Ahmedabad, Gujarat India (PressExposure) April 10, 2007 -- The work of acclaimed Indian poet & world record holder Nikhil Parekh is now being featured in the freshly released (version 2.0) and electronically downloadable McGill English Dictionary of Rhyme, which now includes a powerful editor called VersePerfect. The dictionary, which was authored by the noted American poet and inspirational author, Bryant McGill is used by over one hundred thousand writers, educators, students, aspiring poets, and songwriters from more than 100 countries. The astonishing editor included in this package was developed by McGill and Adam Markowitz, who is a former top software engineer from Borland International. Parekh's poem "Come let's embrace our new religion" appears under the "Samples" section in the dictionary alongside other internationally acclaimed poets, musicians, lyricists, and authors like Susaye Greene, Adam Mariucci, Chantelle Paige, Nome Wynn, Vincent John Ancona, Linda Kordich, Charlotte Banke, and E'Cas Evans.
The McGill's English Dictionary of Rhyme stands as the world's most extensive rhyming reference ever created in the history of the English language. This essential reference, dedicated by poet McGill to "fellow poets everywhere," is perfect for poets, songwriters, lyricists, copywriters, advertising agencies, pathologists, speechwriters, advertisers, teachers, students, researchers, linguists, writers, or anyone who enjoys rhyming words. Recently mentioned on the front-page of the prestigious Wall Street Journal newspaper, and by the New York Times, the dictionary represents the pinnacle of linguistic achievement of its type.
Professor Joseph Pisano, the Director of Music and Fine Arts Technology and the Assistant Chairman of Music and Fine Arts for Grove City College, Grove City, PA recently noted in his review of the new release that, "This is a 'must have' for any musician, writer or lyricist! No doubt, there will be statesmen and government copywriters using this program for speech writing (if they aren't already!). This software is a 'no-brainer' for inclusion into school programs and as an adjunct tool within the curriculum; it is simple enough to be used at the grade school and high school levels and provides such advanced features that university students will benefit greatly by using it as well! This very well may be the 'killer app.' of the lyrical world and it's FREE!"
The brilliantly spruced up version 2.0 of the dictionary can be downloaded for free from VersePerfect.com. This electronically downloadable dictionary software can even be run from a portable USB thumb/jump drive, which may be carried in the user's pocket, making this reference perfect for students and those on the go.
This inclusion represents yet another feather in Parekh's already full cap of world record holding accomplishments and recognitions, and a royal tribute to rhyming English poetry at its best. Discover Parekh in entirety for his poems, world records and biography at NikhilParekh.com or Authorsden.com/NikhilParekh .