Jackie Kabir, an English-language teacher, is also a writer and a translator. She has contributed as a translator in Contemporary Short Stories from Bangladesh by UPL and Fugitive Colours: A Collection of Short Stories by Selina Hossain published by writers.ink. A translation of her short story A Flash of Lightning had appeared in an anthology Ganthagolpo published by writers.ink. Her short stories appeared in Ninth Edge published by Songbed and Sticks and Stones published by MLA Printers. Atlantic Publishers of New Delhi has anthologised her research papers titled, Aspects of Globalization in Inheritance of Loss, Deconstruction in White Tiger, and A Comparative Study of A Golden Age and Kartography in the compendiums: Indian Booker Prize Winners, Critical Responses to Kiren Desai and Modern Literary Theory: New Perspectives, respectively. Jackie had co-edited a book titled Lekhoker Kotha published by writers.ink. She has also translated a well-known fiction by Selina Hossain River of My Blood which was published by Rupa. Born in Sylhet, Jackie lives in Dhaka, Bangladesh.