Boom of publishing industry in recent years and mushrooming of dot com websites has given poetry enough space to get published. And poetry of all genres has not only found a forum but also lent it a “voice” that’s articulate and pronounced, while traditional publishing houses have woefully lagged behind the literary scene. They have shifted their attention more to fiction and non-fiction than to poetry which, according their estimation is not viable and marketable. But some of the publishing houses though are newly established have taken over the old publishing houses, and boldly publish whatever comes their way. One such publishing venture is Notion Press that has gone on record publications of poetry.
Paul Mohan Roy has Ph.D. from Madurai Kamraj University. As a writer, poetic indulgence and meticulousness in handling emotions can very well be called his forte. The flair he has for story-telling, while taking care not to miss even the smallest detail makes these creative pieces a joy for readers who crave fiction.
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