Dr. Shaleen Singh


Born on 28th July 1979 at Budaun(U.P.), India, Shaleen Kumar Singh after his post-graduation in English did his doctorate on ‘Panorama of Mahashweta’s Indo-English Verse- A Critical Evaluation.’ He is a poet, critic, reviewer and translator. He has several research papers, articles, poems and reviews published in esteemed journals, magazines and news papers of India and abroad including Remarkings (Agra),  The Literary Criterion (Dhvanyalok, Mysore) Poet(Chennai), Poets International (Banglore), Metverse Muse (Vishakhapattnam), Helicon Views(Amroha), The Green Lotus (Bhubneshwar), Bizz Buzz (Mysore), Contemporary Vibes(Chandigarh), Free Xpression (Australia)  Voice of Kolkata (Kolkata), Skylark (Aligarh), Indo Asian Literature (New Delhi), Poetcrit (H.P.), Shine (Tamilnadu), Dialogue (Lucknow) Mandakini (Bareilly), Triveni (Hyderabad) The Golden Vase (Bhubneshwar), Indian Book Chronicle (Jaipur), Replica (Cuttack) etc. His number of poems and articles have appeared in several National and International online journals like Houston Literary Review, Stellar Showcase Journal, Kritya, Muse India, Poetsindia, Literary India, Boloji, Lit.org, Neopoets, Kashmiri Lit,  Stephengillgazette, Thanal online and several others. Lectured severally on A.I.R.  Attended several Literary Seminars.  Translated the book Mahendra Bhatnagar Ke Geet in English under the title Lyric Lute. Edited collection of English poems entitled Creation and Other Poems Nature Poems of Swami Nempal and Hindi poems entitled Dohe Tabib Ke. At present he is editing the ezine creative saplings and books of Critical essays on Stephen Gill (Canada), and co-editing books on Derek Walcott, Shobha De, Vikram Chandra and Amit Chaudhury and Manju Kapur and Jhumpa Lahiri. Shaleen is Assistant Professor and Head, Department of English at S. S. PG College, Shahjahanpur (U.P.)

Contact : Sai Neeharika Patyali Sarai, Budaun. 243601. 

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