I have the pleasure of working with for a new publishing company who will be publishing an anthology of Indian Female Poets writing in English beginning later this year. This is in response to the powerful movement toward emancipation and equality by Indian women. And how despite this, they are still having to face sexism, … Continue reading Call out for Indian Female Poets for an upcoming anthology : Publishing Opportunity
I’m really excited to be part of this amazing anthology bringing these voices together of sixty poets around the world. So proud to be sharing spaces along with David Dephy, Moinak Dutta, and many others.My immense gratitude to Jay Chakravarti for supporting my work. So glad to see my two poems "Mistaken Identity" and " … Continue reading Poetry published in the “Masques” anthology by Culture Cult Magazine
I'm really honored to have my poem "A Silent Witness" published in the anthology "Art in the time of COVID" by American Writers Review which is published by San Fedele Press. I'm so proud to be sharing space with Susana H case, Indran Amirthanayagam, and many more. A portion of the profits from this e-book … Continue reading Poetry featured in the anthology “Art in the time of Covid-19” by American Writers Review :#1 in Amazon’s new poetry releases!
I'm really excited to be part of this amazing anthology bringing these voices together of sixty poets around the world. So proud to be sharing spaces along with David Dephy, Moinak Dutta, and many others.My immense gratitude to Jay Chakravarti for supporting my work. Masques feature over sixty poets from around the world who have … Continue reading Poetry published in the “Masques” anthology by Culture Cult Magazine
Thrilled to see my poem published "A Semblance of Peace" in the World Biggest Anthology "SOPWBAOCP" ( Songs of Peace World Biggest Anthology of Contemporary Poetry) by League of Poets.With over 26,000 engagements and participants from 139 countries of the world. only 1,000 poets were selected. This anthology competition is a project for global peace … Continue reading Poetry Published in the World’s Biggest Anthology “Songs of Peace World’s Biggest Anthology of Contemporary Poetry SOPWBAOCP” by the League of Poets
So honored to be included in the online anthology curated by the World Wide Writers Web "Striving For Survival" This online anthology curates the work of 182 poets from all over the world. I'm excited to have my three poems featured in this anthology. I'm really grateful to EIC NilavroNill Shoovro and the entire team … Continue reading Poetry Published in the Online Anthology 2020 “Striving for Survival” by Our Poetry Archive
I'm thrilled to have three of my poems featured in the Fevers of Mind and Poetry Digest curated by David L O' Nan. The digest is Poetry, Short Stories, Interviews, Art, Photography with interweaving moods of humor, anxiety, happiness, love, sadness, mental health awareness, hope, faith. Many creative poets, artists, photographers, lyricists in each issue. … Continue reading Poetry published in the “Fevers of Mind and Poetry Digest Issue 1” by David L O’Nan
I'm absolutely thrilled and elated to share this news that RECLAIM- An Anthology of women's poetry curated by the talented Elizabeth Deyro is out today in both the online( pay what you want) and the print version. It is a culmination of the voices of 47 talented women writers around the world by award-winning creator Ann Kiernan … Continue reading RECLAIM- An anthology of women’s poetry is out today-Get your copy now!
This marks a milestone in my writing journey as three of my poems have been accepted in the anthology "We will not be silenced" released on 30th November 2018 by Indie Blu(e) Publishing. So thankful to the editors for accepting my poems and making me part of such a wonderful mission. The anthology We Will … Continue reading Three poems published in the anthology “We will not be silenced” by Indie Blu(e) Publishing- “Flinch”, “Companion”, and “Phoenix”
My second poetry anthology alongside 12 other talented writers by Blank Paper Press out today on Amazon. Grab a copy.
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We Will Not Be Silenced: The Lived Experience of Sexual Harassment and Sexual Assault, Told Powerfully Through Poetry, Prose, Essay and Art is in the best seller #1 position for Poetry Anthologies and the #1 New Release in Women’s Poetry on Amazon!
Please, if you have not yet purchased a copy, consider doing so for someone else if not for yourself. You can even purchase to give to a shelter or rape crisis center. We deliberately kept the cost low so most could afford a copy and the message in this incredible anthology would be spread.
