This is absolutely overwhelming and fabulous to know that the anthology curated by Staffordshire, UK #PoetLaureate MEL WOODEND "Earth: A Place Worth Fighting For" has received a letter of thanks from the legend Sir David Frederick AttenboroughIt fills me with the overwhelming feeling that he is reading our works. Thanks to the tireless efforts of MEL WOODEND and Congratulations!! to all … Continue reading A Proud moment for the contributors of anthology “Earth : A Place Worth Fighting For”
I'm elated to see my poem " We All Rise Out of Love", first published in SONKU Collective, has been featured in the Winter Edition 2020 of the LifeStyle Magazine LILIPOH( Life, Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness Through Health"). My heartfelt gratitude goes the EIC Ellaraine Lockie for supporting my work.I'm chuffed to share the … Continue reading Poetry published in the LifeStyle Magazine LILIPOH Winter Edition
I'm elated to share the news that my prose poem "Weeping Willow" has been selected to be published in the Arcs Prose Anthology 2021.It is a narrative prose poetry anthology with a nostalgic theme. Immensely grateful tor the EIC Dr Pragya Suman for her support for my creative work. Looking forward to ts publication to … Continue reading Prose Poetry selected for publication in the Arcs Prose Poetry Anthology 2021
I'm proud to share an exhaustive account of the inception and the fruition of the Kali Project by Co-Editor Candice Louisa Daquin published in the Borderless Journal. Borderless is a journal with a goal of connecting all writers and readers beyond the bonds of money, nationality, rituals and cultures… to a world of ideals. We look for … Continue reading Media mention of the #TheKaliProject in the Singapore based Borderless Journal
So happy to see my prose poem "Love , interrupted" published in the Ekphrastic journal Visual Verse. Thankful to the entire team for their tireless efforts in challenging us monthly and supporting the works of the writers in the community. You can read my poem here Happy Poetry!! Megha Sood Image by Tom or Judy Moore
Happy to share my poem "Time's Up" published in the anthology “It can’t happen here” curated by Moonstone Arts Center. Thankful to the EIC Larry Robin for selecting my poem for this powerful anthology. In Words of Larry Robin This anthology is about the reflections on January 6, 2021 and the state of America. On the same day … Continue reading Poetry Published in the “It Can’t Happen Here:Reflections on Jan 6,2021” Anthology by Moonstone Arts, PA
Had an absolutely amazing experience at "The Box" Reinvention" event yesterday hosted and curated by JC Poet laureate Rescue Poetix and Ariel Guidry From poetry, visual arts, dance to music, it was an evening immersed deeply in all genres of creative arts.The artist lineup was amazing, to say the least, and I was proud and … Continue reading Poetry Reading at the “The Box : Reinvention” event by Jersey City Theater Center
I'm elated to share the news of the publication of my homage poem for Ahmaud Arbery, an unarmed 25-year-old black man who was pursued and fatally shot while jogging near Brunswick in Glynn County, Georgia, "An Act of Self Defense" published in the coveted Canadian journal Subterranean Blue Poetry. Immensely thankful to the Poetry Editor Rebecca … Continue reading Poetry Published in the Subterranean Blue Poetry Vol IX Issue 2 “Black Lives Matter” edition
I'm excited to see that my short story about my american dream has been featured on PBS.Org American Portrait Story. PBS American Portrait is an ongoing, evolving initiative that asks you, and people all over the country, to submit your individual stories by responding to one of a number of thought provoking prompts. Whether it’s joy or … Continue reading Featured on the PBS American Portrait #AmericanPortraitPBS
I'm excited to share the details of the monthly poetry reading event organized by the host and moderator of the "When Women Speak". It was my absolute pleasure and honor to share the space with one of the brilliant and empowering voices like Jersey City Poet Laureate Rescue Poetix, Kween Moore, Kiana Amaya, Dr Antoinette … Continue reading Poetry reading at the “When Women Speak”(Women empowering women through voice) poetry event on Feb 16,2021
I'm really excited to be part of this timely and purposeful anthology, based on raising awareness for the environmental issues, curated by Staffordshire Poet Laureate 2019-2022 Mel Wardle Woodend for the Staffordshire Green Arts festival 2021. My poem " Mother of the Forest" has been selected to be included in the anthology and it added … Continue reading Book Launch of the Poetry Anthology “Earth: A Place Worth Fighting For” on Feb 17,2021
An exhaustive account of the inception and the fruition of the Kali Project by Co-Editor Candice Louisa Daquin At the beginning of 2020 … I had a conversation with Indian surrealist poet Devika Mathur about an anthology of Indian women poets. I had just edited Devika’s first poetry collection, Crimson Skins (Indie Blu(e) Publishing), and […]
I'm happy to share the details of the #Poetryreading event on Feb 13,2021 moderated and hosted by the EIC of Prolific Press Glenn Lyvers. The events featured the current, forthcoming and former poets published by the Prolific press or any of its literary journals. The event was graced by 33 poets. I was recently published … Continue reading Poetry reading Event for the Prolific Press on Feb 13,2021
