Voices From The Hills: North-East Indian English Poetry: A Critical Gaze is a modest attempt to evaluate some prominent literary figures of North-East Indian Poetry. It includes more than ten in-depth critical essays dealing different latest perspectives of the region by eminent scholars. The poets that have been focused are: Temsula Ao, Mamang Dai, Easterine Iralu, T. Monalisa Changkija, Nini Lungalang, Esther Syiem, Mona Zote, Kynpham Sing Nongkynrih, Robin Singh Ngangom, Desmond L. Kharmawphlang, Anjum Hasan, Bhaskar Roy Barman, Arbind Kumar Choudhary, Rajendra Bhandari, Niranjan Chakma, Jogamaya Chakma, Nabanita Kanungo, etc. There are references to many other writers as well in the process of discussion. The spectrum of the papers will surely enhance the understanding, appreciation and evaluation of North-East Indian Poetry 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, teachers and academicians who want to be more conversant with the various unknown and untouched shades of North-East Indian Poetry.