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Gaurav Karkhanis
  • Gaurav Karkhanis is a poet, short story author, freelance writer, and an aspiring novelist, living in Mumbai, India. He is a member of a global writers forum called The Writers Lounge, and the vastly popular IndiBlogger network.

Geert Verbeke
  • Born in Kortrijk, Flanders (Europe) on 31 May 1948. Father of four and husband of one! Children: Hans (°1969), Saskia (°1972), Merlijn (°1984) & Jonas (°1986). His soulmate: Jenny Ovaere, ex-teacher, today a companion for Joker adventurous travelling. Author (poetry, novels, meditations, fairy tales), writes haiku since 1968. Recorded 14 cd's with relaxation music on singing bowls.

Geeta Chhabra
  • Geeta Chhabra writes her poems in English and her verse has been translated into Arabic and appears in reputed Arabic journals. Following the success of her first two books: An Indian Ode To The Emirates & No Journey Ends, Smash My Glass showcases some of her latest poems along with prose pieces. The volume is a captivating account of her observations some that are joyful, and some which are laden with grief. As a mentor, critic and guide, Indian poet Nissim Ezekiel encouraged Geeta Chhabra to write and that greatly propelled her poetic expressions. In 2012, Geeta Chhabra received the Poets Printery International Best Poetry Website Award for Creativity and New Age Poetry for her website, where she regularly encapsulates her point of reasoning. In the year 2012, 2014 and 2015 Geeta Chhabra received awards from the Japanese Soka Gakkai International for promoting peace through poetry. Geeta Chhabra is an Indian who divides her time between Mumbai and Dubai.

George Bradford Patterson II
  • George Bradford Patterson II has deserved several times First Prize in Poetry in the monthly Poetry Contest by my institution, since he is a distinguished member of Bilingual MCA, in merit of his unique ability to write outstanding poems in both English and Spanish Languages. I learned to appreciate and even admire his particular style entangled by his non reverential mood to see reality. George is that kind of writer who does not know how to disguise ugliness.

George Drandakis
  • Eloise is collection of poems by George Drandakis, born in Peristeri, Athens, 27-1-1945. "After graduation I took exams for a position in a Greek Bank in which twelve thousand of candidates took part, of whom only seventy were to be appointed. I succeeded to be the eighth in the success row. I have also published essays, pieces of criticism and poems in a lot of good literary magazines and newspapers, national and local, for instance "Eleftherotypia" (newspaper), "Planodion", "Alevevan", "Schedia", "Ellitrohos", "Periplous" and so on (magazines). I am member of the Pan Hellenic Poetry Society."

Girish Kute
  • I like writing humour and impersonations. Poetry keeps my mind at work therefore I am never idle. I am looking forward to make valuable contributions to the field of literature in future. I idolize Mr. Sachin Tendulkar for his sheer professionalism and the way he carries himself on and off the field. I hold a dream of dining with this great son of India at least once in my lifetime. I feel indebted to my teachers and my school for their invaluable contributions to my life and I hope that I will be able to return at least something back.

Glory Sasikala
  • Glory Sasikala (Born: January 6th, 1964) is a poet and writer residing currently in Chennai, Tamilnadu. She was born in Kolkota and did her schooling there. Her husband, who was a bank manager with Canara Bank, died tragically in a road accident in 2008. She has two children, a daughter-in-law, and a grandson.

Gopa Nayak
  • Born and brought up in Bhubaneswar, Orissa, Gopa set up a home and raised her two sons in Hong Kong and Singapore. She then moved to Oxford to pursue her Masters leading to a DPhil from Oxford University. It was during her stay in Oxford that her words found meaning in poetry.

Gopal Lahiri
  • Gopal Lahiri was born in 6th December, 1957 in Calcutta, India. He has been writing poetry for more than twenty five years. He writes both in English and Bengali (mother tongue).He also occasionally writes fiction, short story, essay, articles on current affairs and scientific interest and does translation work. He is an earth scientist and currently lives in the coastal state of Gujarat, India.

Gouri Banerji
  • "Most of Gouri Banerji's school days were spent in a convent in Mussoorie- the then UP as a boarder.She spent her holidays reading books or writing short stories. After her Graduation from Kamala Nehru College in Elective English, she did her M A in English Literature and also another M.A. in Political Science from D U. She worked with Indo-German Chamber of Commerce for three years, after which she worked at an European Embassy, for 18 years. She left for Dehradun when her son was four, for his better education. Here she joined as English Teacher in a prestigeous CBSE School and was able to give more time to her writing. She has written "Ramayana" in a prose form in English, which was enacted by the students of the school bringing much appreciation to her ability as writer. After retirement from teaching she is able to devote all her time into writing short stories and novels".

Gouri Srivastava
  • Dr. Gouri Srivastava, is a Professor in Women's Education, National Council of Educational Research and Training, New Delhi. She has done her M.A., M.Phil from Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) and Ph.D. from Delhi University. As a student and as a professional she has received several scholarships at the National and International level. Scholarship awarded are from JNU, Indian Council of Historical Research (ICHR), Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR) for pursuing M.Phil (1984) and Ph.D. work (1985-86). Scholarships was granted from the George Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research, Braunschweig, Germany to carry out research on analysis of social science textbooks of South Asia from the view point of Gender and Peace (2006). She is an Asia fellow having received scholarship from the Asian Scholarship Foundation Bangkok to undertake research work on Gender and Peace in textual materials and contextual situations in the Republic of Maldives (2006-07). She has presented papers in several National and International seminars/conferences on themes related to Girls' Education and Women s Empowerment.

Gregg Dotoli
  • Gregg Dotoli lives in New York City area and has studied English at Seton Hall University. He works as a white hat hacker, but his first love is the arts. His poems have been published in, Quail Bell Magazine, The Four Quarters Magazine, Calvary Cross, Dead Snakes, Halcyon Magazine, Allegro Magazine, the Mad Swirl, Voices Project, Writing Raw and Down in the Dirt.

Guntaj Arora
  • Guntaj Arora is a young poet and works to promote other young writers around the world. She is the editor-in-chief and founder of Miracle, a literary and arts magazine. She is also an editor at Nostrovio! Poetry and has been constantly working to promote modern poetry. She has been published widely in various anthologies and has won many poetry competitions around the world.