The Quiver Review publishes and features poetry, fiction, dramatic texts, experimental oeuvre, films, music, photography and visual art, essays, reviews, workshops and all that is artsy. Art published in the The Quiver Review are protected by copyright. Reader discretion is advised.
Girl at the Piano (The Overture to Tannhauser), Paul Cézanne
MEGHA MAZUMDAR (she/her/hers)
Megha is a student of St. Xavier’s College, Kolkata, India, currently pursuing her post-graduation in English Literature. Apart from this, Megha is the Publications Head of the journal, The Renaissance, India. She has been published in various national and international journals, where she has contributed both as a creative writer (through poetry and articles) and as an academician. Megha has presented a handful of papers all over India, her recent ones being on South-Asian Canadian Diaspora, Eco-Feminism, and Women’s Criminology in Victorian England. She is also a winning contributor of an essay competition (June, 2021) on Indian Diaspora arranged by TMYS, India in collaboration with the University of Birmingham. She is still active with a couple of her publications, awaiting on Flood and Natural Calamities. Megha is a silver-medallist and a holder of the All-Rounder Award from AMITY University, Kolkata, for her excellent academic and extra-curricular capabilities, as portrayed during her under-graduation.