I'm thrilled to share that my short interview has been featured in the "Backstory of the Poem" series curated by the Christal Cooper. The series has been uniquely crated by Christal Cooper, who through a group of questions shares with the readers the backstory of a featured poem. This time my poem "My Body Is … Continue reading Interview featured in the “Backstory of the poem” series by Christal Cooper
I'm thrilled to share the news of my upcoming interview and poetry podcast with the esteemed LA-based poet, Joshua Corwin for his series "Assiduous Dust". Assiduous Dust is the home of the On-the-Spot Collaborative Poem (OTSCP), a novel form of collaborative poetry where the featured poet and Joshua Corwin take turns in reading out phrases … Continue reading Podcast Interview on Assiduous Dust and OTSCP( On The Spot Collaborative Poem) by LA-based Joshua Corwin
I'm so thrilled to share the news of my first ever radio show which I did with host Amy McKenzie of WOW of Women Network. The 30-minute radio show was also featured on the Divas That Care Network founded by Candace Gish. My episode called "Generating Awareness" is where I have talked about my writing … Continue reading Featured on the BlogTalkRadioShow Episode “Generating Awareness” by WOW of Women and Divas That Care Network
So thrilled to share my writing journal and my future plans with the EIC of The Poet Magazine (UK). I'm really thankful to Robin Barratt for asking me such interesting questions and giving me the opportunity to share my writing journey, experiences, lessons, and inspiration with the readers od the magazine. I was recently also … Continue reading Interview Published in The Poet magazine (UK)
I'm so honored to feature on the online "BackStory of a Poem" series curated by Christal Car Copper. I am very excited to share the backstory of one of my favorite poems "Silence - a lost art" with the readers of the blog. The features trace the origin of the poem right from the early … Continue reading Featured in the “ Backstory of a poem” Series by Christal Car Cooper
So excited to be featured in The Poetry Question as I respond to my top 5 recommendation in the poetry. I'm really blessed to have shared the space with the best of the writing world. Do visit the website to read the recommendation from the best in poetry Do read my recommendations here and leave … Continue reading Poetry recommendations published in The Poetry Question -TPQ5
So delighted to have my interview featured on the Edinburg, Scotland based literary journal - Mumble Words. Do visit their website to see the amazing work they are doing to support the arts and literary community. If you are interested in knowing a bit more about your fellow blogger and poet you can visit the … Continue reading Interview featured in Edinburgh, Scotland based Literary Journal -Mumble words
I'm excited to see my interview featured in the "Spotlight on Writers" series featured in the NY based Spillwords Press. Really thankful to the editor Dagmara for giving me this wonderful opportunity. Here is the link for the interview. Happy blogging! Megha Sood
So thrilled to see my interview published in the Scotland based Literary Journal. Go, take a look.
Megha Sood’s talent began blossoming in the Himalayan foothills, these days it is flourishing in the streets of New Jersey…
Hello Megha, so where are you from & where are you at at, geographically speaking?
I was born in a quaint little hilly city called Nangal, Himachal Pradesh, India. I have spent most of life in India and traveled a lot around the Northern states as my father was transferred often. After getting married in 2008 I shifted my base from India to the east coast of the United States. Now I live in Jersey City, New Jersey. My home is next to the beautiful Hudson River.
When did you realise you were a poet?
Writing poems has always given me that cathartic feeling and to pen down your deep thoughts have always given me solace. Writing in any form lets you connect to your deeper self. This change in…
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So excited to be featured in the Poet profile interview series of Vita Brevis literature.Do read the interview to know a tad bit more about me.
A Brief Bio: Megha Sood lives in Jersey City, New Jersey. Her works have been featured in GoDogGoCafe, Whisper and the Roar, Duane Poetree, Visual Verse, Vita Brevis, Poets Corner, Modern poetry, Spillwords Press, Indian periodicals, Literary heist, Little Rose Magazine and in many other publications. She recently won the 1st prize in NAMI NJ Dara Axelrod Mental Health Poetry contest. You can find her blog here.
What is the purpose of poetry?
Poetry molds your perception about life and its beauty in general. To me, my words are not only self-healing but conduits for people who have lost their voice and need a medium through which they can express themselves.
Tell me about your early experience writing poetry
I started writing almost two years ago, but it was mostly in bits and pieces or whenever I could get the time to scribble a few lines…
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I'm very excited to share the details of the interview done by amazing Christine at GoDogGO Cafe. A virtual cafe where writers, readers and anyone with a passion for writing can gather and share their beautiful thoughts while warming their fingers to a cup of coffee. Read the following interview and get to know a tad bit … Continue reading On Becoming a Writer: Megha Sood
I’m so happy and excited to be part of the “Meet the blogger” series by Kate.Come take a look and get to know about your fellow bloggers a tad bit more.
Only came across Megha more recently but her poetry and ideas are very personal and powerful. She is a recent blogger who is well published already coz she writes from the heart hypnotising us with rhythm and rhyme .. your loss if you don’t check her out!
Please give a brief personal background and talk about your hobbies/interests?
I was born in a quaint little hilly city called Nangal, Himachal Pradesh, India. I have spent most of life in India and travelled a lot around the Northern states as my father was transferred often. So I have lived in six/seven different states in Northern India. I finally lived in New Delhi for the most part of my life. I was born in a family of three sisters and one brother. I’m the youngest and naughtiest among the sisters and they are my lifelines.
I have always been quite a vocal person…
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