/1997; (Revised) Translatio: Nouvelles De La FIT (Belgium), Vol. XIX, No.4, 2000, pp. 505-511; and a Hindi version in Rajasthan Patrika (Jaipur), Sunday Magazine, 8 June 1997.
59. The Dual Muse: The Writer as Artist, The Artist as Writer (by Johanna Drucker and William H. Gass; Exhibition Catalogue). Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. XXIII, No. 5, May 1998, pp. 22-24; Fantasy Adviser, Vol. 1, No.8, October 98, pp. 68-69; The Mawaheb International (Canada), October –December 2001, pp. 12-14.
60. Poems of Faiz Ahmad Faiz: A Poet of the Third World (tr: Mohammed Zakir and M.N. Menai). Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. XXIV, No. 1, January 1999; Creative Forum, Vol. 7, No. 3-4, July-December 1994/97; and Babel (Amsterdam), Vol. 47, No. 1, 2001, pp. 92-94.
61. The Voice of Feeling: Myth and Mythology in Keats's Major Poems (by Seemin Hasan). Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. XXIV, No. 6, June 1999, pp. 17-18; and Creative Forum, Vol. 12,No. 1-2, January-June 1999, pp. 117-121.
62. New Generation: Poems from China Today (ed: Wang Ping). Poet, Vol. 40, No. 9, September 1999, pp. 60-63; International Journal of Translation, Vol. 11, No. 1-2, January-December 1999, pp. 145-153;Indian Book Chronicle , Vol. XXV, No. 2, February 2000, pp. 8-10; SlugFest, Ltd (USA), Vol. X, No. 3-4, 1999-2000, pp. 17-18; Translatio: Nouvelle de la FIT, Vol. XIX, No. 1-2, 2000, pp. 129-132.
63. The Aching Vision (by Darshan Singh Maini). Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. 25, No. 7, July 2000, pp. 6-7; and Poet, Vol. 41, No. 41, No.11, November 2000, pp. 59-63.
64. the acorn book of contemporary haiku (eds: Lucien Stryk and Kevin Bailey). Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. 25, No. 11-12, November-December 2000, pp. 42-43; Poet, Vol. 42, No. 3, March 2001, pp. 59-63; and The Scoria , Vol. 3, No. 4, April 2001, pp. 37-38.
65. The Waffle of the Toffs: A Sociocultural Critique of Indian Writing in English (by M. Prabha).World Literature Today , Vol. 74, No.3, Summer 2000, p. 586; and (revised) Creative Forum, Vol. 13, No. 3-4, July-December 2000, pp. 126-132.
66. In the Ruins of Time (by Pronab Kumar Majumder). Indian Book Chronicle , Vol. XXVI, No. 4, April 2001, p. 19; and Cyber Literature, Vol. VII and VIII, No.1&2, June-December 2001, pp. 81-82.
67. In Golden Times (by S.L. Peeran). Poet , Vol. 42, No. 6, June 2001, pp. 56-59.
68. The Heians (by Bill West). Poet, Vol. 42, No. 6, June 2001, pp. 60-63; Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. XXVI, No. 5-6, May-June 2001, pp. 8-9; and Canopy, Vol. XVIII, No. 43&44, July 2001.
69. The Poetry of Jayanta Mahapatra (by Bijay Kumar Das). Researchers' Association Newsletter, Vol. II, No.1, June 2001.
70. A Survey of Indian English Poetry (by Satish Kumar). Poet, Vol. 42, No. 9, September 2001, pp. 56-57; and Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. XXVI, No.10, October 2001, p. 7.
71. Cooling Flames of Darkness (by O.P. Bhatnagar). Poet, Vol. 42, No. 9, September 2001, pp. 58-60; and Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. XXVI, No. 9, September 2001, p. 9.
72. Kabir: Selected Couplets from the Sakhi in Transversion (tr: Mohan Singh Karki). Babel, Vol. 47, No. 4, 2001, pp. 377-382; Poet, Vol. 42, No. 10, October 2001, pp. 56-60; and Creative Forum, Vol. 15, No. 1-2, January-June 2002, pp. 117-123.
73. Japanese Haiku: 2001 (ed: Modern Haiku Association, Tokyo). Babel, Vol. 48, No.4, 2002, pp. 377-381; International Journal of Translation , Vol. 14,No.1, January-June, 2002, pp. 163-167; and Poet, Vol. 43, No.2, February 2002, pp. 56-62.
74. Reflections (by Tejinder Kaur). Poet,Vol. 43, No. 3, March 2002, pp. 56-58; and Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. XXVII, No.3, March 2002, p. 9.
75. Deuce: Haiku Poems (by Kanwar Dinesh Singh and Patricia Prime). Poet, Vol.43, No. 6, June 2002, pp. 47-50; and Indian Book Chronicle , Vol. XXVIII, No.4, April 2003, p. 5.
76. Fettered Birds (by I.H. Rizvi). Canopy, Vol. XIX, No. 47-48, July 2002, pp. 33-36; and Poet, Vol. 43, No.8, August 2002, pp. 49-54.
77. Modern Theories of Poetic Criticism (by R.S. Tiwary). Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. XXVII, No. 9, September 2002, pp. 3-5; (revised) Points of View, Vol. IX, No.2, Winter 2002, pp. 124-125.
78. Blossoms of the Heart (by Ya. Su. Rajan). Poet, Vol. 43, No. 11, November 2002, pp. 54-58.
79. The Shade of the Raspberry Patch (by Dejan Bogojevic). Poet, Vol. 43, No. 12, December 2002, pp. 59-60.
80. The Far Horizons (by Darshan Singh Maini). Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. XXVII, No. 11, November 2002, pp. 5-6; and Creative Forum , Vol. 15, No. 3-4, July-December 2002, pp. 100-102.
81. Agony and Harmony (by Y.S. Rajan). Poet, Vol. 44, No. 2, February 2003, pp. 61-63; and Canopy, Vol. XX, No. 51-52, July 2003, pp. 31-32.
82. Flames to Kindle (by Damal Kannan). Poet, Vol. 44, No. 3, March 2003, pp. 48-50.
83. Cross and Creation (by Pashupati Jha). Creative Forum, Vol. 16, No. 1-2, January-June 2003, pp. 139-142; and Poet, Vol. 44, No. 4, April 2003, pp. 59-63.
84. On the Edge (by Sudha Iyer). Poet, Vol 44, No. 8, August 2003,pp. 61-63; and Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. 28, No. 8, August 2003, p. 16.
85. Continuity: Five Indian English Poets (ed: R.A. Singh). Poet, Vol.44, No.9, September 2003, pp. 59-60; and Explorer, Vol. 26, No. 1, Winter 2003, pp. 98-100.
86. A Call From the Unknown (by S.L. Peeran). Poet, Vol. 44, No.10, October 2003, pp. 46-51.
87. In Celebration: Women Poets of Pondicherry (ed: P. Raja). Poet, Vol. 44, No.10, October 2003, pp. 58-63.
88. Current Indian Creativity in English (by R.S. Tiwary). Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. 28, No. 11, November 2003, pp. 13-14; Poet, Vol. 44, No. 12, December 2003, pp. 48-53; and Points of View, Vol. XI, No. 1, Summer 2004, pp.120-121.
89. Moment and Other Poems (by Sunanda Mukherjee). Points of View, Vol. X, No. 2, Winter 2003, pp. 121-122.
90. (i)Lu and Badali (tr: I.K. Sharma), and (ii) Exuberance and Other Poems (tr: Ravi Nandan Sinha).Babel , Vol. 49, No.4, 2003, pp. 350-353;and International Journal of Translation, Vo. 16, No.2, July-December 2004, pp. 147-149.
91. Prometheus: the autobiography (by Uncle River). Moongate Internationale (, March 2004.
92. The Poems of Myriam Pierri and Giovanni Campisi in the trilogy collection Pacem in Terris, 2003.Creative Forum, Vol. 16, No.3-4, July-December 2003, pp. 139-142; and Indian Book Chronicle , Vol. 29, No. 3-4, March-April 2004, pp. 20-21.
93. To Live in Love (by P. Raja). Poetcrit, Vol. XVII, No. 2, July 2004, pp. 116-119.
94. Choosing Career Paths (by Y.S. Rajan). Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. 29, No.9, September 2004, pp. 3-4.
95. My Lady Broom and other Poems (by I.K. Sharma). Poet, Vol. 45, No. 12, December 2004, pp. 57-60; The Journal of Indian Writing in English, Vol.34, No.1, January 2006, pp. 93-96.
96. Collected Poems: 1979-2004 (by D.C. Chambial). Poet, Vol. 46, No. 3, March 2005, pp. 53-58; andReflections, Vol. III, No. 1&2, January & July 2004, pp. 131-135.
97. The Life Tree (by A.P.J. Abdul Kalam). Moongate Internationale(; Peace from Harmony( ) (in English) (in Russian), dated 3 June 2005; Poet , Vol. 46, No.7, July 2005, pp. 1-6; Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. XXX, No. 7, July 2005, pp. 3-4; Muse India (, Issue 3, July-September 2005; and Canopy, Vol. 27, No. 59-60, July 2005, pp 3-6; Points of View , Vol. XII, No. 2, Winter 2005, pp. 113-116; Creative Forum, Vol.20, no.2, July-December 2007, pp. 162-166.
98. Haiku and 0ther Poems (by I.H.Rizvi). Indian Book Chronicle , Vol. XXX, No. 12, December 2005, p. 2; Poet, Vol. 47, No.1, January 2006, pp. 61-63; Canopy, Vol. XXII, No. 61 and 62, January 2006, pp. 25-27.
99. Hope to Waken New Spring (by Ilse von Heydwolff). Poetcrit, Vol. XIX, No.1, January 2006, pp. 127-129.
100. K. D. Sethna: An Introduction through Interaction (by P. Raja). Poet, Vol. 47, No. 6, June 2006, pp. 59-63; Points of View, Vol. 13, No. 1, Summer 2006, pp. 119-120.
101. Bloom of Light (by Mela Ram Pandit). Poetcrit, Vol. XIX, No. 2, July 2006, pp. 131-132.
102. O.P.Bhatnagar: The Critic with a Big Heart (by I.K.Sharma). Journal of Indian Writing in English,Vol. 35, No.2, July 2007, pp. 61-64.
103. Jumping Genes (by Y.S. Rajan). Poet , Vol. 48, No. 1, January 2007, pp. 56-63; Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. 32, No.1, January 2007, pp. 9-10; Cyber Literature, Vol. XVIII, No. 2, December 2006, pp. 102-106; Creative Forum , Vol. 20, no.2, July-December 2007, pp. 166-170.
104. The Postcolonial Encounter: India in British Imagination (by Rita Nath Keshari). Muse India, ( Issue 13, May-June 2007; Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. XXXVII, No. 5, May 2007, pp. 14-15; Poetcrit, Vol. XX, No.2, July 2007, pp. 125-128; Creative Forum, Vol. 20, no.2, July-December 2007, pp. 153-156.
105. The Manas Epos: Across the Millennium (by J. Sindhu). Journal of Indian Writing in English, Vol. 35, No.2, July 2007, pp. 83-86.
106. Love Teaches Even Asses to Dance (by P.Raja). Muse India (, Issue 14, July-August 2007; Triveni, Vol. 76, No. 3, July-September 2007, pp. 57-58; Shine, 21st Issue, 2007, pp. 70-72.
107. Origin, Development and History of Indian English Poetry (by I.H.Rizvi and N.F.Rizvi). Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. XXXIII, No.3, March 2008, p. 11; Muse India, Issue 19, May-June 2008; Research, Vol.8, No.1, Spring 2008, pp. 108-111.
108. Ripples in the Lake (by C.L. Khatri). Creative Forum, Vol. 20, No.2, July-December 2007, pp. 160-162; Cyber Literature, Vol. 19 & 20, No. 1 & 2, January-December 2007, pp. 105-106.
109. A Textbook for Objective Questions in English Literature (by Manoj Kumar) and A Key to Literary Forms and Terms (by Sudhir K. Arora). Kohinoor, Vol.4, No.2, June 2008, pp. 47-50; Points of View, Vol. XV, No.2, Winter 2008, pp. 120-121; & id=1008644 (
110. Interpreting Literature: A Myth and a Reality (by G.D. Barche). Canopy, Vol.XXV, No. 71 & 72, July 2008, pp.; 45-47; Cyber Literature, Vol. 21, No.1, June 2008, pp. 100-104; Muse India, Issue 23, Jan-Feb 2009; Poetcrit, Vol.XXII, No.1, January 2009, pp.130-133.
111. Reappearance ( by Hsu ChiCheng). Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. XXXIII, No. 9, September 2008, p. 15; Atlanta Chinese News (GA, USA), Fri., August 29, 2008, p. A9; The World Poets Quarterly, Vol. 52, November 8, 2008, pp. 51-52; World News (Phillipines), November 11, 2008; Poetry World, Vol.2, No.5, September 2009, pp.61-63; and Breakthrough, November 18, 2012.
112. The Sun Will Rise Again (by Acharya Mahaprajna). South Asia Mail, July 07, 2009 (; Poetry World, Vol.2, No.8, December 2009, pp. 50-53;Research , Vol. 9, No.2, Autumn 2009, pp. 127-129.
113. Whisper of the Star (by Choi Lai Sheung)., The World Poets Quarterly, Vol. 58, May 8, 2010, pp. 41-42; Points of View, Vol. XVII, No.2. Winter 2010, pp. 120-121
114. Indian Poetry in English: A Critical Appraisal (by Amar Nath Prasad). Poetcrit, Vol,. XXIII, No.2, July 2010, pp. 161-162.
115. Themes in the Indian Short Story in English: An Historical and A Critical Survey (by Murli Das Malwani). Poetcrit, Vol.XXIII, No.2, pp. 167-169; Research, Vol. 10, No.2, Autumn 2010, pp. 129-132 (jointly with Sudeshna Pandey).
116. Breaking the Silence: A Caregiver's Voice (by Frances H. Kakugawa). ases&id=5245853
117. Garden of Bliss ( by S.L.Peeran). Research, Vol. 11, No.1, Spring 2011, pp. 113-115 (jointly with Aju Aravind).
118. Keki N. Daruwalla: The Poet and Novelist (by Asha Viswas). The Journal of Indian Writing in English, Vol. 40, No.1, January 2012, pp. 81-84. 

