Publications

Srutimala Duara


In English :

  • The Sunset Hour and Other Stories - a short story collection in English, Spectrum Publications, (Modern Book Depot) Gauhati-Delhi, 1998.
  • Waiting for the Last Breath - a short story collection in English titled. Spectrum Publications, (Modern Book Depot) Gauhati-Delhi, 1999.
  • The Jhoolan Evening – a short story collection in English, Spectrum Publications, (Modern Book Depot) Gauhati-Delhi, 2000
  • Travelling with Dreams – a novel in English, Spectrum Publications, (Modern Book Depot) Gauhati-Delhi, 2001
  • Maya’s Party – a novel in English, B.R Publishing Corporation, Delhi, 2003
  • Ashes in the Seas – a novel in English, B.R Publishing Corporation, Delhi, 2003
  • More than 100 articles published in The Times of India, The Assam Tribune, The North East Times and The Sentinel.
  • Abridged Hucklebury Finn that was accepted as a Rapid Reader of Class VIII by the schools under SEBA.
  • Had a column ‘Slices of Life’ in Melange, the Sunday magazine of The Sentinel.


In Assamese :

  • Maan Gahanat - A short story collection, Chandra Prakash, Gauhati, 1997.
  • Sadhukathar Desh - a collection of stories for children, Lawyers’ Book Stall, Guwahati, 1995 Re-published by Anwesha in 2010.
  • Sadhukathar Bagicha – a collection of stories for children, Lawyers’ Book Stall, Guwahati, 1996 (This was selected by National Book Trust, India, as one of the Best Indian Children’s Literature published between 1990-1998.) Re-published by Anwesha in 2010.
  • Sadhukathar Topola – a collection of stories for children, Lawyers’ Book Stall, Guwahati, 1996 (This was selected by National Book Trust, India, as one of the Best Indian Children’s Literature published between 1990-1998.) Re-published by Anwesha in 2010.
  • Rupkathar Deshat Jurmon – a story for children, Lawyers’ Book Stall, Guwahati, Re-published by Anwesha in 2010.
  • Articles published in Amar Asom, Dainik Asom.
  • Short articles published as a columnist of Dainik Asom.
  • Serially published a travelogue titled, America Jatra in Nandini, an Assamese monthly.
  • About 20 short stories published in Dainik Asom, Gariyashi, Naam Nai and other magazines.
  • About 30 children stories published in Amar Asom, Pratidin, Akash and other magazines.
  • Pakhila Pakhir Rong – a novel published serially in the Assamese daily Dainik Asom, and then published in book form by Lawyer’s Book Stall, Guwahati, 2002
  • Gai Jao Aha Book-1 & 2 – two books of Nursery Rhymes, Lawyers’ Book Stall, Guwahati,


Translations :

  • Translated a short story by Abdul Malik published in Women brought out by Handique Girls’ College, a Spectrum Publication.
  • Translated Assamese short stories into English for publication in Katha’s collection of short stories.
  • Translated the English play Dear Brutus into Assamese for Radio production. It had been broadcasted.
  • Translated three short stories of Manju Borah – “Formula for a Formula”, “Just Another Ordinary Day” and “Indraloy” in Beyond Milestones, Manju Borah, Purbanchal Prakash, Guwahati, 2010


Papers in Research Journals and Books :

  • ‘Dickens’ Views on Female Professionals in Education as presented in his Novels’ in a literary journal Dialogue (Vol. 11, 1997)
  • ‘Immigrant Experience and Pain of Exile in Jhumpa Lahiri’s The Namesake’ in a book titled New Urges in Postcolonial Literature, edited by Sunita Sinha, published by Atlantic Publshers, New Delhi, 2009
  • ‘Conflicts of Globalization, Multiculturalism and Economic Inequality in Kiran Desai’s The Inheritance of Loss’, in a book titled Critical Responses to Kiran Desai, edited by Sunita Sinha and Bryan Reynolds, published by Atlantic Publshers, New Delhi, 2009
  • ‘Beauty and Humanity in Jyoti Prasad Agarwala’, in a book titled Culture, Ideology, Politics: Jyotiprasad Agarwala and his Vision for Social Transformation, edited by Akhil Ranjan Dutta, published by DVS Publishers, Guwahati, 2012