Readership: General readers as well as students and scholars of literature, in particular of North-East India, comparative literature, and translation studies
Tilottoma Misra, Dr, Department of English,, and Dibrugarh University, Assam
Tilottoma Misra was formerly Professor, Department of English, Dibrugarh University, Assam. Her published works include Literature and Society in Assam: A Study of the Assamese Renaissance 1826-1926 (1987), two novels Swarnalata (1991) and Louhitya Sindhu (1997), and Ramnabami-Natak: The Story of Ram and Nabami (OUP 2007).
Arunachal Pradesh: Lummer Dai, 'The Price of a Bride'
Mamang Dai, 'Travel the Road'
Yeshe Dorjee Thongchi, 'The Forest Guard' / Assam: Rasna Barua, 'The Partings'
Birendra Kumar Bhattacharyya, 'Mrityunjay'
Souravkumar Chaliha, 'Slaves'
Rong Bong Terang, 'A Smiling Village'
Atulananda Goswami, 'Munni's Legs'
Manoj Goswami, 'Samiran Borua is on his Way'
Arupa Patagia Kalita, 'The Conflict'
Manorama Das Medhi, 'A Time to Come'
Moushumi Kondoli, 'The Crossroads of Mukindon'
Imran Hussein, 'The Slaughter'
Kallol Chaudhuri, 'The Haflong Hills'
Shekhar Das, 'The Treasure-trove'
Pankaj Thakur, 'Ellen, the Tiger and I' / Manipur: Yumlembam Ibomicha, 'Nightmare'
Yengkhom Indira, 'The Herb Seller'
T. Bijoykumar Singh, 'The Mauled Cub' / Meghalaya: S.J. Duncan, 'Civility is all that Counts'
Wan Kharkrang, 'The Magical Power of the Necktie'
Kynpham Sing Nongkynrih, 'Jaiph: Scrumptious Meat or Prophetic Frogs?' / Mizoram: Thanseia Mona Zote, 'The Gold Necklace'
Vanneihtluanga, 'Innocence Wears another Look'
Margaret Zama, 'Liandova and Tualsiala' / Nagaland: Temsula Ao, 'The Curfew Man' and 'Sonny'
Monalisa Changkija, 'The Hunter's Story'
Easterine Iralu, 'The Man who Lost his Spirit' / Tripura: Haribhushan Pal, 'Nanda Teli'
Bimal Chaudhuri, 'Riot'
Haripada Debbarma, 'The Queen-Swap Magic'
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