119. A Dictionary of Indian English Litterateurs: 1894-2010 (comp. & ed. Mahendra S. 
Rana). IndianBook Chronicle, Vol. XXXVII, No. 10-11, Oct.-Nov. 2012, p. 2.

120. Blossoming Blossoms of Poetry: Selected Poems (Hsu ChiCheng). Poetcrit, vol. XXVI, No.1, January 2013, pp. 173-174; The World Poets Quarterly, Vol. 69, February 8, 2013 (Chinese/English), pp. 43-44; Transfire, Issue 14, January-March 2015, pp. 70-73.
121. Selected Poems of A. Mao (A. Mao, poet; Zhang Zhizhang, translator). Reviewer’s Bookwatch, Vol. 13, No.5, May 2013
Aussie-Sino Studies, Vol.1, No.1, 2015, pp. 100-101.
122. Metric Conversions: Poetry of Our Time (edited, compiled and translated into Crimean Tatar by Taner Murat, with illustrations by Sagida Siraziy). 


I. M.Phil:

1. Swagata Ray. Stylistic Analysis of P. K. Majumder's Poetry. 2008.

2. Emelle Basu. R. Rabindranath Menon: A Thematic Study. 2009.

3. Loni Lavanya. Y. 
S. Rajan's Poetry: A Stylistic Analysis. 2009.

4. Rajiv Ranjan Tewari. Indianness in Syed Amiruddin's Poetry: An Analysis. 2009.

5. Priyanka Jha. The Poetry of A. P. J. 
Abdul Kalam: Constructing the Changing Nation. 2009.

6. Kumari Rashmi. P. K. Joy's Poetry: A 
Critical Assessment of His Themes and Techniques. 2010.

7. Sudeshna Pandey. Short Stories of 
Jhumpa Lahiri: A Sociocultural Perspective. 2010.

8. Archana Sinha. Creative Tension in the Poetry of Mani Rao. 2011.

9. Sudrity Roy. B. Ahmed As a Playwright. 2011.

10. Shraddha Nidhi. Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni: Her Short Stories. 2011.

11. Sadaf Jamal. Recent Indian English Women's Poetry: Characteristic Trends. 2011.

12. Sweta Kumari. Pashupati Jha: AQuest for Values. 2013.
13. Shah Al Mamun Sarkar. Human Relationship in Raj Kama Jha's The Blue Bedspread. 2013.
14. Pallavi Kiran. Social Consciousness in the Poetry of Biplab Majumdar. 2013
15. Namrata Prerna Horo. Tabish Khair: A Search for Identity. 2013
16. Queen Sarkar. A Lesbian Critical Study of Raewyn Alexander’s Fat. 2014
17. Simon  Kisku. A Contextual Study of Ross Donlon’s Poetry. 2014
18. Annu Bharti. A Study of the Short Stories of Pronab Kumar Majumder. 2014
19. Mohini Dubey. Eve Ensler: Wisdom of the Body. 2015
20. Ruby Kumari. P. Raja as a Story Teller. 2015

II. Ph.D.:

1. Ram Kulesh Thakur. Maha Nand Sharma and I.K. Sharma: A Study in Poetic Communication.  September 2012.

2. Priya Kumari. Teaching English to Underprivileged Technical Students: An Empirical Study Towards Designing a Framework. (Co-guide). December 2013 .


