I'm thrilled to see my poem and story, I have written as a response to the effect of the ongoing pandemic in our lives, have been accepted and added to the historical archive created by the Stanford University " Life in Quarantine- Witnessing Global Pandemic".The project has been sponsored by CESTA( Centre for Spatial … Continue reading Poetry and Story accepted in the Literary Archive “Life in Quarantine” by Stanford University, USA
So thrilled to share my writing journal and my future plans with the EIC of The Poet Magazine (UK). I'm really thankful to Robin Barratt for asking me such interesting questions and giving me the opportunity to share my writing journey, experiences, lessons, and inspiration with the readers od the magazine. I was recently also … Continue reading Interview Published in The Poet magazine (UK)
“The quiet sense of something lost” ― Alfred Tennyson I'm lost in the translation wandering between the pages of a book hiding between the folds and sitting under a neatly folded dog-eared page waiting to be pulled I'm surrounded by the pages of my life and left behind in the stories untold that old shattered spine of that dusty book … Continue reading Lost in translation
In response to the Tuesday Prompt: Finish the phrase “You tried to ruin me, but I…” "They buried us, but they didn't know we were seeds." -- Dinos Christianopoulos, A Greek Poet. You tried to ruin me but after being tormented for eons, mutilated and spliced walking barefoot on the shards of my pulverized dreams. Now … Continue reading Transformation
I'm stoked to see my audio reading featured in the Heard/Word Series of Galleyway, New York. I'm really thankful to Camille Wanliss, the founder and EIC, of Galleyway for accepting my work. Sharing the space with brilliant and talented voices like Chaya Babu, Venus Jones, Stephanie Han and many more have raised my spirit. You can … Continue reading Poetry featured in the Heard/Word Audio Series of the Galleyway, NY
I'm really excited to share the details of my recent open mic at the Elizabeth Youth Centre open mi event organized by Open Road Poetry. The evening was filled to the brim with Poetry, Spoken Word, Lyricists, and Acoustic performances. Featuring Artists Rashad Wright, Jersey City Poet Laureate, and Talena Lachelle Queen, Paterson Poet Laureate. … Continue reading Virtual Poetry reading at Elizabeth Youth Center Ensemble organized by Open Road Poetry
In that thickness of the deep mesh of woods where the heart feels the light is denied and it falls prey to the devouring reality Those twisted twigs and tangled thoughts And people living with broken truth my doppelgänger tries to find its true identity Those little saplings of dreams and wishes cursed … Continue reading Quest – A reflection in woods
Life in Quarantine: Witnessing Global Pandemic I'm extremely elated to share the news of my partnership with the Project "Life in Quarantine- Witnessing Global Pandemic " with Stanford University, California, USA. The project has been sponsored by CESTA ( Centre for Spatial and Textual Analysis ) and Poetic Media Lab at Stanford University. The project … Continue reading Partnership with “Life in Quarantine-Witnessing Global Pandemic” Project by CESTA, Stanford University, California, USA
I'm stoked to be in the next issue of the Inwood Indiana. My Poem "Dance of the death" has been selected for publication in the forthcoming issue " Fallow Ground" by Inwood Indiana Press. Inwood Indiana is one of the sister presses of the Prolific Press. In the words of the editor: Inwood Indiana is … Continue reading Poetry Published in the Inwood Indiana ” Fallow Ground” Issue
My words are falling incessantly from that oak tree lying in the refuge at the bottom of that big old giant waiting for the mercy of the wind to gently glide and take away to promised lands where they were strewn again or kept in the folds of the those yellow pages to remind us again … Continue reading My words
One of the publications I”m really proud of.
I’m thrilled to see my poetry published in the America Best Emerging Poets Series -New Jersey by Z Publishing. The book not only features my poem but also opens with a quote from my poem.
Thoughts, Reflections, and
Streams of Consciousness
What do you do with the wound
that is healed?
Do you count along the scars
as the soul heals and repairs,
or do you scrape it again?
Not to forget the lesson it reveals.
– Megha Sood
Begun as a blog in the fall of 2015, Z Publishing, LLC, soon transitioned into book publishing. This transition came in response to the major problem currently plaguing the publishing world: For writers, finding new readers can be tremendously difficult, and for readers, finding new talented authors with whom they identify is like searching for a needle in a haystack. With Z Publishing, no longer will anyone have to go about this process…
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I'm excited to share my list of publications/events/interviews for the month of July 2020. Every month I compile the list and share it with my readers as it can serve as a valuable list of places to submit poetry for emerging writers. Following is my list of print publications/news/events for the month of July 2020. 1. … Continue reading List of publications for the month of July 2020
In response to the Tuesday Prompt at GoDOGo Cafe prompt: Beneath the surface of the night Beneath the surface of the night your sorrows paints a different shade of happiness a different shade of grey The night paint kohl in your eyes underline the magic in your gaze; it casts the spell of your tantalizing … Continue reading Amulet
So stoked to be part of the World record challenging publication by Tacenda Publication. Really thankful to the EIC and founder Monisha Dasappa and her team for supporting my work. Looking forward to its publication and the inclusion of my story " Birth of an Angel". You can find more details about the publication here. … Continue reading Story accepted in the World Record Challenging Tacenda Publication
Deny me bread, air, light, spring, but never your laughter for I would die. --Pablo Neruda It is the sheer feeling that mere thought that I can be turned down for the most beautiful wonderous feeling on the face of this earth a feeling so deeply woven. into the fabric of our hearts. The core … Continue reading Denied