An Interview with Avik Gangopadhyay at Criticspace Journals

Avik Gangopadhyay, an Indian author and columnist of repute, has 22 Published Books and 9 Edited Titles in English and Bengali to his credits. His uncommon treatment and interdisciplinary approach to Aesthetics and Theories of Literature, Language and Criticism, not-so-discussed historical issues, Philosophical and religious ‘ISMS,’ Indological studies, Editorial endeavour in 6 books of poems […]

Book Review – A Beautiful Heart by Arun Warikoo at Criticspace Journals

Poetry is the play of right words with some of the most in-describable emotions, while poets are those players who plays with the beautiful words and makes way to compose these heart touching and soulful poems for us! Reviewing this beautiful Poetry-Collection book, “A Beautiful Heart” by Author-Poet Arun Warikoo has been a very satisfying […]

Book Review |The Case of the Missing Brother by Vikas Sinha | Criticspace

“Every piece of the puzzle holds an indispensable importance and unless the last vital piece of the puzzle is placed to its right position, things remain incomplete!” The book, “The Case of the Missing Brother” by Author Vikas Sinha can most certainly be regarded as a Crime Fiction with an appropriate dose of Action, Mystery […]

Book Review| The Fishbowl: Story of the Storyteller by Vivek Kumar | Criticspace Journals

As time changes, human beings generally tend to look back at their yesteryears with a feeling of nostalgia. This feeling looms large and makes the readers feel the same emotion at their personal levels too. Vivek Kumar, in his book, “The Fishbowl: Story of the Storyteller,” evokes the same sentiment and appeals powerfully to all […]

Book Review |Reflections by Dr. Dewakar Goel | Criticspace Journals

The human mind is such that it keeps wandering over the different things it witnesses and the various events that occur. As time gives experience to a human being, the wisdom born out of it is much more practical and applicable to life in the real sense. A work bearing a thorough influence of this […]

Book Review |A Garland of Words by Margesh Rai | Criticspace Journals

Poetry is the play of right words with some of the most in-describable emotions, while poets are those players who plays with the beautiful words and makes way to compose these heart touching and soulful poems for us! Reviewing this Poetry-Collection book, “Poetry: A Garland of Words” has been a special experience to me since […]

An Interview with Author Jayanthi at Criticspace

Born in India, and brought up in various states, living in Singapore since 1990, Jayanthi Sankar has been creatively active for more than 25 years. She’s been on the panels of literary festivals including APWT 2018 at Gold coast. Her short story collection – Dangling Gandhi was the winner in the category of fiction: short […]

Book Review | M I S P L A C E D H E A D S a novel by JAYANTHI |Criticspace Journals

India had culturally been rich and thriving in the glorious past that perhaps no one is unaware of. The cultural effects still find their impact and place in the present-day writings and hold the interest of the readers firmly. After her short-story collection, “Dangling Gandhi,” Jayanthi comes up with a full-fledged work of fiction, “Misplaced […]

Author Interview with M. Murtaza | Criticspace Journal

Akhila Saroha: I would like to begin by congratulating you on the publication of “Anuradha”. How has the response to the book been so far? M. Murtaza: Thanks for the congratulations. It was a great publishing experience with Bluerose Publishers, New Delhi. Feedbacks, reviews, and responses from readers, although few, are quite persuading.   Akhila Saroha: […]

Author Shrishty Sharma | Criticspace Features | Evincepub

Criticspace Journals: Welcome to Criticspace Journals, author. Congratulations on the release of your book. What responses are you getting from your readers? Please share your experience with this book. Author: The response is pretty encouraging, I have been receiving lot of calls and messages from readers. Earlier I was skeptical about the response, but now […]