I.  Ph.D. Theses :

1.       Themes and Narrative Techniques in the Novels of Arun Joshi (by Joy Abraham). University of  Calicut. July 1990.
2.       The Theme of Death and Suffering in the Poetry of Krishna Srinivas, Shiv K. Kumar and O.P. Bhatnagar (by D.C. Chambial). Himachal Pradesh University, July 1993.
3.       Tradition and Modernity in the Novels of R.K. Narayan and Raja Rao (by Meenakshi). Kashi Vidyapith, Varanasi, April 1994.
4.       Alienation in the Poetry of John Berryman (by Anil Singh). Dr H.S. Gaur Vishwavidyalaya, Sagar, June 1994.
5.       An Experimental Evaluation and Analysis of the English Syllabus at the PU Level of NEHU: A Case Study of the Rural Colleges of Mizoram (by Gautam Banerjee). North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong, May 1997.
6.       Novels of William Seward Burroughs: His Themes and Techniques (by Giri Raj Singh). Ch. Charan Singh University, Meerut, October 1998.
7.       Realism in the Novels of Khushwant Singh (by Niharika Nayak). Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, January 1999.
8.       The Poetry of O.P. Bhatnagar (by Vibha Agrawal). Nagpur University, February 1999.
9.       Characterisation in the Novels of Ruth Prawer Jhabvala: A Study in Cultural Configuration (by S. Ambika). University of Kerala, July 2000.
10.   A Study of Human Relationships in the Major Plays of Euguene O’Neill (by Anurag Agrawal). University of Allahabad, October 2000.
11.   Realism in the Poetry of Nissim Ezekiel (by Prafulla Chandra Mishra). Utkal University, December 2000.
12.   Post-Colonial Indian English Poetry: A Study of Five Indian English Poets (by Krushna Chandra Maharana). Utkal University, April 2001.
13.   Designing A Remedial Course for the Learners of English at the +2 Level of Students in Orissa (by Pradip Kumar Mishra). Berhampur University, October 2001.
14.   A Critical Evaluation of Manoj Das as a Short Story Writer (by G.G. Baghmar). Nagpur University, November 2001.
15.   V.S. Naipaul’s Fiction: A Study of Political Ideology (by Kartik Chandra Mishra). Utkal University, March 2002.
16.   A Critical Study of the Philosophy of Swami Vivekanand (by Poonam Soni). Dr Ram Manohar Lohia Awadh Vishwavidyalaya, Faizabad, May 2002.
17.   The Social Problem Faced by Immigrants and the Sense of Isolation in the Central Characters as Projected in the Major Fiction of Anita Desai (by Rashmi Mishra). Utkal University, July 2002.
18.   Formalism and Beyond Murray Krieger’s Literary Theory (by Yashwant Singh). Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapith, Varanasi, October 2002.
19.   A Study of the Influence of Leslie Stephen on Virginia Woolf’s Major Novels (by Mary Benny). Nagpur University, May 2003.
20.   A Re-appraisal of Shakespeare’s Comic Plays in the Light of Bharata’s Natya Shastra (by Smt Preeti Pathak). B.R. Ambedkar University, Agra, July 2004.
21.   Shashi Deshpande: A Feminist Study of Her Fictional Works (by Pravin G. Joshi). Nagpur University, February 2005.
22.   A Critical Study of the Assimilation and Synthesis of Ideas in the Poems of W.H. Auden (by S.G. Kurup). Amravati University, Amravati, March 2005.
23.   Crisis and Quest for Order: A Study of the Major Novels of V.S. Naipaul (BY Rama Chandra Panda). Utkal University, May 2005.
24.   The English Textbooks and the Tribal Learners of Orissa: A Training Course for Teachers to Supplement the Non-Tribal Culture Biased Textbooks  (by Binodini Patra). Utkal University, August 2005.
25.   The Plays of Sri Aurobindo: A Study of His Vision of Man and Life (by Subhrasher Kumar  Mahapatra). Utkal University, September 2005.
26.   Preparation of Bilingual (English-English-Oriya) Pedagogic Dictionary for the Learners of English in Secondary Schools of Orissa (by Parvat Kumari Das). Utkal University, July 2006.
27.   Tradition and Modernity in the Novels of R.K. Narayan: A Deconstructionist Perspective (by Rattan Singh). Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, April 2006.
28.   Woman in Introspection and Familial Relationships in Anita Desai’s Novels (by Ms Alka Gorle). Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University, Nagpur, March 2006.
29.   Ralph Waldo Emerson: Man and Thinker with special Reference to His Essays (by JyotiVishnoi). M.J.P. Rohilkhand University, Bareilly, July 2006.
30.   A Critical Study of the Fiction of Vikram Seth (with Reference to ‘A Suitable Boy’) (by Miss Tripty Seth). August 2006. 
31.   Projection of ‘Female Self’ in the Short Stories of Eudora Welty (by G.S. Vairale). Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University, Amravati, September 2006.
32.   The Concept of Humanism in the Novels of R.K. Narayan (by Prashant M. Thakare). Amravati University, January 2008.
33.   Theme of Spirituality in the Poetry and Prefaces of Maha Nand Sharma (by Rachna Singh). C.C.S. University, Meerut, February 2010.
34.   Feminist Vision in the Novels of Jane Austen (by Jigyasa Pandey). University of Allahabad, May 2010.
35.   A Deconstructionist Study of Amitav Ghosh’s The Circle Reason, The Shadow Lines and The Glass Palace (by Tamishra Swain). Banasthali Vidyapith, Banasthali (Raj.), Sept 2010.
36.   Taboos, Tastes and Tales of Rushdie: A Study of Socio-cultural Dimension (by Vinita Mishra). Banasthali  Vidyapith, Banasthali (Raj.), October 2010.
37.   A Study of the Novels of Anita Desai and Arundhati Roy: A Critical Comparison in Stylistics (by Yogendra Singh). University of Allahabad, October 2011.
38.   Native in the Early Poetry of Ted Hughes: A Critical Study (by Fauzia Usmani). Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, March 2012.
39.   Study of Exploited Characters in the Novels of Mulk Raj Anand with Special Reference to Untouchable, Coolie, and Two Leaves and a Bud  (by Sonika Sharma). University of Allahabad, December 2012.
40.   The Problematics of Human Suffering: A Study of Mulk Raj Anand’s Untouchable and Om Prakash Valmiki’s Joothan, Kamala Markandaya’s Nectar in a Sieve and Prem Chand’s Godan, Gurdial Singh’s Marhi da diva and Chaman Nahal’s Azadi (by Susheel Kumar). Himachal Pradesh University, December 2013.
41.   Existentialism in the Works of William Golding and Doris Lessing (by Dalia Bhattacharjee). Nagaland University, Kohima, November 2014.
42.   Racial Discrimination in Indian Diaspora Fiction: A Select Study (by Haroon Rasheed). Lucknow University, April 2015.

II.  M.Phil dissertations:

1. Image of Women in the Novels of Kamala Markandaya (by N.R. Mishra). Berhampur University,   Berhampur, February 1994.

2. Revolutionary  Elements in the Poetry of Blake and Shelley (by Ajaib Singh). Punjabi University, Patiala, March 1998.


Poet (Madras, Skylark(Aligarh), Indian Literature (New Delhi), Journal of Indian Writing in English (Gulbarga), The Educatonal Journal (New Delhi), ELT Forum Journal of India (Bombay), ELT Forum Journal of English Studies (Tellicherry), Rajasthan Journal of English Studies (Amravati/Jaipur), Kaiser-e-Hind (Bombay),  Commonwealth Quarterly (Mysore), Kuensel (Bhutan), Indian and Foreign Review (New Delhi), Quill (New Delhu), Unilit (Secunderabad), The Century (New Delhi), Adam and Eve (Madras), The Third Eye (Calcutta), University Today (New Delhi), The Call Beyond (New Delhi), Samvedana (Mangalore), Youth Age (Pondicherry), Asparagus (Hyderabad), Poetry Time (Berhampur), Poesie (Berhampur), Bharat Protiva (Calcutta), Byword (New Delhi), Poetry (Aska/Berhampur), Art and Poetry Today (New Delhi), Poets International (Bangalore), Canopy (Bareilly), Rock Pebbles (Cuttack), New Literary Horizons (Amravati), Indian Book Chronicle (Jaipur), Poetcrit (Maranda), Kavita India (Muzaffarpur), Ocarina (Madras), Rachna India (New Delhi), Hesperus Review (Calcutta), Eureka (Porbandar), International Poetry (Colorado, USA), The Indian Writer (Madras), Broadsheet (Aligarh), Triveni (Guntur/Hyderabad), Kanora (Colombia), Noreal (Caen, France), Kaiser-e-Hind (Bombay), Manxa (Ciudad Real, Spain), Symphony (Cuttack), Creative Forum (New Delhi), Puck and Pluck (Florida), CER*BER*US (Florida), East and West Literary Quarterly (San Francisco), Poiesis (Bombay), Prophetic Voices (Novato, CA), International Poets (Madras), Young Poet (Tellicherry), Creative Inspiration (Queensland, Australia), FEM-LIT (Kendrapara), Forum (New Zealand), BAFA Newsletter (Maastricht, The Netherlands), Arts Dialogue (Apeldoorn, The Netherlands), Bridge in Making (Calcutta), Indian Literary Panorama (Bombay), Haritham (Kottayam), Friends in Touch (New Mexico,USA), Thirteen Poetry Magazine (New York), Fantasy (Allahabad), Fun (Allahabad), Amber (Dartmouth, Canada), Twilight Ending (Milford, CT), Micropress 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NC, USA), The Poetry Chain (Trivandrum), The Haiku Quarterly (Swindon, UK), Kafla Intercontinental (Chandigarh), Poetry Today (Calcutta), LOTOS (Yugoslavia), The Green Valleys & Golden Fields Weekly (Dehradun), Green Apples (Tolmin, Slovenia), The Tanka Journal (Tokyo), The Mawaheb International (Canada), Shine (Thanjavur), Haiku Spirit (Ireland), Phegoz (Greece), Dasoku (USA), Hidden Oak (Philadelphia, USA), YoMiMoNo (Japan), Metverse Muse (Visakhapatnam), Ilakkia Ciragu (Tanjavur/Pottukkottai), Indo-Asian Literature (Delhi), Explorer (Sasaram), Voice of Calcutta (Calcutta), The Green Lotus (Bhubaneswar), Presence (Leeds, UK), Ko (Nagoya, Japan), Lynx (USA), Poesie India International (Bhubaneswar), Orfeu (Romania), Osvit (Yugoslavia), Asahi Shimbun (Japan), The Golden Vase (Bhubaneswar), Ginyu (Japan), The Prince of Poetry (Chennai), Mainichi Daily News (Japan), Bizz Buzz (Bangalore), Mandakini (Bareilly), Evergreen (Japan), Re-Markings (Agra), Fonto (Brazil), Culturelink (Croatia), 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1. Intercontinental Poetry: An Introduction (ed: R.A. Joshi/O.P. Bhatnagar). 
Jaipur, 1979.

