S. M. Minhazul Anwar (Mridul) completed MA in English Literature in 2005, and BA (Hons) in 2004 from the Department of English, University of Dhaka. He joined the Department of English Studies, State University of Bangladesh (SUB), in 2005, and has been teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels since then. He has five research papers, three as the single author and two as the first author, along with a number of newspaper articles to his credit. His diversified areas of interest include poetry of Metaphysical Age, Romantic Age, 19th Century and 20th Century, fiction of 18th Century and 20th Century, American Literature, Latin American Literature, media studies and translation. Besides teaching, he has been working as a journalist in The Financial Express (FE) since 2005. He also served the government as a member of Bangladesh Civil Service (BCS) Education Cadre. He is a life-member of Dhaka University Alumni Association, and Notre Dame Alumni Association, Bangladesh.
2. ‘Use of journey for exploration of Carpe Diem in The Epic of Gilgamesh’ - The Journal of SUB, March 2012
3. ‘R. K. Narayan’s The Financial Expert: A modern Marxist fable’ - The Journal of SUB, June 2011
4. ‘Search for individual definitions of morality in P. B. Shelley’s ‘Ode to the West Wind’’ - The Journal of SUB, July 2010