Ramola D is the Founder and Editor of Delphi Quarterly. If you are interested in working with Delphi as Poetry, Fiction, or Memoir Editor, or as Interview Co-editor, please drop her a line.
Founded on the basis of sheer love for the writer-interview as art form, Delphi Quarterly was originally co-edited by writers with an interest in literary journalism, Ramola D, Dan Gutstein, and Shilpa Kameswaran. Our launching co-editor was Joe Ponepinto, now at Woodward Press.
Ramola D is the author of Invisible Season (WWPH, 1998) (poems), and Temporary Lives (University of Massachusetts Press, 2009), awarded the 2008 AWP Grace Paley Prize in Short Fiction. Recipient of a 2005 NEA Fellowship in poetry, her fiction and poetry have appeared in various journals and anthologies, most recently in All About Skin: Short Fiction from Women of Color (University of Wisconsin Press, 2014), Kweli Journal, Kartika Review, Greensboro Review. Her articles, reviews, and writer-interviews have appeared in various forums including The Writer’s Chronicle, The Short Review, Indian Express, and The Los Angeles Review. Ramola lives in the Boston area, teaches art/science/creative writing workshops for kids, and, keen to save the world, most especially the USA, from run-amok corporate/fascist ruin, runs the fast-growing, non-partisan, all-inclusive concerned-citizen information, action, and news website, The Everyday Concerned Citizen.