2. New Dimensions in Indo-English Poetry (ed: O.P. Bhatnagar). Amravati, 1981.
3. Rising Columns: Some Indian Poets in English (ed: O.P. Bhatnagar). Amravati, 1981.
4. Modern Trends in Indo-Anglian Poetry (ed: H.S. Bhatia). Khanna, 1982.
5. Prevalent Aspects of Indian English Poetry (ed: H.S. Bhatia). Khanna, 1983-84.
6. Indo-Australian Flowers (ed: V.S. Skanda Prasad). Mangalore, 1984.
7. The Horizon: An Anthology of English Verses (ed: G. Venkataraman). Tanjore, 1984.
8. Prism: An Anthology of Experimental English Verse (d: The Kambuja International). Tanjore, 1984.
9. Voices From Within: An Anthology of Contemporary Poetry (ed: Laxmi Narayan Mahapatra). Berhampur, 1985.
10. The Ruptured Silence (ed: Laxmi Narayan Mahapatra). Berhampur, 1985.
12. Considerations (ed: Niranjan Mohanty). Berhampur 1985.
13. Reading for Professional Purposes: Methods and Materials in Teaching Languages (ed: J.M. Ulijn and A.K. Pugh). Leuwen: ACCO, 1985.
14. Infoterm Proceedings, Second Infoterm Symposium (Infoterm Series 8). Munchen/New York/London/Paris: K.G. Saur 1986.
15. The Vision and the Voice, Vol.I (ed: G.P. Baghmar). Nagpur, 1987.
16. Pancontinental Premier Poets Anthology 1985-86 (eds: Bohumila Falkowski, Edwin Falkowski, Marie L Nun). Madras and California, 1986.
17. Resonances (ed: Laxmi Narayan Mahapatra). Berhampur, 1986.
18. New Bearings II (ed: Jennifer Draskau). Copenhagen, 1987.
19. Indian English Writing: 1981-85 (ed: R.K. Singh).New Delhi, 1987.
20. New Voices in Indian Parnassus/POET, Vol. 28, No.9,September 1987 (ed: Krishna Srinivas). Madras, 1987.
21. The Symphony Humane (ed: Laxmi Narayan Mahapatra). Berhampur, 1987.
22. Freshness of the Ancient: Ocarina double annual: 1986-1987 (eds: Menke Katz, Amal Ghose and others). Madras, 1988.
23. Proceedings on National Workshop on Language and Technical Education, April 7-9, 1986, IIT Kanpur, 1988.
24. Contemporary Indian English Poetry (ed: I.H. Rizvi). Bareilly, 1988.
25. Poetry Intercontinental: Part I (ed: Prakash Joshi). Amravati, 1988.
26. International Poetry (ed: Teresenka Pareira). Colorado, 1988.
27. Pancontinental Premier Poets: The Tenth Biennial Anthology (eds: Bohumila Falkowski, Edwin A. Falkowski, and Marie L Nun). Madras/California, 1988.
28. The Crusading Icons (ed: Laxmi Narayan Mahapatra). Berhampur, 1989.
29. The Trapped Word (ed: Sailendra Narayan Tripathy). Berhampur, 1988.
30. Snows to the Seas: An Anthology of Contemporary IndoEnglish Poetry (ed: M.A. Nare). Amravati, 1989.
31. Contemporary Indian English Love Poetry (ed: I.H. Rizvi). Bareilly, 1990.
32. World Poetry (ed: Krishna Srinivas). Madras, 1990.
33. Proceedings of the Colloquium on World Environment Day Celebration: Environmental Protection in Mining Areas, June 5, 1990 (ed: R. Ghosh). Dhanbad, 1990.
34. Third Eye: An Anthology of Contemporary Indian English Poetry (ed: Laxmi Narayan Mahapatra). Berhampur, 1991.
35. Some Papers on Higher Education in India (ed: Maheep Singh). New Delhi, 1991.
36. Indian Poetry in English: Old and New (eds: O P Bhatnagar and R A Joshi). Jaipur, 1989.
37. Summer's Treasures (ed: Rosalie Avara). Texas, 1992.
38. P.K. Joy: The Man and the Poet (ed: G.S. Balarama Gupta). Madras, 1991.
39. English in India: Theoretical and Applied Issues (ed: Omkar N. Kaul). New Delhi, 1992.
40. Recent Indian English Poets: Expressions and Beliefs (ed: R.K. Singh). New Delhi, 1992.
41. Quest for Identity in Indian English Writing Part-2 (ed: R.S. Pathak). New Delhi, 1992.
42. International Poetry (ed: Teresinka Pereira). Bluffton, Ohio, 1991-1992.
43. Prophetic Voices (ed: Ruth Wildes Schuler). Books XVII and XVIII. Novato, California, 1992.
44. International Poets (ed: Syed Ameeruddin). Madras, 1992.
45. Interviews with Indians Writing in English (ed: Atma Ram). Calcutta, 1992.
46. Prophetic Voices (ed: Ruth Wildes Schuler), Book XIX. Novato, California, 1993.
47. World Poetry: 1993 (ed: Kim Young Sam). Korea, 1993.
48. World Poetry: 1993 (ed: Krishna Srinivas). Madras, 1993.
49. World Poetry: 1994 (ed: Krishna Srinivas). Madras. 1994.
50. Second Language Acquisition: Sociocultural and Lniguistic Aspects of English in India (eds: R K Agnihotri and A L Khanna). New Delhi, 1994.
51. Prophetic Voices (ed: Ruth Wildes Schuler), Book XX. Novato, California, 1994.
52. Heaven (ed: Bidhan Datta). Calcutta, 1994.
53. Prophetic Voices (ed: Ruth Wildes Schuler), Book XXI. Novato, California, 1994.
54. Indianization of English Language and Literature (ed: R.S. Pathak). New Delhi, 1994.
55. Antologia en Versos Do Movimento Poetico en Sao Paulo (ed: Wilson de Oliveira Jasa). Brazil, 1994.
56. World Poetry: 1995 (ed: Krishna Srinivas). Madras, 1995.
57. World Poet Ikeda (World Poetry Society). Madras, 1994.
58. Dance on the Horizon (National Library of Poetry). Maryland, 1994.
59. World Poetry: 1994 (ed: Kim Joung Woong). Seoul, 1994.
60. Prophetic Voices (ed: Ruth Wildes Schuler), Book XXII. California, 1995.
61. ELT at Cross Roads (eds: Gautam Banerjee and Siddhartha Ganguli). Titagarh, 1995.
62. Prophetic Voicees (ed: Ruth Wildes Schuler), Book XXIII. California, 1995.
63. World Poetry: 95 (ed: Kim Joung Woong), 13th Series. Seoul, 1995.
64. Lydia Sigourney: An Anthology in Memoriam (ed: M. Myers). Bristol, 1995.
65. World Poetry: 1996 (ed: Krishna Srinivas). Madras, 1996.
66. Beneath the Harvest Moon (National Library of Poetry). Maryland, 1996.
67. Prophetic Voices (ed: Ruth Wildes Schuler), Book XXIV. California, 1996.
68. Indian Response to Literary Theories (ed: R.S. Pathak). New Delhi, 1996.
69. Theory and Interpretation of Literature (ed: Charu Sheel Singh ). New Delhi, 1996.
70. Indian Writings in English, Vol. I(ed: Manmohan K. Bhatnagar). New Delhi, 1996.
71. Indian Writings in English, Vol.II (ed: Manmohan K. Bhatnagar). New Delhi, 1996.
72. Twentieth Century Literature in English, Vol.III (ed: Manmohan K. Bhatnagar). New Delhi, 1996.
73. Harriet Spofford: An Anthology in Memoriam (ed: M. Myers). Bristol, 1996.
74. Translation: It's Theory and Practice (ed: Avadesh K. Singh). New Delhi: Creative Books, 1996.
75. World Poetry: 1997 (ed: Krishna Srinivas). Madras, 1997.
76. Paul Dunbar: An Anthology in Memoriam (ed: M. Myers). Bristol, 1997.
77. Poems 97: An Anthology (ed: Ravi Nandan Sinha). Ranchi, 1997.
78. John Keats: Poetry and Poetics(ed: R.S. Pathak). New Delhi, 1997.
79. Richard Henry Wilde: An Anthology in Memoriam (ed: M. Myers). Bristol, 1997.
80. Spectrum History of Indian Literature in English (eds: Ram Sevak Singh and Charu Sheel Singh). New Delhi, 1997.
81. Responses to I.H. Rizvi's Poetry (ed: I.H. Rizvi). Bareilly, 1997.
82. Love and Peace: World Poetry Anthology (ed: M. Fakhruddin). Bangalore, 1997.
83. Sri Aurobindo: Critical Considerations (ed: O.P. Mathur). Bareilly, 1997; revised and reprinted, 2002.
84. Moon 'n' Cuckoo's Nest (eds: Stella Browning, Teresinka Pereira, Ruth Wildes Schuler and Sailendra Narayan Tripathy). Berhampur, 1998.
85. World Poetry: 1998 (ed: Krishna Srinivas). Chennai, 1998.
86. Commonwealth English Literature (ed: M.K. Bhatnagar). New Delhi, 1999.
87. Psychic Knot: Search for Tolerance in Indian English Fiction (ed: R.K. Singh). New Delhi, 1998.
