About the author

Tulasi Acharya was born in the South Asian country of Nepal. He completed his Master’s degree in English in Tribhuvan University in Kathmandu. He also taught English and Journalism courses at colleges in Nepal, where he authored textbooks on mass communication and journalism. A prolific writer, Acharya published short stories, poems, and articles in Nepali journals, national newspapers and online. He moved to the United States in 2008 to pursue a Master’s degree in creative writing. He holds a Ph.D. in Public Administration from Florida Atlantic University, USA. Originally from Nepal, Acharya has a Master’s degree in Women’s Studies and a degree in Professional Writing and Creative Writing. His research interests are disability, policy, gender and sexuality, marginalized narratives, critical theory, and post colonialism, including creative writing and translation.

What People Say

Tulasi Acharya holds a PhD in Public Administration from Florida Atlantic University, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA. Originally from Nepal, Acharya has a master’s degrees in Women’s Studies and a degree in Professional Writing. His research interests are disability, policy, gender and sexuality, marginalized narratives, critical theory, and postcolonialism, including creative writing and translation.

ROUTLEDGE

Tulasi’s poems ooze out of the poet’s experience and perception looking at people and the world around him. Most of the poems are on the theme of love, life, and liberty. They cover a decade long time period in the Himalayan country of Nepal that was affected by People’s war. All poems carry emotions, human sentiments, and remnants of war, poverty, and loss of lives. Brilliant poetry, strong images, very poetic!

Kay Traille, author of Hearing Their Voices.

“Tulasi’s novel “Running from the Dreamland” sees America through the eyes of a visiting student from Kathmandu as he struggles to make a life in his new land. . . . Importantly, this story gives us insight into the immigrant experience and the difficulties and joys of adjusting to a new culture.”

Anthony grooms, author of Trouble No More Bombinham

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