We Will Not Be Silenced is going to have the first of several events tomorrow November 30 on Facebook if you are able to attend and whilst there, if you want to join We Will Not Be Silenced on Facebook and the accompanying site, Sisters of Indigo Light
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And the day has finally arrived which marks the book launch of my writings alongside other talented and brave writers. It's not just a book but mission to raise the awareness about sexual abuse survivors through prose, poetry, and art. Really thankful to the editors Christine E. Ray, Candice Louisa, Kindra M Austin, and Rachel … Continue reading Indie Blu(e) Publishing Announces The Release of We Will Not Be Silenced
This is the seventh and final poem in the anthology of poems based on Social Evils. I really appreciate the strength and encouragement of my blogging family which helped me in spreading awareness but as they say, the work never stops, so keep spreading the word. Please read the previous ones here and spread the word. The … Continue reading A cry for life
This poem is sixth in the anthology of poems based on Social Evils. Please read the previous ones here Failed virtues of the people today nothing can be fixed going to church every day You're Catholic and I'm pious and we still have our fingers dipped in the blood of our desires What makes you more … Continue reading Saintly- Social Inequality
This poem is fifth in the anthology of poems based on Social Evils. Please read the previous ones here Rape is a severely under-reported crime with surveys showing dark figures of up to 91.6% going unreported. A United Nations statistical report compiled from government sources showed that more than 250,000 cases of rape or attempted rape were recorded by police … Continue reading Lucky
This poem is fourth in the anthology of poems based on the Social Evils. Please read the previous ones here. Domestic Violence against women – particularly intimate partner violence and sexual violence – is a major public health problem and a violation of women's human rights. Global estimates published by WHO indicate that about 1 in … Continue reading Broken
This poem is third in the anthology of poems based on the Social Evils. Please read the previous ones here. This post is an ode to the strong, fierce women who are survivors of acid attacks. They go through immense physical and emotional pain but still manage to rise from the ashes like a phoenix. Approximately … Continue reading Brave
This poem is first in the anthology of the poems based on the Social evils. This poem is based on the social evil of Child marriage where a young child (usually a girl below the age of fifteen) is married to an adult man.This poem encompasses the feeling of that child bride being devoured by … Continue reading Final Goodbye
Hello, my blogging family, As they say that "Pen is mightier than the sword" and being a poet/blogger we all know about the mesmerizing and strong impression our words can make on the lives of the people around us. On the eve of the World poetry day, I would like to wish all my bloggers/writers/poets of … Continue reading Social Evils ( An Anthology)
My first anthology. Which sin are you accused of?
Hello, my blogging family,
Recently I started working on my anthology of poems about the seven deadly sins. However, it started with me writing a poem about jealousy and while I was nearing the end of it, it just crossed my mind to do the whole series about the seven deadly sins. I’ve never worked on an anthology before and this is my first humble attempt, so I’m really apprehensive about it. As always, I expect the support and constructive feedback from my community, which makes me a better writer by each passing day.
I’m planning to publish a poem daily for the next seven days.Hoping, I would be able to live up to the expectation of my readers.
As I keep publishing, I’ll keep updating the links to the posts below.
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This is the fourth and the final poem in the anthology of poems called Lifecycle of a poem. My taloned hands my bony fingers are itching to dip themselves in the ink and paint a visceral picture of pain and beauty and all that there is; Chaotic thoughts in my resplendent mind is looking for a vent … Continue reading Birth of a poem
This poem is first in the anthology of poems based on the Lifecycle of a poem What is a poem? I call them little bits of creativity scattered here and there in your mind. Hiding, waiting to be discovered, waiting to take shape in form of words.Every time you trace the path, it changes its … Continue reading What is a poem?
“Every heart sings a song, incomplete until another heart whispers back. Those who wish to sing always find a song. At the touch of a lover, everyone becomes a poet.” ― Plato Hello, my blogging family, This next series of poems I'm trying to write is an ode to poetry. I just wanted to write … Continue reading Lifecycle of a poem ( An anthology)
This poem is fourth in the anthology of the poems based on the five elements. Please read the previous ones, if you haven't. Space--The Space element represents the sky, but inside our body, represents the exit points - like ears, nostrils, and mouth. According to our Hindu culture, once the soul exits the body after death … Continue reading Sky
This poem is third in the anthology of poems based on the five elements. Please read the others if you haven't yet. Air--The Air element represents the air, wind, cyclones, and tornadoes. But in our body, it comprises the breathing pattern and the gases moving inside our body. “Your omnipresence is marvelous! I breathe and you … Continue reading Air