Born in 1955 at Kadykkavoor, Trivandrum. Daughter of Radhamma and Dr. Gopalan. She is working as Malayalam Professor in S. N. College. She has received Sahithya Keralam Award in 2006 for "Anamikayude Suvisheshangal". "Anamikayude Suvisheshangal" is a story of rebirth. The story of her battle against a disease gnawing on her life and her eventual win spreads strength to the readers as well. Reality and romanticism appears blended in the writing. Many studies based on this autobiography appeared since the publication of this work.
Born in the year 1981 at Kallachi. She writes poems and stories in contemporary journals.
Snehathinte Chila Kurippukal (some notes of Love) is her published work. The first part of this novel is included here. In the debut novel of Divya appear characters that bend before woman, Land and Power along with the world that accept them. In this novel Snehathinte chila Kurippukal, the plot and characters grow out of dairy notes. This is the story of some people who get abbreviated for their entire life in one day.
The language takes shape from the depths of woman’s mind. The style is unique because it is in the form of diary notes, spanning within eighteen years. The thoughts focused at dreams and hopes that travel back to the backyards of time and memory are emotionally intense. The author is inspired by the thought that writing is good to heal wounds despite the fact that silence is best where language and words fail in the face of intense emotions and experiences.
Gomathy Amma was born on 23 June 1942 in Paravoor of Quilon district. Her parents are S. Ramakrishnapillai and K. Gouri Amma. She studied in Fatima Matha National College and S. N. College, Quilon. She worked as a Malayalam teacher from 1968 to 1997 in various S. N. Colleges. Gomathy Amma’s published works are Jagratha (2002), Anavaranam (2003),Sailendrasringangalil (2006), Devatharu Pookkunna Thazvarakal (2008), K. C. Kesava pillai, Biography (2006), Mahayudhattinte Kanal Vazhikal needi oral and Oru Nepal Yathra (2010). Prof. G. Gomathy Amma, the poet frankly writes about the dark sides of the present day life. The simplicity of her poems is remarkable. Her poems are unique. They respect the innate virtues of the present times and at the same time protest serenely against the gross atrocities. Even the most recent events become subjects for her poems. No one hears the lamentations of the world. The hypocrisy of the current politics is reflected in the poem “Gang aye kollaam”. The poem criticizes the communal riots and the unnecessary pretentions of the politicians who fail to protect the essential s. (For wetting one’s mouth while death awaits No need to stock the sacred Ganges water Nearby shop will supply Bottleful of clear Bislery water Adding a bit of pesticide is no crime Have it with élan for the water is mineral.)
Born on February 14, 1947 at Pallickal in Trivandrum District. She was the first Muslim Girl who passed SSLC in 1962 from Pallickal Panchayat. Worked as Lecturer in various Govt. colleges until she retired from service in 2002. At present she is joint Secretary in ‘Alhimaya Orphanage and Charitable Society”.
Islamika Adarshangal (Principles of Islam) is her published work. The Chapter 'Islamil Sthreeyude Sthanam' ('Position of Women in Islam') is included here. This work describes the Islamic customs and rituals, along with the discussion of Islamic principles. The technical Terminology of Islam, heritage Acts and methods, Economical and Social dealings, the place and status of woman etc., are dealt with. It also presents the problems behind the Minority status of Muslims and their remedies. This book gives a lot of right information to those who are prejudiced against Islamic religion.
Padma Ramachandran was born on 21st August 1947 in Kanjangad, Kasaragod district. She has authored several short stories. Her story 'Kunnummale Theyyam' had won the Kerala state Santhisena award in 1994.In 1996 her story 'Thirumeni' obtained the Anveshi women’s council award .Her first collection of short stories titled "Padmayude Kathakal" had bagged Thiruvananthapuram Kalasnehi Award in 1998.Consumer vigilance Centre Award was given for her story 'Upabhohtrumaranam' in1996.Her story 'Swapnasadrusam”came out as the first prize winner in a story competition conducted by Mahilachandrika in 1998.Again in 2006, her story 'Edathu-Valahtu' was selected for the Devaki Warrier Award”.
"PadmayudeKathakal", "Swapnasadrusam", "MathurayileRadha", "Appothikkeeriyude Sathyam" and "Bhumiyude Kannu" are her published works. A section from the story 'Kavutheendal' is included in this book.