Dr Shruti Das is Associate Professor in the Department of English, Berhampur University in Odisha, India. She is a creative writer and a critic, writing bilingually in English and her native tongue Odia. She has participated, presented papers and chaired sessions in many National and International Seminars in India and Europe. She has published more than 50 research articles and also creative work in National and International Journals and books. She has written eight books: From Margin to the Centre- A Toni Morrison Reader (2009), Contemporary Communicative English (2010,), Language Learning Skills: Teacher’s Perception (2016), The Widening Gyre (OUP 2016), Re-Thinking Environment: Literature, Ethics and Praxis (2017),Form and Finesse: Business Communication and Soft Skills (2017), A Daughter Speaks: a Collection of poems (2013) and Lidless Eyes (2015). She is widely traveled and is member Board of Editors and member Advisory Body of many National and International Literary Journals and the Editor of Literary Oracle. Her poetry has been published in many anthologies and journals in India and abroad. She has received international acclaim for her first volume of Poems placed in the Bibliography of Commonwealth Writers. Her special interests are Eco-criticism; South Asian Feminism, Postcolonialism, Indian Aesthetics; Linguistics and English Language Teaching.
She is a lifetime member of EFSLE and she has also been appointed as the Joint Secretary for its Odisha Region.