Annual of Urdu Studies, v. 6, 1987 p. 159.

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Wazir Agha: See the note inside.

Baidar Bakht: An expert in constructing bridges, he is also engaged in an ambitious program of translating modern Urdu poetry in several volumes.

Shelah S. Bhatti: Lives in Madison, Wl.

Asif Aslam Farrukhi: Short story writer; writes on Urdu literature for several English journals in Karachi.

Shamsur Rahman Faruqi: Critic and poet; founder/editor of Sabxun (Allahabad). Nida Fazli: Poet; lives in Bombay.

Faruq Hassan: Poet and critic; teaches at Dawson College, Montreal. Zahida Hena: Lives in Karachi; another story by her appeared in the AUS ^4.

Intizar Husain: Lives in Lahore; author of several novels and many volumes of short stories; Journal of South Asian Literature devoted a special issue to him, edited by M.U. Memon, in 1983.

Wayne Husted: Lives in Madison, Wl.

Muzaffar Iqbal: Has finished his first novel in Urdu which he typed using the Urdu word-processing program developed by Donald Becker; presently living in Canada and working on his second novel.

Victor G. Kiernan: Distinguished translator of Iqbal and Faiz.

Balraj Komal: Poet; recently won the Sahitya Akademi Award; teaches English in Delhi.

Leslie Lavigne: Poet; lives in Montreal.

Muhammad Umar Memon: Short story writer; teaches at the University of Wisconsin, Madison; has translated extensively from Urdu.

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