Monday, 30 October 2017
A Quantitative Analysis Of Media Language
My M.Phil Dissertation titled 'A Quantitative Analysis Of Media Language' has been published by Lambert Academic Publishing:
Thursday, 4 May 2017
the vision of the baptist
The Vision Of The Baptist
(A narrative poem in three books. Inspired by Sir Edwin Arnold’s Light of Asia, John Milton’s Paradise Lost and the KJV. Web-published at the nirmaldasan home page, May 2017)
DEDICATION: To My Mother Indira Renjitha Selvi
Wednesday, 1 February 2017
My latest collection of verse has just been web-published at the nirmaldasan home page. Here is how it begins:
Think about this trilogy. First came Rocking Pegasus, in which my Muse was upon a rocking horse. And then came Literary Trivia & Curiosities, in which the rocking horse metamorphosed into a rocking chair. After many years, in February 2017, soars Playful Poesy with wings of wax.
Read on at:
Saturday, 4 June 2016
I, Nirmaldasan, am a disciple of Dr. Nirmal Selvamony, from whom I still learn the principles of poetic composition. Over the years, I conducted poetry workshops in different institutions: Good Earth School, Sri Ramakrishna School, SRM University, Women’s Christian College and Bharathi Women’s College. I would love to conduct poetry workshops in other institutions too and help students tackle all the 28 exercises in this Poetry Workbook.
Read on at the nirmaldasan home page:
Sunday, 6 March 2016
Prose is composed of words, phrases, clauses, sentences and paragraphs. There are four functions of prose: narrative, informative, imperative and persuasive. In any prose passage, there is meaning and rhythm. When you read aloud a passage, you should enunciate each sound and pronounce each word clearly so that the listeners can grasp the meaning and the rhythm.
Read on at the nirmaldasan home page
Tuesday, 25 August 2015
ode to gaia & other poems
My latest collection of poems appeared in print in July 2015. I have put up an online version at
Do read and send feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, 18 March 2015
Friday, 12 December 2014
they are online!
The first batch of students of the Certificate in Online Journalism programme announced that they are online at the viva voce examination on Saturday (29 November 2014) at the MCC School of Continuing Education, Tambaram. They have created for themselves a website, a blog and a twitter account.
“During my first class, I was so blank about the course and I thought that I could not get through this course. But later I found it easy to deal things Online,” says Rebecca Jennifer, one of the 18 students who had enrolled for this course.
According to Helen Ann Joseph, “Once you get a novel thought, it becomes very easy to publish it. Online journalism classes have helped me realize my potential.”
Another student, Rubina K., had posted many poems online and was pleasantly surprised to receive ‘appreciation and authentication from an Australian named M.C. James’.
The online presence has not just helped the students get a certificate, but also display their talent. Says Sumithra M.R., “Online Journalism class has helped me to improve my knowledge and it was also helpful when I got the campus placement in Tata Consultancy Services.”
Happy New Year 2015, the next batch of students will be ready to go online! The course coordinator is N. Watson Solomon, an independent Communication Consultant with vast media experience in The Hindu and other organisations.
Tuesday, 6 May 2014
As Easy As 1-2-3
I have put together a collection of most of my articles that appeared in various magazines over the years. Titled 'As Easy As 1-2-3, it has been webpublished at http://www.angelfire.com/nd/nirmaldasan/aea123.html
Friday, 7 March 2014
The Pleasures Of Indolence
I just webpublished 'The Pleasures Of Indolence' comprising two long poems of mine:
Last year I webpublished 'A Season Of Mischief' (selected essays):
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