The inaugural number of the journal had papers on Pankaj Mishra’s The Romantics, Women Writing in Contemporary Indian English Fiction, Japanese Noh Drama, R. K. Narayan’s The Guide, The Cultural Designation of Feminism, Thomas Pynchon’s The Crying of Lot 49, The Lady of Shalott, Manohar Malgonkar’s Open Season and Blake’s ‘The Tyger. It also had a Panel report on “History and the South Asian Novel Written in English”, 20th European Conference on Modern South Asian Studies, University of Manchester, July 2008. A brief write-up on The International Aldous Huxley Society (IAHS) of Germany was another special feature of the journal. There were some reviews too. The contributors included MUSTAFA BAL (International University of Sarajevo), A. N. DWIVEDI (Allahabad University), A. A. MUTALIK-DESAI (IIT, Mumbai), ANITA MYLES (D.D.U. GorakhpurUniversity), MÓNICA CALVO-PASCUAL (University of Zaragoza), CHRISTOPHER ROLLASON, NANDINI SAHU (Indira Gandhi National Open University) and ANITA SINGH (Banaras Hindu University).
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Fawzia Afzal-Khan, Montclair State University, USA;
Suman Chakraborty, India; K. V. Dominic, Newman
College, India; A.N. Dwivedi, University of Allahabad, India;
Stephen Gill, Canada; Karen Alkalay Gut, Tel Aviv
University, Israel; Ann Iverson, Dunwoody College of
Technology, USA; Seema Miglani, JCD College of
Engineering, India; D.Parmeswari, Madurai Kamaraj
University, India; Christopher Rollason, France; Jaydeep
Sarangi, Seva Bharati College, India; Ludmila Volna,
Charles University, Prague; Amarjeet Nayak, Thapar University.
K. P.Singh, India; Nidhish Kr. Singh, India.