I'm excited to be part of the upcoming event "THE BOX: Reinvention" by Jersey City Theater Center (JCTC) moderated and hosted by Jersey City Poet Laureate Susan Justiano AKA Rescue Poetix and Artist/Singer/Song Writer Ariel Guidry. The event will presented live via ZOOM on February 19@7:00PM, 2021. About the event To support this event, you … Continue reading Poetry Selected for upcoming event by Jersey City Theater Centre : The Box:Reinvention on Feb 19, 2021 at 7 pm
I’m excited to share the pictures of Annual Anthology 24th Annual Poetry Ink by Moonstone Arts Center, Philadelphia.It features my poem "Silence - A Lost Art". Immensely thankful to Larry Robin and Elijah Pringle III for selecting and supporting my work. Honored to share the space with Suzana Perez,Daniel T O'Hara, Prabha Nayak Prabhu, Elijah … Continue reading Poetry Published in the 24th Annual Poetry Ink by Moonstone Press, Philadelphia,USA
Review of “Medusa’s Daughter” by Jane Rosenberg LaForge In her third full length poetry collection Jane Rosenberg LaForge explores the intricate relations between her mother and herself and how it percolates in her upbringing. She compares and contrasts her mother’s legacy with the legend of the Medusa, the Greek gorgon.In this riveting collection, the poet … Continue reading Blog Tour and Book Review for “Medusa’s Daughter” by Jane Rosenberg LaForge
I had the most exhilarating experience of the attending the book launch and selected readings from the book 2020: The Year That Changed America curated and edited by Kevin Powell. The book came out as culminated efforts of the writers of the Kevin Powell Writing Workshop. Acclaimed writer Kevin Powell and the historic Nuyorican Poets … Continue reading Book Launch of “2020: The Year that Changed America” by Kevin Powell Writing Workshop
I'm happy to share the news that my poem has been selected as the finalist in the "Best Poem" category in the Adelaide Literary Awards 2020. My heartfelt thank goes to the EIC Stevan V Nikolic for selecting my work and giving me the position among the esteemed poets. I'm happy to share the space … Continue reading Finalist in the “Best Poem” Category in the Adelaide Literary Awards 2020, NYC
So honored and elated to see my poem "Bless Us Lord, For the sin-free Life we are living" previously published in the anthology " Lift Your Voice" by Kissing Dynamite, featured in the poetry section of WordCity Monthly February edition Issue 6. My deep gratitude goes to Darcie Friesen Hossack, Associate Editor/Head of Content for … Continue reading Poetry published in Literary Journal WordCity Monthly, February 2021 Issue 6
I'm happy to share that my review of the novel "The Red Diary" by the prolific poet Neelam Saxena Chandra has been published on the website Different Truths. Different Truths is a social journalism platform. Based on the tenets of participatory journalism, Social journalism creates a synergy between the citizen journalist ( any lay person, … Continue reading Review of the novel “The Red Diary” published on the website Different Truths
Happy to share few snapshots of the poetry reading for the anthology curated by Don Kingfisher Campbell for the Spectrum Publishing Press, California .Thankful for his support for my poetry. I’m elated to see my poem “Lust” in the Edition #26 of Spectrum Publishing based on the theme ” Sex”. Immensely thankful to the EIC and founder Don Kingfisher … Continue reading Poetry Reading for Spectrum Publishing, California, Edition no 26, on January 30 at 6pm
A brilliant and breathtaking #review of the #anthology The Kali Project by the utterly talented Melita White of Feminist Confessional.Please read the review to know more about the anthology and the fierce and powerful voices it carries. You can read the review here Melita’s work has also been published in the anthologies You Are Not Your Rape, We … Continue reading Book Review of “The Kali Project” by Melita White of Feminist Confessional #TheKaliProject #BookReview
Indie Blu(e) Publishing is reopening submissions for our upcoming anthology But You Don’t Look Sick: The Real Life Adventures of Fibro Bitches, Lupus Warriors, and other Super Heroes Battling Invisible Illness for 10 days only.
We will happily accept submissions of writing, but are particularly eager to receive additional submissions of art. If you know an artists living with a chronic, invisible medical illness, please reblog this post or share the link for this announcement.
The submission deadline isFebruary 14, 2021.
The focus ofBut You Don’t Look Sick: The Real Life Adventures of Fibro Bitches, Lupus Warriors, and other Super Heroes Battling Invisible Illnessis on writing and art from those living with a chronic but invisible physical illness or disability, such as fibromyalgia, lupus, multiple sclerosis, cancer, digestive disorders, chronic fatigue syndrome, diabetes, migraine headache, dysautonomia, etc.
Anthology Submission Guidelines
SUBMISSIONS ACCEPTED: December 1, 2020 through
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THE RED DIARY BY NEELAM SAXENA CHANDRA Book Review by Megha Sood “Red Diary” is a riveting and deep exposition of the entire spectrum of human emotions ranging from love, desire, hatred, revenge, thrill, and mystery. It has all the elements of a successful and good novel worth reading from cover to cover. I love … Continue reading Book Review of “The Red Diary” Neelam Saxena Chandra
It is with great pleasure and excitement I share the news of my chapbook acceptance by the award-winning Finishing Line press. The Chapbook "My Body is Not an Apology " is soon to be published by the Finishing Line Press in 2021. Finishing Line Press is an award-winning small press publisher based in Georgetown, Kentucky, … Continue reading Acceptance of my first chapbook “My Body is Not an Apology” by Award Winning Finishing Line Press, USA