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23 May

AJILE Editorial Board

Editorial Board

Aesthetique Journal for International Literary Enterprises (AJILE) 

 

Editor-in-Chief

Manu Mangattu

I am a Professor of English (7 years teaching experience at the College Level) and a University Master’s degree rank holder. I have penned 6 books which are available at major online stores. I have completed 30 international research publications, 46 academic papers, and numerous translations.

My students say I am friendly, approachable, knowledgeable and easy to grasp.Being a poet and an artist, I am able to pass on my passion for literature and language to my students. I am a passionate and God-fearing individual and I have inherited my teaching skills from my parents, both of whom are retired professors. I believe marks are important, but I make sure that my students benefit from my lessons in the long-term as well.

For me, teaching is a vocation and a divine gift. It spurs me on personally to achieve more. I believe that the success of students in their careers and in their personal lives is the biggest reward for a teacher. I would like to thank my teachers, but for whom I wouldn't have become what I am now. Being a teacher is a pleasure and privilege, a rare opportunity devoutly to be wished and cherished.

I imbibed my penchant for poetry and flair for writing from my parents. I completed my post-graduation in English Language and Literature from Mahatma Gandhi University Kottayam in 2009 securing second rank and a career as a litterateur. Soon I joined the Department of English, St George’s College as a permanent faculty where I imparted lessons in English language and literature until November 2017.

I deliver lectures on topics ranging from literary theory and Sanskrit poetics to critical appreciation and creativity. Besides translations into English from Chinese and Sanskrit, I write poetry both in English and Malayalam. My active involvement in Chinese poetry translations won me the sobriquet "Comrade to Poetry China" in 2016.

 I am on the editorial board of Spring Magazine, an online journal customised for literature students [ISSN Online: 2455-4715] and have served as the chief editor of an anthology of research articles (ISBN: 978-93-85105-32-6). I have just completed a UGC funded research project on “Sachin Tendulkar as an Aesthetic Experience".

Currently, I am engaged in designing a SWAYAM (UGC-CEC) funded MOOC course on Romantic Literature in English worth Rs 15 lakhs. I contribute to the activities at www.mutemelodist.com, a website catering to the creative aspirations of literature students. Further, as a tribute to literature, I offer free online training and mentoring to UGC NET English aspirants all over the country. The current batch consists of 97 post-graduates/ guest lecturers/ research scholars. Additionally, I offer guidance to 7 research scholars in the country and abroad (Iran).

Titles by Manu Mangattu

1. Celestial Rhapsodies: Yuan Hongri in English (Translation from Chinese)

2. Pain Pleasure and Paradox in Poetry: A Verse Compendium

3. Innocence as Ignorance: Aesthetic Prognostications in James and Golding

4. The Many Avatars of Sylvia Plath

5. Vishaadarashmikal (Sparks of Melancholy- Malayalam Poetry Collection)

6. Mute Melodies (English Poetry Collection)

Address: Aruvithura PO, Erattupetta-686122, Kerala, India

LinkedIn ID: https://www.linkedin.com/in/manumangattu/

Researchgate ID: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Manu_Mangattu2

Quora: https://www.quora.com/profile/Manu-Mangattu

Find my latest poems at http://www.mirakee.com/manumangattu

Contact Email: manumangattu [at] gmail.com

Contact Mobile: Zero Nine Four Nine Six Three Two Two Three Two Three

 

Advisory Board

Dr Krishna KBS

Chief Editor, Spring Magazine; Assistant Professor in English, Central University of Himachal Pradesh, Dharamshala.

Email: krishnakbs[at] gmail.com

Dr M G Emmanuel

Retired Professor, Department of English, St Dominics College, Kanjirappally, Kerala, India; Former Principal, John Paul Memorial College, Kattappana.

Email: emmanuelmangatt [at] gmail.com

 

Editorial Board

Dr Fabrizio Frosini

Dr Fabrizio Frosini is a prolific writer, a published poet, an Italian doctor in Medicine and a specialist in Neurosurgery. Born in Tuscany in 1953, Dr Fab currently lives in the vicinity of Florence, near Vinci, the hometown of Leonardo da Vinci. The geographic proximities apart, Dr Fabrizio Frosini harbours an ancient passion for poetry in his bosom. Armed with a mindscape and a landscape saturated with arts and literature, he has authored about 1500 poems spread across 13 volumes.

Address: Dr Fabrizio Frosini, Firenze, Italy.

Email: doctor5353 [at] gmail.com

 

John Westlake

John Westlake (Profanisaurus) is a poet from Crawley, West Sussex in South East England. Born on 11th April 1984, Mr Westlake is a prolific writer with close to 350 poems to his credit. He is blessed with a remarkable sense of humour, but as Westlake himself admits quite candidly, in real life, it has landed him in trouble on many occasions.

Address: 112 Warren Drive,Ifield ,Crawley, West Sussex, RH11 0DH

Email: jw1984rf [at] gmail.com

 

Tatjana LonĬćarec

Born on 15th September 1965, Tatjana LonĬćarec is a poetess from Zagreb, Croatia. Since taking writing seriously in 2000, she has published two collections of poems – That the World does not Die (2005) and Crowned Roses (2008). She is an active member of "Morning Poetry" and a regular in Rijeka, the Croatian literary society.

Address: J.R. Boškovića 9,10000 Zagreb, Croatia, Europe

Email: tatjana.loncarec[at] gmail.com

 

Priyanka Ruth Prim

Priyanka Ruth Prim is a Ph.D. research scholar affiliated with The IIS University, Jaipur. She has completed her M.A. from EFLU, Hyderabad and has taken several online courses from Coursera, that reflect her varied interests within English Literature. An avid reader, she also likes to write short stories and poems.

Address: Research Scholar, The IIS University, Jaipur, Rajasthan – 302039

Email:  ruthprimsince87 [at] gmail.com

 

Ritushree Sengupta

Ritushree Sengupta is a playwright and a published poet currently pursuing her Ph.D at the Department of English and Other Modern European Languages, Visva-Bharati, Santiniketan. Her area of research is children's literature but she is also interested in feminist and gender studies, African-American studies and translation studies. A university topper for MA, she was sent to Yunnan University, China as an exchange program student from the department. She has been to several national and international conferences and has published a number of academic papers.

Address: Tarukunja Apartment, 63 K.N.C Road, Barasat. Kolkata- 124

Email: sengupta1992 [at] gmail.com

 

Dr. K. Kaviarasu

M.A., M.Phil., PGDELT., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of English, Bishop Heber College (Autonomous)
Trichirappalli - 620 017, Phone: +91-9894981142
kkblogspace.blogspot.in

 

Art Administration

Bijeesh Kumar Shaji

Email: bijeeshnellippally[at] gmail.com

 

Graphic Design and Layout

Joseph Francis, TrinityMinds

Email: jofra007 [at] yahoo.com

 

Publisher

Dr M G Emmanuel

Retired Professor, Department of English, St Dominics College, Kanjirappally, Kerala, India & Former Principal John Paul Memorial College, Kattappana

Address: 7/E, Skyline Oxford, Vadavathoor PO, Kottayam, Kerala, India 686010

Mobile: 9496265340

Email: emmanuelmangatt [at] gmail.com

 

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