Jacinta Kerketta (1983) born in Khudpos village of Manoharpur Block adjacent to the sprawling Saranda jungle in West Singhbhum district, Jharkhand, bordering Odisha.
Jacinta Kerketta has in a short time succeeded in becoming acclaimed in the Hindi literary world due to her consistent creativity. The alertness and efficiency with which she has introduced a parti...
Kalpana Kannabiran is a founder member of Asmita Resource Centre for Women, Secunderabad, and teaches sociology and law at NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad. With Vasant Kannabiran, she has co-au
Randa Jarrar (born 1978) is an American writer and translator. Her first novel, the coming-of-age story A Map of Home (2008), won her the Hopwood Award, and an Arab-American Book Award. Since then
Paulo Varela Gomes (28 October 1952 - 30 April 2016) was a Portuguese critic, writer, historian of architecture and professor. He was also the presenter of two television documentary series for the
Anand Teltumbde is a civil rights activist, political analyst, columnist and author of many books. He has had a long association with peoples’ struggles, spanning over three decades. Trained
R. Umamaheshwari is currently Fellow at the Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Shimla. She has been, for the most part of her career, an independent journalist-academic. She has a Ph.D. in History
Tom Brass (3 March 1946) is a leading Marxist scholar who has written extensively on peasant studies.
Carlos Martinez is an activist, writer and musician based in London. He runs the political history blog Invent the Future. His major interests are the history of 'actually existing socialism' and s
Charles Dantzig has written many books of poetry, essays and novels. He is very well-known for his Dictionnaire égoïste de la littérature française (2005) which has won five literary prizes, am
Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o won the Lotus Prize for Literature in 1973. He is the author of such celebrated novels as Weep Not, Child (1964), A Grain of Wheat (1967), Petals of Blood (1977) and Wizard of