Review of the anthology “The Kali Project” by Sanjula Sharma in Muse India , a Literary e-Journal

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Thrilled to see another review of the “Tha Kali Project” an anthology I co-edited with Candice Daquin for Indie Blue Publishing  featuring the work of 200+ Indian Women writers. The review was published in the literary e-journal : Muse India. The brllaint and the detailed review has been done by Sanjula Sharma. Immensely grateful to Sanjula Sharma and the editors of the Muse India for featuring the review and spotlighting the work of 200+ Indian women writers.

You can read the reviw here.

To know more about the reviwer:

Sanjula Sharma is based in Delhi. She is a journalist by profession and a writer by choice. A postgraduate in English Literature from Jadavpur University, Kolkata, Sanjula spent her formative years living on a tea plantation in Darjeeling. She studied at St Helen’s Convent and graduated from Loreto College in Darjeeling, West Bengal.

Sanjula’s career in print journalism took flight in 1990 with an in-house probation at The Telegraph, Kolkata. That was a pedestal for a tryst with freelancing in Delhi for national dailies like The Hindustan Times, Pioneer and Times of India. Her area of journalistic interest covers current events, art, music, culture, management matters, fashion, education, health, women’s issues, travel and human-interest stories. Sanjula’s travel pieces feature places and issues of interest in Egypt, Kuwait and Boston. While residing in Kuwait for two years, she freelanced for the country’s leading daily, The Arab Times and also for magazines like Kuwait this Month and The Times. She was an active member of the Kuwait Writers Workshop, an international literary group in the country.

Happy Poetry!!

Megha Sood

 

 

 

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