Creation and Criticism

 ISSN: 2455-9687

(A Quarterly International Peer-reviewed Refereed e-Journal

Devoted to English Language and Literature)

Joint Issue 14 & 15: July-Oct 2019

Editorial

Then thousands of creations (also criticisms) take birth— many times on the same theme and in the same manner. Now the question is— ‘is this the way to bring change in the society?’, ‘is this the process to bring consciousness among the masses?’, ‘is this the method to put a full stop on such a moral decay?’ If not, then what is logical and substantive for a happy world? Dear teachers and students (also dear authors and readers), let us explore this to recollect and imbibe the legacy of Dr Kalam on his birth anniversary! Read More.

Interview

C L Khatri: In Conversation with Abnish Singh Chauhan


“Read Aloud and Enjoy Poetry” — C L Khatri


“Not I, not I, but the wind that blows through me” creates nationalistic narrative in my poetry. For me nationalism/patriotism is not related to narrative against a country but it should reflect in our everyday life and work. Read my poem “Kargils” where Kargil stands for a challenge in life. Hindutva is a highly misinterpreted term today. My Hindutva is of Vivekananda on whom I did my Ph.D. and wrote a book as well. I am too old to fall into political gimmicks. Read More.

Research Papers

Videos

Featured Poet

C. L. Khatri

Reviews

In Quest of a Meaningful Life by Prashant K. Mishra. Rev. by Nibir K. Ghosh
The Rhyming Rainbow by Pravat K Padhy. Rev. by Abnish Singh Chauhan
My Diary and Other Poems by Ishika Bansal. Rev. by Dakshta Arora

Movie Reviews

Essay

Short Stories

Sukanya Basu Mallik
Anil Shrivastava ‘Musafir’
Ayush Kumar Singh

Poetry

Alicja M Kuberska
Devi Nangrani
Gerard Sarnat
Hongri Yuan
M.A. Istvan Jr.
Joshua Medsker
Marie Shine
Rajiv Khandelwal
Yuan Changming

Visual Speech

B-boy Oil on Concreo Cement - Mario Loprete

Epistle

From Daughter Baraka To Mother Eve by Amirah Al Wassif