Book Review of my full-length poetry collection “My Body Lives Like a Threat” by Dr. Anita Nahal published in the Pine Cone Review


I’m happy to share that Dr. Anita Nahal’s review of my debut full length poetry collection My Body Lives Like a Threat”  published by FlowerSong Press  has been published on the Pine Cone Review. Immensely grateful to the EIC and  founder, Susmita Paul and Editor, Candice Louisa Daquin for supporting my work and publishing the review of the book on the website.

The Pine Cone Review is a literary magazine that believes best things in life are free. It is a no-fee, no-pay market. It publishes issues that are freely accessible to anyone. The Pine Cone Review began with a focus on brown existence. It continues to publish one issue every year on this very theme. The Pine Cone Review however, is not aimed at exclusivity. Brown selves and the similes and metaphors of brown existence across the world  can be different depending on the space and the speaker.To know more about the journal, click here.

You can read the review of the “My Body Lives Like a Threat” here.

You can also order the book at the following links:

Barnes and Noble:
FlowerSong press Website:
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Happy Poetry!!

Megha Sood

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