88. New Zealand Literature: Recent Trends (ed: R.K. Singh). New Delhi, 1998.
89. World Potery: 1999 (ed: Krishna Srinivas). Chennai, 1999.
90. Contemporary Indian Literature in English: A Humanistic Perspective (ed: Mithilesh K. Pandey). Ludhiana, 1999.
91. Glimpses: A Selection of Published Articles About Stephen Gill and His Books. Ontario, Canada, 1999.
92. The Shadows Undulate (ed: Dejan Bogojevic). Valjevo, Yugoslavia, 1999, 2000.
93. The 33rd A-Bomb Day Memorial Haiku Meeting. Kyoto Museum, Kyoto, 1999.
94. Heaven: 99: A Book of Poetry (ed: Bidhan Datta). Calcutta, 1999.
95. The Art of Haiku (ed: Gerald England). Cheshire, UK, 2000.
96. Poetry Globe: 1999 (ed: Pradip Kumar Chaudhury). Calcutta, 1999.
97. Azami: The Year 2000 (ed: Patricia Neubauer). Allentown, PA, 2000.
98. World Poetry: 2000 (ed: Krishna Srinivas). Chennai, 2000.
99. The Acorn Book of Contemporary Haiku (eds: Lucien Stryk and Kevin Bailey). Surrey, 2000.
100. Poetry Bridge-in-Making Millennium:2000: An Anthology of Poems (ed: Pronab Kumar Majumder). Kolkata. 2000.
101. Poppies with Pride (ed. Sandra Lunnon). West Sussex, 2000.
102. Indian Poets United (ed: Mandal Bijoy Beg). Bhubaneswar, 2000
103. Heaven: 2000 (ed: Bidhan Datta). Calcutta, 2000.
104. Explore World Peace Mission: An Anthology of World Poems (ed. Hasina Kharbih). Shillong, 2000.
105. Second Attempt (ed: M.S. Venkata Ramaiah). Bangalore, 2000.
106. Essays on Canadian Literature (ed: K. Balachandran). Bareilly, 2001.
107. The Award-Winners' Haiku Collection Book (City of Kumamoto, Japan). 2001.
108. Poets International 2001 (ed: M. Fakhruddin). Bangalore, 2001.
109. The Brain Wave: Anthology One (ed: K. Jagannathan). Chennai, 2000.
110. Through the Garden Gate (ed: Sandra Lunnon). West Sussex, 2001.
111. The Language of Love (ed: Sandra Lunnon). West Sussex, 2001.
112. Spread the Word (ed: Sandra Lunnon). West Sussex. 2001.
113. Millennium Mood: 2001 (ed: C.L. Khatri). Patna, 2001.
114. Third Dimension (ed: M.S. Venkata Ramaiah). Bangalore, 2001.
115. Heaven: 2001 (ed: Bidhan Datta). Calcutta, 2001.
116. Writers of the Indian Diaspora (ed: R.K.Dhawan). New Delhi: Prestige, 2001.
117. The Road Between Mountains: bilingual anthology of haiku (ed: Dejan Bogojevic). Yugoslavia, 2002.
118. Haiku: 'The Leaves are Back on the Tree' : International anthology (ed: Zoe Savina). Athens, 2002.
119. Judgement: An Anthology of Papers on the Poetry of O.P. Bhatnagar (ed: R.A. Singh). Jaipur, 2002.
120. Immortal Paradigms: Sri Aurobindo Home-Coming Centenary Volume (ed: Charu Sheel Singh). New Delhi, 2002.
121. Heaven: 2002 (ed: Bidhan Datta). Calcutta, 2002.
122. Anumana (by Myriam Pierri, Giovanni Campisi and Leo Rebello). Trento, Italy, 2002.
123. We remember you: Mrs Indira Gandhi, Mr Rajiv Gandhi. Aligarh, 2003.
124. Above Treetops (ed: Dejan Bogojevic). Valjevo, Serbia, 2003.
125. Continuity: Five Indian English Poets (ed: R.A. Singh). Jaipur, 2003.
126. Current Indian Creativity in English (by R.S Tiwari). Jaipur, 2003.
127. Choir-Angels (by Myriam Pierri, Giovanni Campisi, Joy Rainey King). Trento, Italy, 2003.
128. Critical Studies on Indian Literature (ed. R.A. Singh). Jaipur, 2003.
129. Ich traume deinen Rhythmus (ed: Ingo Cesaro). Kronach, 2003.
130. Heaven: 2003 (ed: Bidhan Datta). Kolkata, 2003.
131. Purbodesh: An Asian Poets Anthology (ed: Bidhan Datta). Kolkata, 2004.
132. 10th Memorial Haiku Book (ed: Yasuomi Koganei). Tokyo, 2004.
133. Critical Studies on Indian Writing in English (eds: R.A. Singh and K. Kumar). Jaipur, 2003.
134. Das Gewicht Des Glucks (ed: Ingo Cesaro). Kronach, 2004.
135. Major Indo-English Poets and Poetry (ed: Pramod Kumar Singh). Jaipur, 2004.
136. VoicesNet Anthology No. 10. Ohio, 2004.
137. Heaven: 2004 (ed: Bidhan Datta). Kolkata, 2004.
138. VoicesNet Anthology No. 12. Ohio, 2005.
139. Critical Responses to Indian Writing in English: Essays in Honour of Dr A.P.J. Abdul Kalam (ed: K. Balachandran). New Delhi, 2004.
140. Heaven: 2005 (ed: Bidhan Datta). Kolkata, 2005.
141. Fire Pearls: Short Masterpieces of the Human Heart (ed: M. Kei). 2006. &; USA: Barnes & Noble.
142. El-Dorado: An Anthology on World Literature (ed: Bhaskar Roy Burman). New Delhi: Authors Press, 2006
143. Critical Studies on Indian Writing in English (ed: K. Kumar and R.A. Singh). Jaipur: Book Enclave, 2003.
144. Translation: Its Theory & Practice (ed: Avadhesh K. Singh). New Delhi: Creative Books, 1996.
145.  The Poetry of D.C. Chambial: Essays in Evaluation (ed: T.V. Reddy). Maranda: Poetcrit Publications, 2007.
146. Busy Bee Book of Contemporary Indian English Poetry (eds: P.Raja and Rita Nath Keshari). Pondicherry: Busy Bee Books, November 2007.
147. Landfall (eds: Denis M. Garrison and Michael McClintock). Baltimore: Modern English Tanka Press, 2007;
148. Haiku Harvest:2001-2006 (ed. Dennis M. Garrison). Baltimore: Modern English Tanka Press,
149. Interpreting Literature: A Myth and a Reality (by G.D. Barche). Bareilly: Prakash Book Depot, 2008.
150. Veyilolugum Gudisaigal (ed: M. Ramalingam). Pottukkottai, Tamilnadu, 2008.
151. Women Writers in English: A Comprehensive Study (ed: Gauri Shankar Jha). New Delhi: Authors Press, 2008.
152. Rainbow: True Colours of Life (ed: Sanjay Singh Parihar 'Padm'). Mandsaur, 2008.
153. Brave New Wave: 21 Indian English Poets (ed: K.V.Raghupathi). Jaipur: Book Enclave, 2009.
154. Create4U: In the Beginning, Vol.1, Netherlands: 2009.
155. Take Five: Best Contemporary Tanka,(ed. M. Kei). Vol. Two. Baltimore: MET Press. 2010.
156. A Posy of Poesy (eds: P. Gopichand and P. Nagasuseela). Guntur: DDS Multimedia, 2009.
157. Discourses on Contemporary Indian English Poets (ed. K.V. Dominic). New Delhi: Gnosis, 2010
158. Indian English Poetry: A Discovery (eds: C.L. Khatri and Sudhir K. Arora). Jaipur: Aadi Publications, 2010.
159. Indian Poetry in English: A Comprehensive Study (ed: Vijay Kumar Roy). New Delhi: AdhyayanPublishers & Distributors, 2011.
160. A Dictionary of Contemporary International Poets (eds: Choi Lai Sheung and Zhnag Zhi). Chongqing City, P.R.China: The Earth Culture Press, 2010.
161. Take Five: Best Contemporary Tanka, Volume Three. (Eds. M. Kei et al). Baltimore, Maryland: MET Press, 2010.
162. Spasms of Light: Wonder Haiku Worlds Anthology 1. (eds: Narayanan Raghunathan and Shyam Santhanam). North Charleston, SC, USA:, 2011.
163. The Melodies of Immortality. (ed. Vijay Kumar Roy). New Delhi: Alfa Publications, 2012.
164. Discourses on Five Indian Poets in English (ed. K.V. Dominic). New Delhi: Authors Press, 2011.
165. Critical Perspectives on the Poetry of R.K. Singh, D.C. Chambial and I.K. Sharma (ed. K.V. Dominic). New Delhi: ACCESS, 2011.
166. English Poetry in India: A Secular Viewpoint (eds. P.C.K. Prem and D.C. Chambial). Jaipiur: Aavishkar Publishers, 2011.
167. Indian Poetry in English: In Search of Identity (ed. Rajni Singh and Ram Krishna Singh). New Delhi: Authors Press, 2012.
168. The Melodies of Immortality (ed. Vijay Kumar Roy). New Delhi: Alfa Publications, 2012.
169. Contemporary Poets (ed. M.S. Venkata Ramaiah). Bangalore: Bizz Buuz, 2012.

