Another moment of pride and happiness to see the review of the print anthology ” The Kali Project” co-edited by Me and Candice Daquin and published by the Indie Blu(e) Publishing by the eminent Economist,Researcher and Historian Dr Belinda Roman in the Line Rider Press.
Belinda Román, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of Economics at St. Mary’s University. Prior to joining St. Mary’s Román was Professor of Economics for Palo Alto College in San Antonio. She is a member of the American Economic Association and its Committee on the Status of Minority Groups. Román also holds membership in the American Society of Hispanic Economists, serving on their Communications Committee and the International Federation for Feminist Economics.
Line Rider Press is a working-class poetry website and book publisher that seeks to showcase class-conscious, counter-cultural, and human-centered poetry and viewpoints. They take pride in being a working-class publication offering poetry from provincial locales and other vantage points often overlooked by the mainstream publishing world.
Excerpt from her review
Employing this multifaceted goddess to stand for the women of India, may not encompass every faith within India, but is a highly recognized emblem of the feminine, as indicated by the passionate response to The Kali Project by authors and artists alike. With the potential to destroy or create, Kali represents the duality of femininity and isn’t a shrinking violet or a motionless statue, she’s a vigorous, passionate entity who seems alive within the Kali festivals held throughout India in her honor — Dr Belinda Roman.
You can read the full review here.