Susmita Roye is an associate professor of English at Delaware State University. Her articles have been published in such journals as English Studies, Callaloo, Kunapipi, and South Asian Research. She has also contributed to numerous volumes of essays, including Emerging Voices: Essays and Interviews of South Asian Women Writers, Critical Anthology on Amitav Ghosh’s The Shadow Lines, Postcolonial Indian Fiction in English and Masculinity, and Subaltern Vision: A Study in Postcolonial Indian English Text, and has written entries for encyclopedias, including General Themes in Literature.
About Rajeshwar Mittapalli
Rajeshwar Mittapalli is a professor of English at Kakatiya University, Andhra Pradesh, India. His published works of criticism include The Novels of Wole Soyinka and Indian Women Novelists and Psychoanalysis. He edited the New Delhi¬–based quarterly Atlantic Literary Review for six years, apart from coediting with European and Indian scholars twenty-four anthologies of critical essays on a variety of literary subjects. These volumes include Commonwealth Fiction: Twenty-first Century Readings, Indian Women’s Short Fiction, Salman Rushdie: New Critical Insights (2 vols.), V. S. Naipaul: Fiction and Travel Writing, and Postcolonial Indian Fiction in English and Masculinity. His fifty articles, published in India, the United States, Spain, Hong Kong, South Africa, Germany, and elsewhere, have been frequently anthologized. He has contributed many entries to encyclopedias and published travelogues in international and online journals.