170. SenSexual: A Unique Anthology 2013, Vol.1 (ed: Susana Mayer), USA: SenSexual Press, 2013 (
171. Fire Pearls 2: Short Masterpieces  of Love and Passion (ed. M. Kei). Maryland: Keibooks, 2013.
172. The Dance of Peacock: An Anthology of English Poetry for India (ed. Vivekanand Jha). Canada: Hidden Brook Press, 2013.
173. Metric Conversions: Poetry of Our Time (edited, compiled and translated into Crimean Tatar by Taner Murat).  Iasi: Editura StudIS,2013.
174. Exiled Among Natives: An Anthology of Contemporary Poetry (eds. Binod Mishraand Charu Sheel Singh). New Delhi: Adhyayan Publishers, 2013.
175. Poetry World: Annual Anthology (ed. S. Krishnan). Chennai: S. Krishnan, 2013.
176. First Katha Book of Haiku, Haibun, Senryu & Tanka (eds. Kala Ramesh, Johannes Manjrekar and Vidur Jyoti). New Delhi: Katha, 2013.
177. Cultural Contexts in English Language Learning and Teaching (ed: Md. Mojibur Rahman). Jaipur: Yking Books, 2014.
178. Poetry Nook, Volume 4 (eds: Frank Watson and Tiara Winter-Schorr). USA: Plum White Press, 2014.
179. Peace, the Poetry of Life (ed. Rira Abbasi). Tehran: Negat Publication, 2014. 
180. Three Line Poetry Issue 27. (ed. Glen Lyvers). VA: Prolific Press, 2014.
181.World Poetry Yearbook 2013 (eds: Choi Lai Sheung and Zhang Zhi). Chongqing City: The Earth Culture Press, 2014
182. Current Indian Writing in English: Essays and Interviews (ed. Kanwar Dinesh Singh). New Delhi: Sarup Book Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 2010. 
183. 22 Samobarski haiku susreti: Darko Plazanin. Samobor: Matrix Croatiaca Samobor, 2014
184. 23 Samobarski haiku susreti: Darko Plazanin. Samobor: Matrix Croatiaca Samobor, 2015
185. World Poetry Yearbook 2014 (eds. Zhang Zhi & Lai Tingjie). Chongqing City: The Earth Culture Press, 2015
186. Eastern Structures (eds. R.W. Watkins, Priscilla Lignori and others), No.3 (Vol.1). CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2017 
187. 24 Samobarski haiku susreti: Darko Plazanin. Samobor: Matrix Croatiaca Samobor, 2016
188. 25 Samobarski haiku susreti: Darko Plazanin. Samobor: Matrix Croatiaca Samobor, 2017
189. 26 Samobarski haiku susreti: Darko Plazanin. Samobor: Matrix Croatiaca Samobor, 2018
190. The Lie of the Land: An Anthology of Indian Poetry in English. (ed. Goutam Karmakar). USA: Transcent Zero Press, 2018
191. Pattern Recognition No.3 (Volume 1). Ed. R.W. Watkins. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2018
192. Antologia Tanka Indonesia. ed. Lisbeth Ho and Irene Tan Siu Hong. Indonesia: Kata Ala Katak, 2018
193.The Current International Anthology of English Poems. Ed. Seena Sreevalson. Pulitzer Books. 2019
194. INTEGRITATE: Antologie de Literatura Constanteana. Constanta: Anticus Press, 2018


