So happy to see the anthology " The Kali Project" co-edited by me and Candice Louisa and published by Indie Blue Publishing added to the catalog on North Carolina Fontana Regional Library. https://fontanalib.org/books/kali-project?fbclid=IwAR2K39-UmiLmMoxnX-_i_z7Nz4EXnibcGXvXptEcY7gm8Y-HXDCPPp6i9Q0 Happy Poetry !! Megha Sood
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 … Continue reading Review of the anthology “The Kali Project” by Sanjula Sharma in Muse India , a Literary e-Journal
#TheKaliProject, my first editorial project for the #printanthology with the brilliant and talented Candice Daquin of Indie Blue Publishing is a #finalist in the 15th National Indie Excellence Book Awards.So proud of the team and 200+ brilliant and talented Indian women who made this anthology possible. An anthology of 600+ pages featuring the voices of Indian Women speaking their … Continue reading The Kali Project anthology is a Finalist in 15th Indie Excellence Book Awards
I'm extremely thrilled to announce that the KolKata Based Rakshak Foundation is celebrating the launch of the anthology "The Kali Project " to celebrate the women empowerment. I'm immensely thankful to Chaitali Das, The Managing Trustee of Rakshak Foundation (www.rakshakfoundation.in), and Antara Banerjee to take this launch as a project for advocating Women Empowerment and … Continue reading Launch of the “The Kali Project” in Kolkata, India by the Rakshak Foundation #TheKaliProject
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
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
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
The New year brought me hope in more ways than one. Not only it brought the end of the presidency of a mendacious president but also brought hope in the face of the new administration and a dawn of new possibilities with the appointment of the first-ever woman of color for the second-highest position in … Continue reading List of Publications/Events/Book Launch/Interviews for the month of January 2021
I'm happy to inform all the readers and contributors based in India that now you can avail the Hardcover version of the anthology "The Kali Project" on Pothi.com You can order the hardcover version here. Happy Poetry!! Megha Sood
Nestled among my mother’s saris and pashmina shawls, lies the cumulative poetic expression of numerous Indian women symbolizing and emoting, Goddess Kali in the just released book, The Kali Project (Indie Blu(e) Publishing, 2021). Since my mother was the first Kali I knew, it is only befitting to pay a tribute to my mom. When … Continue reading Review of the “The Kali Project” by Dr.Anita Nahal #TheKaliProject
CONGRATULATIONS THE WAIT IS OVER … The Kali Project is LIVE and print copies are for sale via Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Kali…/dp/1951724062/ref=sr_1_1…
For the first time ever we have also made the publication available via an Indian distributor Pothi, enabling our Indian readers to purchase copies locally:https://store.pothi.com/…/candice-louisa-daquin-editor…/
Book Depository: https://www.bookdepository.com/Kali…/9781951724061…
Barnes & Noble: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/…/the-kali…/1138632460…
A hard cover version and Kindle will be forthcoming. KALI will also be for sale in Book People & BookWagon and you can order The Kali Project via your independent bookstore (via The Ingram Group).
PLEASE consider purchasing a copy to support this worthy project AND upload any pre-press reviews you have written to help us succeed in getting this incredible book out there.
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Another moment of pride and happiness to see the review of the print anthology " The Kali Project" co-edited by Me and Candice Daquin and published by the Indie Blu(e) Publishing by the eminent Economist,Researcher and Historian Dr Belinda Roman in the Line Rider Press. Belinda Román, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of Economics at … Continue reading Media Mention of “The Kali Project” by Dr. Belinda Roman in Line Rider Press, USA #TheKaliProject #BookReview
I could not have asked for a better day for the release of "The Kali Project", my maiden print anthology as an #editor by Indie Blu(e) Publishing. A million thanks to my sisters Candice Louisa, Christine Ray and Kindra Austin for this wonderful journey and for giving me this opportunity I will cherish for a lifetime. #TheKaliProject is now … Continue reading “The Kali Project” is LIVE and Print copies are available for sale!!
"And When the Goddess arrived, it was a moment like no other" -- Megha Sood I'm elated to share the cover for my second upcoming anthology "The Kali Project" in the editorial capacity by the Indie Blu(e) Publishing Press. I'm extremely honored to share the editor space with my talented co-editor Candice Daquin. Extremely thankful … Continue reading Cover Reveal for “The Kali Project” by Indie Blue Publishing Coming January 2021
Proud to see the #mediamention of the upcoming "The Kali Project", co-edited by me and Candice Daquin and soon to be published by Indie Blue Press, in India's Online Media Tech Company Women's Web. Women's Web is an open platform that publishes a diversity of views. Heartfelt gratitude to the writer/editor/teacher Sonia Dogra for highlighting the ethos and the struggles … Continue reading Media Mention for the “The Kali Project” by Women’s Web
The year 2020 started on a sullen note of a war threat between Iran and the United States followed by the invisible enemy which kept most of us at home living our lives in our islands of isolation. The tumultuous year defined by the 100-year-old invisible enemy, the toxic presidential election, California wildfires, the death … Continue reading Milestones achieved in the year 2020
The Kali Project was conceived by indie writers and editors Candice Louisa Daquin and Megha Sood. A dear friend starting a feminist micro press was intrigued and suggested that The Kali Project serve as their inaugural publication. Everyone involved has been deeply moved by the support and enthusiasm the project has received, as well as by the volume of submissions.
The Kali Project has become a much more involved and wonderful project than we anticipated, and it has become clear to all involved that it needs a publishing partner with more experience publishing large, worldwide anthologies.
We are pleased to announce that Indie Blu(e) Publishing has assumed the role as The Kali Project’s publisher. Candice, a founding editor at Indie Blu(e), knows their ability to manage the volume of details of such a project and to produce high quality anthologies, such as We Will Not Be Silenced, SMITTEN This Is…
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