BASED IN INDIA, WE ARE PUBLISHERS OF WORLD POETRY, FICTION & ART
Dr. Santosh Kumar (b. 1946) is a poet, short-story writer and an editor from India; DPhil in English; Editor of Taj Mahal Review and Harvests of New Millennium Journals; several awards; member of World Poets Society (W.P.S.); member of World Haiku Association, Japan; presented papers in the seminar, interviews as special guest at international literary festival WORDS – one path to peace and understanding Oslo, Norway in September 2008; attended 20th Annual International Literary Festival Druskininkai Poetic Fall and 5th World Haiku Association Conference in Lithuania, Sept 30 to Oct 5, 2009; published poetry in Indian Verse by Young Poets (1980), World Poetry (1995 & 1996), The Fabric of A Vision (2001), The Still Horizon (2002), The Golden Wings (2002), Voyages (2003), Symphonies (2003), New Pegasus (2004), Explorers (2004), Dwan (USA), Promise (Purple Rose Publications, USA), World Haiku 2008 No. 4, World Haiku 2009 No. 5, Taj Mahal Review (2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 & 2008). He has also edited sixteen World Poetry Anthologies, and four books of World’s Great Short Stories. He is also the author of a collection of poems entitled Helicon (Cyberwit, India, ISBN 81-901366-8-2), Haiku collection New Utopia (Rochak Publishing, India ISBN 978-81-903812-0-8), NO NUKES: Brave New World of Beauty, A Long Narrative Poem, Songs of Peace & Haiku (Rochak Publishing, India ISBN 978-81-903812-3-9), and Critical Essays in collaboration with Adam Donaldson Powell (Cyberwit, India, 978-81-8253-110-9). He has also edited The Poetic Achievement of Ban'ya Natsuishi (Cyberwit, India, ISBN: 978-81-8253-149-9).
Dr. Karunesh Kumar Agrawal from India has taught in a Post-graduate college of CSJM University; published in Taj Mahal Review, Harvests of New Millennium, Different Worlds: A Virtual Journey and World Haiku 2008 No. 4; member of World Haiku Association, Japan; released 10 new books at international literary festival WORDS – one path to peace and understanding Oslo, Norway in September 2008; attended 20th Annual International Literary Festival Druskininkai Poetic Fall and 5th World Haiku Association Conference in Lithuania, Sept 30 to Oct 5, 2009.
OUR EDITORIAL TEAM IN USA
Dr. Rosa Maria DelVecchio is a literary writer from America. She was asked to join our editorial team in 2011, shortly after our publication of her novella Road Rage—A Love Story. Born in 1960 to Italian immigrants from the region of Abruzzo, Rosa was raised and educated in Ohio, where she worked nearly 10 years in private sector and over 30 years in public service, primarily on the staff of CSU, where she was granted Associate of the University status upon her retirement in 2013. During grad school she taught freshman English at her almae matres, CSU (MA’84) and CWRU (PhD’93). Her 2009 poetry collection, Voices from the Castle Dungeon, is among our best sellers, and her works have been published in several literary journals since 1987. Novels she has edited for Cyberwit include Eeti vs. Ansh by P. K. Deo, One-Night Stand by T. Sara, The Seventh Cup by N. K. Jain, Tall Man, Small Shadow by V. P. Goyal, and others. Rosa resides in Brooklyn, Ohio, where she is writing Rose Castle Pride, a beast-epic series of novels set in a multicultural, territorial fantasy world of “big cats.”
Jean LeBlanc teaches at Sussex County Community College in Newton, New Jersey, USA. She is the executive editor of the Paulinskill Poetry Project, a small press dedicated to the philosophy that all poetry is local. Her poetry has appeared in numerous journals, as well as in her four collections which include Just Passing Through (Paulinskill Poetry Project 2007) and At Any Moment (Backwaters Press 2010), as well as two books with Modern English Tanka Press.
OUR MISSION IS TO:
• Promote poetry for peace and friendship.
• Strengthen interest in poetry and the creative arts in an era of scientific advancement and technological sophistication.
• Publish diverse trends of contemporary creative writing worldwide.
• Offer spectacular poetry, fiction and artwork by creative artists across the world.
• Produce anthologies and journals featuring a diversity of creative writers and artists.
• Publish outstanding creative artists in our international journal, Taj Mahal Review, devoted to literature and peace.
• Promote original contemporary creative writing through a variety of voices and a diversity of cultures.
CYBERWIT… where all nations gather together in a single place. The name of Cyberwit is known to readers in several countries, and our authors are not only from India but also from USA, UK, Norway, Ireland, Romania, Germany, Netherlands, Australia, Italia, Canada, Argentina, Spain, France, Portugal, Japan and many other countries. Please join our network of creative artists in our mission to promote ideals of peace, love, beauty and freedom through creative expression. Our books are meticulously edited by an experienced, educated and dedicated staff of creative writers. Cyberwit has published a myriad of new poets, short story writers, novelists, and artists. All across the globe, the significance of the arts shines brighter than ever in the 21st century, the Golden Era of World Literature and Art.