The present anthology, Myriad Mirrors: Reflections on North-East Indian Literature in English: Recent Criticisms, is a sincere attempt to evaluate some prominent literary figures of North-East Indian Literature in English. It includes more than ten in depth critical essays on some of the latest perspectives of the region by eminent scholars of the country. The writers that have been focused are: Mamang Dai, Indira Goswami, Mitra Phukan, Moushumi Kandali, Anjum Hasan, Nabanita Kanungo, Bhaskar Roy Barman, Arbind Kumar Choudhary, Krishna Barua, Rajendra Bhandari, Niranjan Chakma, Jogamaya Chakma, etc. There are references to many other writers as well in the process of discussion. I anticipate that the spectrum of the papers presented in the book will be sure to enhance the understanding, appreciation and evaluation of North- East Indian Literature in its totality coupled with its great variety of form, content, beauty and charm. I hope that the book will get a warm reception in the hands of writers, readers, scholars and teachers who want to be more conversant with the myriad aspects of North-East Indian Literature in English.