1. G.D. Barche. A Stylistic 
Assessment of R.K. Singh's "The Works and Day's Weariness," Creative Forum, Vol. 1, No.4, December 1988.
2. Satish Kumar. Rainbow Hues: The Poetry of R.K. Singh, The Rajasthan Journal of English Studies, Vol. X, 1989; and Creative Forum, Vol.2, No. 1-2, January-June 1989.
3. G.D. Barche. Phoenix and Icarus Reworked in the Erotic Poetry of R.K. Singh, Poetcrit, Vol.3, No.2, July 1990; revised, Creative Forum, Vol.4, No. 1-4, January-December 1991.
4. Tejinder Kaur. Music Must Sound: A Bird's Eye View, Kavita India , Vol.3, No.2-3, July-December 1990.
5. P.K. Padhy. R.K.'s Music Must Sound: A Confessional Approach, Canopy, Vol.6, No.1-2, January-March 1991.
6. R.A. Singh. The Poetry of R.K. Singh, Creative Forum, Vol. 5, No. 1-4, January-December 1992.
7. Mitali De Sarkar. Indianness in R.K. Singh's Poetry, Language Forum, Vol. 19, No. 1-2, January-December 1993; Indianization of English Language and Literature (ed: R.S. Pathak), New Delhi: BahriPublication, 1994.
8. Mitali De Sarkar. Harmony in Duality: Indianness in R.K. Singh's Poetry, Poetcrit, Vol. 6, No.2, July 1993;
English Association Journal, Vol. 8, Summer 1994; and BAFA Newsletter (The Netherlands), No. 28, June-July 1994.
9. R.K.Singh: Poet Living in India (A Profile). BAFA Newsletter, No.28, June-July 1994.
10. H.S. Bhatia. R.K. Singh, Social Reality in Indian English Poetry, Noida: Oriox Publications, 1994.
11. Tejinder Kaur. Two Poets: A Critical Survey, Language Forum, Vol. 21, No.1-2 January-December 1995.
12. R.S. Tiwary. A Peep into the Poetry of Dr R.K. Singh, University News, Vol. XXXIV, No. 19, May 6, 1996.
13. Mitali De Sarkar. Manifestation of Self as Social Vision in the Poetry of R.K. Singh, Poetcrit, Vol.9, No.2, July 1996.
14. R.S. Tiwary. Secret of the First Menstrual Flow, Canopy, Vol.12, No. 24, July 1996.
15. Ravi Nandan Sinha. In the Landscape of the Self: R.K. Singh's Flight of Phoenix, The Quest, Vol. 9-10, No. 2 & 1, December 1995 & June 1996.
16. R.S. Tiwary. Secret of the First Menstrual Flow: R.K. Singh's Commitment to Fleshly Reality, Language Forum, Vol. 23, No.1-2, January-Decemebr 1997.
17. I.K. Sharma. Music Must Sound: An 'Epic with scratchy jargon': (The Journey of an artist), Poetcrit, Vol. XI, No. 1, January 1998; and The Mawaheb International, No. 4, 1999.
18. D.S. Maini. R.K. Singh: Search for a Rhetorical Balance, Poetcrit, Vol. XI, No.1, January 1998.
19. I.H. Rizvi. Voices and Visions: A Study of R.K. Singh's My Silence and Other Selected Poems (1974-1994), Cyber Literature, Vol.4, No. 2, December 1999.
20. D.C. Chambial. Poetry, Politics and Woman: A Study of R.K. Singh's Above the Earth's Green, Cyber Literature , Vol.4, No.2, December 1999; Poet, Vol. 41, No.4, April 2000; and Creative Forum, Vol. 13, No. 3-4, July-December 2000.
21. Michael P. Hogan. So You Creak It: Dust and Ashes in the Poetry of R.K. Singh, The Mawaheb International, Year 24, July-September 2000; Poetcrit, Vol. 14, No.1, January 2001; Cyber Literature, vol. 6, No. 2, December 2000; and SlugFest, Ltd, Vol. XI, No. 3-4, Winter-Spring 2000-2001.
22. Chhote Lal Khatri. R.K. Singh's Poetry: From Sex to Super-consciousness, Poetcrit, Vol. XV, No. 1, January 2001.
23. R.S. Tiwary. A Critique of R.K. Singh's Above the Earth's Green, The Critical Endeavour, Vol. VII, December 2001; and (revised) as Above the Earth's Green, Creative Forum, Vol. 15, No. 2, July –December 2002.
24. Patricia Prime. Secrets Need Words: A Critical Essay on the Haiku and Tanka of R.K. Singh, Poet, Vol. 43, No. 9, September 2002; (revised) Points of View, Vol.9, No.2, Winter 2002; Creative Forum, Vol. 15, No. 3-4, July-December 2002; and Littcrit, Vol. 29, No. 2, December 2003.
25. R.S. Tiwary. The Poetry of R.K. Singh: An Achievement in Art, Reflections, Vol.1, No. 1&2, 2002.
26. S.L. Peeran. Esoteric, Aesthetic and Metaphysical Poetry of R.K. Singh, Poet, Vol.44, No. 1, January 2003; Creative Forum , Vol. 16, No. 1&2, January-June 2003; and Bizz Buzz, Vol.6, Issue No. 2&3, April-September 2004; and Indian English Poetry: Searching  New Ground, Jaipur: Yking Books, 2013, pp. 89-97.
27. Vijay Vishal. Anger in Poetry: A Study of Three Indian Poets' Creative Quest, Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. XXVIII, No.3, March 2003; (revised) Anger in Poetry, Kafla Intercontinental, No. 31, January-February 2003.
28. Abdul Rashid Bijapure. The Poetry of R.K. Singh—An Assessment, Creative Forum, Vol. 16, No. 1&2, January-June 2003; and Poet, Vol. 44, No. 9, September 2003.
29. Three chapters on my poetry, (i) R.K. Singh's Commitment to Fleshly Reality, (ii) Above the Earth's Green, and (iii) A Peep into the Poetry of R.K. Singh, in R.S. Tiwary, Current Indian Creativity in English, Jaipur: Book Enclave, 2003.
30. Uncle River. Some Reflections on R.K. Singh's Poetry, Moongate Internationale, March 2004 ( ).
31. D.C. Chambial. R.K. Singh's Peddling Dream: Rich and Distinctive, Canopy, July 2004; and Indian Book Chronicle, Vo. 29, No. 10, October 2004.
32. P.C.K. Prem. R.K. Singh: A Poet of Nature, Beauty and Woman, I.K.Sharma (ed), New Indian English Poetry: An Alternative Voice, Jaipur: Book Enclave, 2004.
33. Urmila Kaul. Indian Haiku and Peddling Dream, Cyber Literature, Vol. XIII, No. 1, June 2004.
34. Uncle River. Afterword, I.K. Sharma (ed), New Indian English Poetry: An Alternative Voice, Jaipur: Book Enclave, 2004.
35. K. Rajni. An Interview with R.K. Singh. In Critical Responses to Indian Writing in English: Essays in Honour of Dr APJ Abdul Kalam. New Delhi: Sarup and Sons, 2004, pp. 87-93; also In K.V. Dominic (ed) Critical Perspectives on the Poetry of R.K.Singh, D.C. Chambial and I.K. Sharma. New Delhi: ACCESS, pp. 48-53.
36. P.K. Singh. Love and Sex in R.K. Singh's Poetry, Major Indo-English Poets and Poetry, Jaipur: Book Enclave, 2004.
37. Suresh Chandra Dwivedi. Good Things of the Day Begin to Droop and Drowse: A Critical Study of Prof R.K. Singh's "Terrorism", Srijan Samvad, Vol. 4&5, May 2005.
38. G.D. Barche. R.K.Singh: "The Works and Days' Weariness," Understanding Poetry: A Stylistic Study. Jaipur: Saraswati Publishers Distributors, 2005, pp. 137-144.
39. Purnima Ray. R.K.Singh: A Poet of Higher Sensibilities. In Bhaskar Roy Burman (ed), El-Dorado: An Anthology on World Literature , Vol.1. New Delhi: Authors Press, 2006.
40. Urmila Kaul. Indian Haiku and Peddling Dream. Bhaskar Roy Burman (ed). El-Dorado: An Anthology on World Literature, Vol.II, New Delhi: Authors Press, 2006.
41. Patricia Prime. The River Returns. Shine, Issue 21, 2007.
42. Rajni Singh. Haiku of R.K.Singh.; Muse India, Issue 17, January-February 2008.
43. Rajni Singh. Haiku in English, Indian English Haiku and R.K.Singh. Bridge-in-Making, No. 49, Spring Issue, 2008, pp. 32-40. (Revised) 'Haiku with Love from Japan by R.K.Singh of India', Indian Book Chronicle, November-December 2007, pp. 22-24.
44. G.D.Barche. 'Phoenix' and 'Icarus" Reworked in the Erotic Poetry of R.K.Singh. Interpreting Literature: A Myth and A Reality . Bareilly: Prakash Book Depot, 2008.
45. Rajni Singh. The Magnetism of The Measured Syllables: R.K.Singh's Haiku and Tanka Sequence. Research, Vol. 8, No.2, Autumn 2008, pp. 109-116.
46.  Narayanan Raghunathan. The River Returns: A Review
47. Jindagi Kumari and Rajni Singh. The Poetics of R.K. Singh. The Journal of Indian Writing in English, Vol. 37, No.1, January 2009, pp. 26-36.
48. Rajni Singh. Haiku Sequence of R.K. Singh. Moonset Literary Newspaper (Oregon), Summer/Spring 2009, Edition 5, No.1, p. 11 and p. 48.
49. Rajni Singh. Haiku Sequence: Its Concept and Application in R.K.Singh. Maulana Azad Journal of the English Language & Literature (MAJELL), Vol.1, No.1, March 2009, pp. 80-87
50. Jindagi Kumari. The Poetics of R.K. Singh. Journal of Indian School of Mines, Vol. IV, No.1, 2009, pp. 11-18; The Poetics of R.K. Singh. Indian English Poetry: A Discovery (eds: C.L Khatri and Sudhir K. Arora). Jaipur: Aadi Publications, 2010.
51. Rajni Singh. Sexless Solitude: A Critical Appreciation. Journal of Indian School of Mines, Vol.IV, No.1, 2009, pp. 29-32.
52. Asha Viswas. Form and Flow of an Indian English Poet's Tanka and Haiku. Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. XXXIV, No.6, June 2009, pp. 3-6.
53. Jindagi Kumari and Rajni Singh. "It's too much to live": Theme of Death in RK Singh's Poetry. Poetcrit, Vol. 23, No.2, July 2010, pp. 24-27.
54. Jindagi Kumari. Erotic Consciousness in the Poetry of Shiv K. Kumar and R.K. Singh: A Comparative Study. In Discourses on Contemporary Indian English Poets (ed. K.V. Dominic). New Delhi: Gnosis, 2010.
55. Jayashree Goswami. An Inquiry into the Indianness of P.Raja and R.K.Singh. Poetcrit, Vol. 23, No.2, July 2010, pp. 75-80;
56. Jayshree Goswami and Md. Mojibur Rahman. Reflection of Culture and Society in the Poetry of R.K.Singh and P. Raja. Indian Journal of Postcolonial Literature, Vol.10, No.2, December 2010, pp. 78-89.
57. G.D. Barche. "Sanjay" and "Dhrutrashtra" Reconstructed in the Capsule Poems of R.K. Singh. Poetcrit, Vol. XXIV, No.1, January 2011, pp. 35-40; Also, In K.V. Dominic (ed) Critical Perspectives on the Poetry of R.K.Singh, D.C. Chambial and I.K. Sharma. New Delhi: ACCESS. Pp. 64-72.
58. Patricia Prime. A Thematic Study of R.K.Singh's The River Returns. Critical Perspectives on the Poetry of R.K.Singh, D.C. Chambial and I.K. Sharma (ed: K.V. Dominic). New Delhi: ACCESS, 2011, pp. 16-21.
59. VVB Rama Rao. Profession and Performance: R.K. Singh's Sexless Solitude and Other Poems: A Study. In K.V. Dominic (ed) Critical Perspectives on the Poetry of R.K.Singh, D.C. Chambial and I.K. Sharma. New Delhi: ACCESS, pp. 22-29.
60. Jindagi Kumari and Rajni Singh. The Poetics of R.K. Singh. In K.V. Dominic (ed) Critical Perspectives on the Poetry of R.K.Singh, D.C. Chambial and I.K. Sharma. New Delhi: ACCESS. Pp. 30-41.
61. G.D. Barche. A Stylistic Interpretation of R.K. Singh 'Sexless Solitude'. In K.V. Dominic (ed) Critical Perspectives on the Poetry of R.K.Singh, D.C. Chambial and I.K. Sharma. New Delhi: ACCESS. Pp. 54-63.
62. Ruchi Banger. Social Consciousness in R.K. Singh's Sexless Solitude and Other Poems. In K.V. Dominic (ed)Critical Perspectives on the Poetry of R.K.Singh, D.C. Chambial and I.K. Sharma. New Delhi: ACCESS. Pp. 73-84.
63. Jindagi Kumari and Rajni Singh. Treatment of Myths in the Poetry of Shiv K. Kumar and R.K. Singh: A Comparative Study. In K.V. Dominic (ed) Critical Perspectives on the Poetry of R.K.Singh, D.C. Chambial and I.K. Sharma. New Delhi: ACCESS, pp. 85-96.
64. Asha Viswas. Form and Flow of R.K Singh's Tanka in The River Returns. In K.V. Dominic (ed) Critical Perspectives on the Poetry of R.K.Singh, D.C. Chambial and I.K. Sharma. New Delhi: ACCESS, pp. 42-47.
65. Jindagi Kumari and Rajni Singh. Erotic Consciousness in the Poetry of Shiv K. Kumar and R.K.Singh: A Comparative Study. Poetcrit , vol. XXV, No. 1, January 2012, pp. 50-56; Discourses on Contemporary Indian English Poets (ed. K.V. Dominic). New Delhi: Gnosis, 2010.
66. Nripendra Singh. Existential Concerns in R.K.Singh’s Poetry.  The Inside, Vol. 5, 2010, pp. 42-49.
67. S.L. Peeran. . Major Traits of R.K. Singh's Poetry: A Study of Sense and Silence. In   Indian Poetry in English: In Search of Identity (ed. Rajni Singh and Ram Krishna Singh). New Delhi: Authors Press, 2012, pp. 110-115.
68. Jindagi Sharma. Process of Indianization in R.K. Singh's Poetry: A Study. In Indian Poetry in English: In Search of Identity (ed. Rajni Singh and Ram Krishna Singh). New Delhi: Authors Press, 2012, pp. 274-285.
69. S.L. Peeran. R.K. Singh and His Poetry. Indian English Poetry: Searching New Ground. Jaipur: Yking Books, 2013, pp. 84-88.
70. Pallavi Kiran. R.K.Singh: Expanding the Domain of Indian English Haiku. Protexto (Brazil), e-zine.  (with translation in French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish).
71. Rama Rao Vadapalli V.B. Distinctive Poesy.
72. Raghuvanshmani Tripathi. The Asexuality of Sex: The Poems of R.K. Singh. Poetcrit, Vol. XXVIII, No.1, January 2015, pp. 22-30.
73. Varsha Singh. Poetic Representations: Cultural Differences in Hindi and English  Reading R.K.Singh's Poetry Through Translation. Creation and Criticism, January 2017.  
74. Vijay Kumar Roy. The Fusion of Social and Spiritual Elements in the Poetry of R.K. Singh. The Social, Cultural and Spiritual Dimensions of Modern Indian Poetry in English (ed. Vijay Kumar Roy). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017, pp. 71-78.

