Ram Avadh Prajapati (M. A., B. Ed., UGC-NET) has been working in the University of Allahabad, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India. He was born in 1991 in Pratap Garh Uttar Pradesh. He got his primary education in his home town. He did his Post graduation from the University of Allahabad. He did P. G. in English and Economics. He writes poems in Hindi and English. His is a well known name amongst academicians. He has edited a large number of books on different aspects of Indian Writing in English, Post colonial Writing, Diasporic Literature and Dalit Literature. His books have been well appraised for thematic and stylistic correctness. Most of his books are available in libraries of academic institutes. He has got published several research articles on different themes and techniques.

His following books are available in libraries and shops-

1. Contemporary Indian English Writers: A Critical Exploration ISBN-978-81-922645-0-9

2. Perspectives on Postcolonial Writing: An Exploration ISBN-978-81-922645-1-6

3. Indian English Poets: Critical Responses ISBN-978-81-922645-2-3

4. Indian English Dramatists: An Exploration ISBN-978-81-922645-3-0

5. Indian English Novelists: Critical Responses ISBN-978-81-922645-4-7

6. Women Writers and Writings about Women: Critical Articles ISBN-978-81-922645-54

7. Diaporic Literature: Critical Articles ISBN- 978-81-922645-81

8. Wings of Nature and Other Poems

9. Poetic World of Biplab Majumdar: Critical Responses ISBN-978-81-92245-4-7

10. Indian Writing in English: Themes and Techniques ISBN- 978-93-82485-59-9

11. Articles on Literary Luminaries: ISBN - 978-81-8435-499-7

12. Perspective on Eco-Critical Studies

13. Indian English Novels: Themes and Techniques 

14. Perspectives on the Plays of Girish Karnad: An Insight

15. Mahesh Dattani and His Plays: Themes and Techniques

16. Critical Perspectives on the Works of Rohinton Mistry

17. Outlook on Girish Karnad and His Plays

18. Critical Insights on Indian English Poetry

19. Critical Ruminations on Indian English Novels

20. Critical Perspectives on Partiton Literature

21. Diaspora Literature: A Thematic Study