Jaydeep Sarangi is a bilingual writer, academic, editor, interviewer, translator and author of a number of significant publications on Postcolonial issues, Indian Writing in English, Australian Literature, Marginal literatures and Creative Writing in reputed journals/magazines in India and abroad. He is in the editorial board of several refereed journals in different continents including Mascara Literary Review(Australia), Arawali, IJOWLAC, Gnosis(India), CLEaR (Slovakia), etc. Widely anthologised and reviewed as a poet and a critic on Indian poetry in English, he has authored five poetry collections (From Dulung to Beas to The Wall and Other Poems) in English and one in Bengali. His next volume, To Whom I Return Each Day is scheduled for release in Udine, Italy in the 3rd week of April, 2017. About his poems Keki Daruwalla says, “Jaydeep Sarangi gives a fresh paint to everyday living. ‘Small rivers’ near tribal villages are his haunts. His language can be unorthodox, where a rock can turn into a ‘reckless flow”, but his poems are a rewarding read, with the scent of herbs coming through the pages.” With Rob Harle( Australia), he has authored five anthologies of poems from India and Australia.Link to these anthologies: https://www.cyberwit.net/publications/739
With Usha Kisore , he has recently published, Home Thoughts: Poetry of British Indian Diaspora (2017). Link: https://www.amazon.com/Thoughts-Edited-Kishore-Jaydeep-Sarangi/dp/9385945718
He has interviewed many premier poets like Jayanta Mahapatra, Shanta Acharya, Laksmi Kannan, Bibhu Padhi, Niranjan Mahanty, Arundhati Subhramaniam, Stephen Gill and Usha Kishore. He has two books on Jayanta Mahapatra and one full book on Niranjan Mahanty.