Tahmima Anam is the recipient of a Commonwealth Writers Prize, an O. Henry Prize and has been named one of Granta’s Best Young British Novelists. She is a contributing opinion writer for The New York Times and was recently elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature. Born in Dhaka, Bangladesh, she was […]
Sujit Kusum Paul
Sujit Kusum Paul, Member of International Yeats Society, was born in Bangladesh and studied English literature at Chittagong University. He has completed a diploma in personnel management and information system management, worked as a Feature Editor for Daily Swadhinata and served Pfizer Corporation Bangladesh for 13 years. He was also elected Organizing Secretary of Chittagong […]
Akbar Hussain migrated to Canada from Bangladesh in 1997. Writing has been his passion since he was a student. His first two books, My Lonely Thoughts in English and Amar Shomoy Amar Poth in Bengali, were published by the Bengali Literary Research Center in Toronto. In 2019, he self–published his biography Hey Mahajiban in Bengali. He loves to explore and understand the mystery of nature and strives to fathom the wisdom behind our creation.
Syed Iqbal (1953) is a writer and contemporary abstract artist. Over the past four decades, he has established himself as a novelist and short story writer. In 2014, he was awarded the Bangla Academy Syed Waliulla Literary Award for his contributions to Bangladeshi literature. As of today, he has written and published 36 Bengali novels and short stories. As a contemporary abstract artist, he’s had 18 solo exhibitions in Canada, the US […]
Surajit Roy Majumder
Surajit Roy Majumder, born in Bagerhat, Bangladesh, graduated and received a master’s degree in English. He worked briefly as a journalist, then joined the civil service and taught in public colleges. Along with designing a national language curriculum as a curriculum specialist, he has co-authored English textbooks, worked as an official translator and editor of textbooks […]