Rise- TBP in the Al Khemia Poetica

First Published in Al Khemia Poetica as part of Women's History Month Rise, rise above the opinionated heads on the stooping shoulder of the demised desires on your sturdy legs or on the stilts but rise and become the voice of the unspoken the war cry of the mute the hoarse whispers of the fallen … Continue reading Rise- TBP in the Al Khemia Poetica

Poetry Published in Madras Courier

I'm so excited and thrilled to be part of this esteemed publication. This one brings so much joy and validation to my creative writing. Amidst the rejection and learning, there is some instant that restores faith in your writing skills..This is one of them. So thankful to the EIC Shrenik Rao for publishing my poem … Continue reading Poetry Published in Madras Courier

Proud to be part of the collaborative project by Kristi Weber: This Assembly

I'm so thrilled and proud to be part of the collaborative project by the talented and amazing Kristi Weber. This book project was the result of the 160 words and other features donated by 165 people, which was eventually used to create 21 poems. The result was an amazing book project called " This assembly". … Continue reading Proud to be part of the collaborative project by Kristi Weber: This Assembly

Book Review for “Anatomy of A Dress” by Juliette van der Molen published by Hedgehog Press.

I'm so thrilled and honored to be the first stop for the #blogtour for this stunning collection of poems " Anatomy of A Dress" by Juliette van der Molen. The book is going to be published by UK based Hedgehog Poetry Press. on Dec 16,2019. These are now available to pre-order direct from Juliette at her web … Continue reading Book Review for “Anatomy of A Dress” by Juliette van der Molen published by Hedgehog Press.

Poetry Published in Black Bough Poetry Issue 5 Winter Issue

It always an honor to be featured alongside so many talented poets in the Black Bough Poetry edition curated by the editor in chief Mathew Smith. Black Bough Poetry publishes micro-poems from across the world. Only the most compressed, the most pristine, the most vivid, make the cut. They open submission periods throughout the year … Continue reading Poetry Published in Black Bough Poetry Issue 5 Winter Issue