Dear Academic Fraternity
Namaste and Greetings!
Trust you are in sound health and fine spirits.
It gives me immense pleasure to announce that we have designed The Expression: An International Bi-monthly Refereed Multidisciplinary e-Journal to publish your work the best possible way. Even the façade of our journal beautifully narrates how we fag and work hard on our manuscripts. The pealing of words of manuscripts in our every issue will mesmerize you when you will sit for the perusal of our published manuscripts. We here are committed to do swift review and rapid publication of your quality manuscripts. You can send your original Article/Poem/Interview/Book-review/Short-story/Case-study and Monologues etc. in this journal before the deadline so that we may get sufficient time to review your work and ensure its publication in that particular issue.
As far as pecuniary matters are concerned, we accept donations from people around the world. Keeping in view the quality and standard, we will try to give an opportunity to research scholars and experts equally to get their work published without much financial burden on them. Only quality submissions, with no doddery pace inside the manuscripts, will be published. Do ensure Zero Plagiarism status otherwise that contributor will be blacklisted and is likely to be blocked forever for this journal. On receiving large number of manuscripts, decision of peer review committee, in accordance with the decision of the editor-in-chief, will be final and binding for rejection/selection of submitted manuscripts and the concerned author will be immediately intimated about the status of paper.
In the penultimate paragraph of my pep talk, I would just conclude that we finalize any issue only after required to-ing and fro-ing on the manuscripts. Through this journal you can make your presence felt in the world on the international publishing platform. It is hoped that the pennant of this journal will unfurl in every country of the world irrespective of the boundary of nation, language, culture or heritage and all the manuscripts will be imbued in the technicolour template teeming with the material that of course, will meet international publishing parameters.
Dr. Bijender Singh
B.A. (English), M.A. English (India), M.Phil. English (India), Ph.D. (USA), 2nd PhD Thesis (India), D. Litt. (hc, Brazil), "Doctor of Humanity", hc, (USA), UGC-NET, Uttrakhand-SET, Gujarat SET, Maharashtra and Goa SET, Himachal Pradesh SET, Haryana TET Shastri, Arts & Crafts Teacher, MPHW (Male)
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Dr. Bijender Singh is the Writer/Editor of:
1. Late Night Poetry ISBN: 978-81-8253-447-6
2. Confusing Poetry ISBN: 978-81-8253-451-3
3. (ed.) Love: A Sweet Poison ISBN 978-93-85137-03-7
4. (ed.) Gender Discourse in Indian Writings in English ISBN: 978-81-9075-136-0
5. (ed.) Indian Writing in English: Critical Insights ISBN: 978-81-7273-914-0
6. (ed.) Indian Dalit Literature: Critical Ruminations ISBN 978-81-7273-965-2
7. (ed.) Critical Essays on Indian Diaspora ISBN 978-81-7273-966-9
8. (ed.) Indian Dalit Autobiographies: Marginalized Voices ISBN 978-93-5207-0169
9. (ed.) Indian Women Novels: Feminist Reverberations. ISBN 978-93-83192-94-6
10. (ed.) Dalit Women's Autobiographies: A Critical Appraisal. 978-93-5128-200-6
11. Female Protagonists in Shashi Deshpande's Novels. ISBN 978-93-86242-10-6
12. (ed.) Race and Ethnicity: Afro-American Literature. ISBN 978-93-86242-17-4
13. (ed.) Dalit Men's Autobiographies: A Critical Appraisal. ISBN 978-93-5128-240-2
14. (ed.) Diaspora, Women and the Margialized: Literary Perspectives ISBN. 978-93-86655-51-6
15. (ed.) English Language Teaching: Innovations and Practices. ISBN 978-81-8435-576-5
16. (ed.) V.S. Naipaul: A Critical Evaluation. ISBN. 978-93-86655-56-1
17. (ed.) Comparative Literature: A Global Perspective ISBN 978-93-86655-60-8
18. (ed.) Dalit Literature: Journey from Repression to Resistance. ISBN: 978-93-5324-052-3
19. (ed.) Different Dimensions of Dalit Discourse ISBN: 978-81-269-3012-8
20. Dilon Ke Darmiyan ISBN: 978-93-8728-189-9
21.( ed.) Paradigms of Marginality: A Critical Assessment. ISBN:978-93-5324-086-8
22. (ed.) Marginal Voices in English Literature. ISBN: 978-93-88536-40-1
23. (ed.) Mapping Marginalization: Negotiating the Nexus of Exclusion. ISBN: 978-93-88536-48-6
24. (ed). Thematic Concerns in English Literature: Text and Context. ISBN: 978-81-946060-1-7
25. (ed.) World Literature: Emerging Trends, Texts and Theories. ISBN: 978-93-88361-42-2
26. Poetry for Differently Abled. ISBN: 979-1-64983-412-6
27. V.S. Naipaul's Novels: A Critical Study. Upcoming 2021.ISBN: 978-16-3606-062-0
28. (ed.) Dalit Men's Autobiographies: Convergences and Divergences ISBN: 978-93-5324-616-7
29. (ed.) Dalit Women's Autobiographies: Convergences and Divergences Upcoming 2021.
30. Jazbaat-e-Jindagi. Coming soon.
31. (ed.) Dalit Literature: Recent Responses and Ruminations. Upcoming Soon
32. (ed.) South Asian Diaspora: Theme, Style and Context. Upcoming 2022