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T.Wignesan
  • T.Wignesan: Born in Kuala Krai, Malaysia. Up to his twenty-first year in Singapore, India, and Malaysia; then in London, Heidelberg, West Berlin, Madrid, and Paris.

    Education: After only four years of schooling at Batu Road School and the Victoria Institution in Kuala Lumpur (1946- 1949: dropped out in 1950); school and higher school certificates (Cambridge University: 1951 (SC: 9 subjects - Grade One) & 1953 (HSC: 1 A-level & 3 O-levels), and London University GCE: 4 A-levels and 1 O-level - 1955); Bar studies at the Inns of Court School of Law, London (1953-56)...

 
Taha Kehar
  • Taha Kehar is a fiction writer, poet, freelance journalist and blogger on social affairs who has previously worked as Assistant Editor at a media magazine. He is the author of Writing words with fire and has been published in several anthologies and magazines, including Taj Mahal Review, A World Rediscovered and Equator Line.

 
Tahera Moiz Mannan
  • Amidst multiple roles as wife, mother, daughter-in-law, home maker and teacher the one which Tahera reserves for herself is that of a muse. She was born to a businessman father and home maker mother in a sub-urban settlement of the city of Nagpur in central India.

 
Tamaso Lonsdale
  • Tamaso Lonsdale has been writing most of her life.  She was first published at the age of nine in the Sunbeams children's section of the Sydney Sun.  She is the author of 18 published books, several short stories and poems in anthologies and has been awarded prizes in several competitions.

 
Tanay Iyer
  • Born on November 9th, 1993, in Mumbai,Tanay Iyer spends his free time composing poetry and expressing his thoughts and emotions through writing. Currently pursuing his final year of graduation in Mass Media, he believes writing is the strongest and one of the clearest forms of expression and communication. His natural ability to play with words and communicate emotions has only grown since he started penning down his thoughts in his school days.

 
Tanni Bose
  • Mrs. Tanni Bose, an English teacher at Tendruk Higher Secondary School, Royal Government of Bhutan. hails from Kolkata, West Bengal. She was born and brought up in the steel city, Rourkela since her father was a SAIL employee. 2008 was a defining period in Ms Tanni s life when she published a few of her works in the school magazine and made the self-discovery that she was in romance with words. The romance bloomed first in 2012 when her anthology, Dawn and Dusk was published.

 
Tanuja Mullick
  • Tanuja Mullick is from the Deep South. She is married to a Bengali who is a Novelist in English and a Civil Servant in the Indian Administrative Service. They have a daughter.

 
Tasneem Sara
  • Tasneem Sara lives in Ahmedabad. Her area of expertise includes an array of content development. She excels in creative writing and creates master pieces in modern fiction. You can connect to Tasneem through her website www.tasneemsara.com

 
Thelma N. (Schlup) Shutters
  • Etched In Stone is a collection of poems by Thelma N. (Schlup) Shutters. She was born in Kansas City, Mo., 1945, to Jesse A. & Bessie A. Schlup. Her father died in 1947. Her mother remarried in 1953 to Edgar A. Poe, together they had three children. She grew up in southwest Missouri, USA where she still resides. She moved to a small town in the same area in Vernon County, Schell City, Mo., in 1995. March 1st., 2002 at the age of fifty-seven She wrote her first poem (Porcelain Angel) Since then her poems has been published in numerous poetry books, and in the local newspapers. She is a wife and a mother of five grown children, she now has fifteen grandchildren and two great grandchildren.

 
Thomas Vaughan Jones
  • Thomas Vaughan Jones has been a salesman, a professional soldier and a fire officer. He decided to study and write poetry when he retired. When he was a boy, Thomas loved poetry. His favourites were Tennyson, Walter de la Mare, Robert Louis Stevenson, and men of that ilk. Men who could make a poem come alive in rhyme and rhythmic verse. There is very little of such poetry around anymore. Free verse appears to be the norm, and few find inspiration in attempting to read, mark, and inwardly digest streams of somebody else's self ex-pression.

 
Thotalam Chellaswami
  • The author of the above presentation is Thotalam Chellaswami (date of birth 31th July 1925), the holder of master s degree in mathematics (Madras University) and in Economics (Punjab University) and Statistician s Diploma (Indian Statistical Institute). He is a retired senior officer of Indian Economic Service (Assistant Economic Advisor to Govt. of India) and Senior Advisor of the United Nations (ILO). He founded in 1985 Srinivasa Gita Satsangh Trust (a charitable and Cultural Trust) in honour of his father, Late and revered Thotalam Srinivasachari with himself as Founder Trustee. The Trust has been duly registered in 1985.

 
Tialila Kikon
  • Tialila Kikon, teaches literature at Mount Tiyi Govt. College, Nagaland. She is currently a PhD candidate writing her thesis on Ecocriticism with reference to Toni Morrison's selected novels. Deeply in love with poetry, she is inspired by life, love and nature and believes that humanity is the only religion that can heal the world. A few of her poems were published in 'Feminist Voices Across Cultures: A Poetry Anthology' and some of her Tanka poems appeared in 'Winter Writes: Poems, Stories & Sagas', a kindle ebook published by the Whitesboro Group of Writers, New York. Her poems 'Indeed' and 'Children of Conflict' were selected out of 300 poems submitted by many poets from around the world and displayed at the Moberly Arts and Cultural Centre, Vancouver, Canada on 12th March 2016 at the WIN-UNESCO World Poetry Month Celebration on the theme of Love and World Peace.

 
Timothy Gager
  • Timothy Gager is the author of Short Street and Twenty-Six Pack, both collections of short fiction and the e-book, The Damned Middle. Timothy is the founding co-editor of The Heat City Literary Review and has edited the book, Out of the Blue Writers Unite: A Book of Poetry and Prose from the Out of the Blue Art Gallery. http://www.timothygager.com/

 
Tina J
  • Tina J currently works as an Assistant Professor at St. Stephen s College, Kottayam (Kerala, India). She is also pursuing her doctoral degree at the School of Letters, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam. When not busy teaching or researching, she likes to spend her time pursuing her triple passions: photography, writing and travelling. This anthology is her first published work, providing insights into her personal view of the world.

 
Tom Leddy
  • Until he retired Tom Leddy had, since graduating, taught Mathematics from lower secondary school to university degree level, the latter at a Teacher Training College. During this period he spent 3 years holding a Short-Service Commission in the Royal Air Force and 3 more years as headmaster of a small secondary school. . Marrying soon after taking his first post, Tom and his wife, Pauline, have two children, a boy and a girl. With young children they enjoyed extended family gatherings in the UK and Ireland, the latter being the birthplace of Pauline s and Tom s grandparents.

 
Tribhawan Kaul
  • Born in J & K state of India on 01-01-1946 Tribhawan Kaul is a published writer-poet in hindi having published his first book Nanhe Muno Ke Rupak at the age of 13 years. He has already published his two anthologies Sab Rang (2010) and Mann Ki Tarang (2012). 

 
Trishna Damodar
  • Trishna Damodar is a romantic at heart. She enjoys travelling and exploring new places. She also has a love for dance and music. Her previous book of verses Mind & Heart Speak Words, was a compilation of 69 poems based on events and experiences she had during a span of time.