75. Patricia Prime. A Review Essay on Growing Within. Muse India the literary ejournal, Issue 78 (March-April 2018). ; Review Essay: Ram Krishna Singh: God TooAwaits Light  and Growing Within , Poetcrit, Vol. XXXI, No.2, July-Dec 2018, pp. 151-156.

76. Ram Kulesh Thakur. R.K.Singh: The Poet Who Celebrates ‘Senses’ to Attain ‘Nirvana’. Journal of Linguistics and Literature, Vol. 1, Issue 1, July-December 2017, pp. 136-154, dec. 2018. ISSN 2617-3611. 

77. Anastasia Dumitru. Communicarea interculturala din spatiul romanesc de la Rabindranarh Tagore la Ram Krishna Singh. The 1st Annual Lecture on Exile in Comparative Literature and the Arts ALECLA 2018, July 5-8, Constanta, Romania (ed.) Taner Murat. Constanta: Anticus Press, 2018, pp. 47-65.

78. Nuredin Ibram. Ram Krishna Singh si/sau nelinistea poetica: Note de lector.  The 1st Annual Lecture on Exile in Comparative Literature and the Arts ALECLA 2018, July 5-8, Constanta, Romania (ed.) Taner Murat. Constanta: Anticus Press, 2018,pp. 73-79


1. I.K. Sharma (ed). New Indian English Poetry: An Alternative Voice: R.K.    Singh. Jaipur: BookEnclave, 2004.

2. B.K. Pandey. Contemporary Indian Poetry. 
Delhi: Sarup & Sons, 2004.
3. R.S. Tiwary. Current Indian Creativity in English. Jaipur: Book Enclave, 2003.

4. Pramod 
Kumar Singh. Major Indo-English Poets . Jaipur: Book Enclave, 2004.
5. Chhote Lal Khatri. Indian Writing in English: Voices from the Oblivion. Jaipur:   Book Enclave, 2004.
6. G.D. Barche. Understanding Poetry: A Stylistic Study. Jaipur: Saraswati Publishers Distributor, 2005.

7. H.S. Bhatia. Social Reality In Indian English Poetry. Noida: Oriox, 1994.
8. Satish Kumar. A Survey of Indian Literature: Indian English Poetry, Vol.I. Bareilly: Prakash Book Depot, 2000.
9. I.K.Sharma. O.P.Bhatnagar: A Critic with a Big Heart. Jaipur: Rachana Prakashan, 2006.
10.Bhaskar Roy Burman. El-Dorado: An Anthology on World Literature. Vol.I and II, New Delhi: Authors Press, 2006.
11.P. Raja and Rita Nath Keshari. Busy Bee Book of Contemporary Indian English Poetry . Pondicherry: Busy Bee Books, 2007
12. G.D. Barche. Interpreting Literature: A Myth and Reality. Bareilly: Prakash Book Depot, 2008

13 C.L. Khatri and Sudhir K. Arora. Indian English Poetry: A 
Discovery. Jaipur: Aadi Publications, 2010.

14. K.V. Dominic. Discourses on Five Indian Poets in English. New Delhi: Authors Press, 2011.
15. K.V. Dominic (ed). Critical Perspectives on the Poetry of R.K. Singh, D.C. Chambial and I.K. Sharma. New Delhi: ACCESS, 2011.
16. Rajni Singh. R.K.Singh's Mind and Art: A Symphony of Expressions. New Delhi: Adhyayan Publishers and Distributors, 2011.
17. P.C.K. Prem and D.C. Chambial. English Poetry in India: A Secular Viewpoint. Jaipur: Pointer Publishers, 2011

18. P.C.K. Prem. English Poetry in India: A Comprehensive Survey of Trends and Thought Patterns.New Delhi: Authors Press, 2011.
19. Rajni Singh and Ram Krishna Singh. Indian Poetry in English: In Search of Identity. New Delhi: Authors Press, 2012.
20. P.C.K. Prem. Indian Literature and Universal Oneness. Vol.I. New Delhi: Authors Press, 2012.
21. Bijay Kumar Das. Postmodern Indian English Literature. New Delhi: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors, 2003, pp. 52-53.
22. Shashi Kant Uppal. Alienation in Contemporary Indian English Poetry. New Delhi: ABS Publications, 2002.
23. Vijay Vishal. Anger in Contemporary Indian English Poetry. Jaipur: Vivek Publishing House, 2014 
24. V.V.B. Ramarao. Sensitivity and Cultural Multiplexity in Recent Indian English Poetry. Jaipur: Aadi Publications, 2015.
25. Ram Kulesh Thakur. Poetic Communication: A Study of the Verbal Art. Jaipur: Yking Books, 2015 
26. P.C.K. Prem. Towards Indian Consciousness: A Study of an Age: Ten Poetic Minds in Indian English Poetry. NewDelhi: AuthorsPress, 2016.
27. Vijay Kumar Roy (ed). The Social, Cultural and Spiritual Dimensions of Modern English Poetry. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017.
28. Nuredin Ibram and Taner Murat (eds). INTEGRITATE: Antologie de literatura constanteana. Constanta: Anticus Press, 2018.
29. Taner Murat (ed). The 1st Annual Lecture on Exile in Comparative Literature and the Arts: ALECLA 2018. Constanta: Anticus Press, 2018.
30. Anastasia Dumitru. Darul inimii/The Gift of the Heart. Constanta: Editura Celebris, 2018



1. Bhanudas K. Mahale. The Process of Indianisation in R.K. Singh's Poetry. M.Phil Thesis. Submitted at North Maharastra University, 1996.
2. Saba Fatma Rizvi. Social Consciousness in Post-1970 Indo-English Poetry. Ph.D. Thesis. Submitted at Kashi Vidyapith, 1997.
3. Braj Kishore Pandey. Trends in Contemporary Indian English Poetry in English: A Comparative Study of R.K. Singh, Gopal Honnalgere, I.K. Sharma, I.H. Rizvi and D.H. Kabadi. Ph.D. Thesis. Submitted at Kunwar Veer Singh University, Ara, 2002.
4. K. Rajani. Social Reality in the Works of I.K. Sharma, R.K. Singh and D.C. Chambial. Ph.D. Thesis. Submitted at Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati, 2011.
5. Vijay Vishal. Expression of Anger in Indian English Poetry. Ph.D. Thesis. (registered) Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla.
6. Shadan Ahmad. Theme of Eros in Indian English Poetry. Ph D thesis of Allahabad University, 2005.
7. Jindagi Kumari. Indianness in R.K.Singh's Poetry: An Analysis. MPhil thesis. ISM University, Dhanbad, 2008.
8. Priya Kumari. A Needs Analysis Survey of the Preparatory Students of the Indian School of Mines. M. Phil thesis. Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad, 2010.
9. Jindagi Kumari. Poetry of Shiv K. Kumar and R.K. Singh: A Study in Poetic Consciousness. Ph.D. thesis. Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad, 2011.
10. Anil Kumar. The Theme of Loneliness in the Poetry of Kamala Das. Ph.D. thesis. Sido Kanho Murmu University, Dumka. 2011.

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2. O.P. Bhatnagar. New Indian English Poetry Today, Language Forum, Vol. 12, No. 1-4, 1986.
3. _____________. New Dimensions in Indian Poetry in English, Literary Horizons, Vol.2, No.1, January 1987.
4. _____________. Turning New Leaves: Some New Voices in Indian Poetry in English, The Rajasthan Journal of English Studies, Vol.10, 1989.
5. _____________. New Voices in Indian Poetry in English, Rachna India, Vol.2, Winter 1989.
6. Satish Kumar. Indian English Literature in Uttar Pradesh, Canopy, March-May 1988.
7. Chhote Lal Khatri. Introduction, Cyber Literature, Special, Vol.4, No.2, December 1999.
8. ______________. Gems From the Ocean of Oblivion: English Writing in Bihar, Indian BookChronicle , Vol. XXV, No. 11-12, November-December 2000.
9. P.C.K. Prem. A Curtain Raiser to the Poetry of I.K. Sharma, R.K. Singh and D.C. Chambial. In Critical Perspectives on the Poetry of R.K.Singh, D.C. Chambial and I.K. Sharma (ed. K.V. Dominic). New Delhi: ACCESS, 2011, pp. 1-15.
10. Mukund S. Bhandari. Indian English Poetry in 21st Century. Uniresearch International Multidisciplinary E-Research Journal, Vol.2, Issue 4, March 2014
11. Pramod Kumar Singh. Indian Poetry in English: Issues and Trends. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development, Vol.2, Issue 2, 2015, pp. 185-188.


1. Canopy, January-March 1989.
2. Poetcrit, Vol.3, No.2, July 1990.
3. Souvenir: SS 1992, Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad
4. Interview with Indians Writing in English (ed: Atma Ram). Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1992.
5. BAFA Newsletter (Apeldoorn, The Netherlands), No. 28, June-July 1994.
6. Poetcrit, Vol. 12, No.2, July 1999.
7. National Herald (New Delhi), 29 March 2003.
8. Bihar Observer (Dhanbad), 24 May 2003.
9. Indian Book Chronicle, Vol. 28, No, 11, November 2003; and Moongate Internationale, March 2004 (
10. Nigahen Aap Tak, cable TV, Dhanbad, on 25.11.2004, 10 pm to 10:30 pm; repeated 26.11.2004, 9:02 am to 9:15 am.
11. Bioliterary profile based on an interview in Hindustan Times (Ranchi), Tuesday, December 2004.(HT 'Dhanbad-Bokaro Live)
12. Interview along with I.K. Sharma and D.C. Chambial by Rajani Kalahasti, Poetcrit, Vol. XVIII, No. 1, January 2005.
13. Interview telecast on Nigahen Aap Tak on 19.7.2005, 8:30 pm.
14. Interview by Rajani Kalahasti in Critical Responses to Indian Writing in English : Essays in Honour of Dr A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, (ed. K. Balchandran). New Delhi: Sarup & Sons, 2004, pp. 87-93.
15. Interview with Dr A.K. Choudhary in Kohinoor, Vol. 1, No.1, January 2007, pp. 1-6.
16. K. Rajni. Interview with R.K. Singh. In K.V. Dominic (ed) Critical Perspectives on the Poetry of R.K.Singh, D.C. Chambial and I.K. Sharma. New Delhi: ACCESS, pp. 48-53.

17. Interview with Professor R.B.Singh.; Cyber Literature, Vol. XXXI, No.1, June 2013, pp. 88-96.
18. Interview with Taner Murat in Nazar Look (Romania), Year 13, Issue 9, September 2013, pp. 26-31. Also available on
19. Interview with Ram Krishna Singh by Helen Ingram. Voice of Kolkata , Vol.15/2 & 16/1, January 2015, pp. 3-8; Also,
20. Interview with Dr. R.K. Singh. Style Hut Reviews, Vol.1, Issue 2, 2015.
21. R.K. Singh: In Conversation with Abnish Singh Chauhan. Creation and Criticism, October, 2016;