I am editing another Anthology in collaboration with CrossTree Press called The Kali Project.

If you are an Indian woman Poet/Artist (or you know of one who may be interested, either in India or internationally) please consider submitting work to The Kali Project. This anthology is a collection of poetry, prosetry, and artwork from women of Indian heritage, in response to the courageous determination of Indian women to gain full equality in India.

Subjects to consider writing about include but are not limited to: Feminism, equality, political upheaval, women’s-rights, sexual violence, LGBTQ rights, gender identity, violence, marriage, concepts of Indian female identity, inequality at the workplace. Change.

The Kali Project is open for submissions until October 22, 2020.

You can submit up to THREE poems and THREE pieces of artwork.

Please submit poems with your full name as the title in Word.

If you are interested in submitting for the front cover of The Kali Project your painting will be considered for the front cover and/or inside the anthology. The cover will be color. The inside is black and white. All artwork needs to be able to be reproduced in black and white.

Please note CrossTree Press is a women-run, discrimination-free publishing house based in the USA. The Kali Project will be published in Winter 2020 and will be available via Amazon in Kindle & Print format.

Any questions / or for submissions please email: submissionscrosstreepress@gmail.com

Please share this post widely. Thank you very much. For more information please join The Kali Project anthology site on Facebook. Or follow my personal Facebook page.

0 Replies to “Submit to The Kali Project”

      1. I think this project is going to be awesome. Alas, all the Indian women poets I know of
        were introduced to me on Brave And Reckless, so I bet they already know.

          1. Can I send my poem via email
            N then u can tell me if it’s ok ?? I really wish for my poem to appear .. so If u say it’s not ok then I will write more …. pls !!

        1. For The Kali Project – – If interested – You can submit up to three poems. And three artworks (but you don’t have to) by Oct 22. Send to submissionscrosstreepress@gmail.com by Oct 22. In Word. Or cut and pasted into the email itself. Please include a BIO of yourself (75 words or less). The subjects are: Feminism, equality for women, women’s movement, marriage, abortion, birth, equality, gender, race, LGBTQ, mental health/physical health, poverty, child-abuse, historical treatment of women, Indian women today, etc.

        1. You are so welcome xo For The Kali Project – – If interested – You can submit up to three poems. And three artworks (but you don’t have to) by Oct 22. Send to submissionscrosstreepress@gmail.com by Oct 22. In Word. Or cut and pasted into the email itself. Please include a BIO of yourself (75 words or less). The subjects are: Feminism, equality for women, women’s movement, marriage, abortion, birth, equality, gender, race, LGBTQ, mental health/physical health, poverty, child-abuse, historical treatment of women, Indian women today, etc.

    1. No Namratha – you can also send poems that have previously been published either by yourself or in a blog/magazine/book – just ensure you tell us which one so we can get copyright permission to re-print if necessary. If you hold copyright just let us know. And we can put ‘first published in …’ at the end of the poem. Thank you!

        1. You are so welcome For The Kali Project – – If interested – You can submit up to three poems. And three artworks (but you don’t have to) by Oct 22. Send to submissionscrosstreepress@gmail.com by Oct 22. In Word. Or cut and pasted into the email itself. Please include a BIO of yourself (75 words or less). The subjects are: Feminism, equality for women, women’s movement, marriage, abortion, birth, equality, gender, race, LGBTQ, mental health/physical health, poverty, child-abuse, historical treatment of women, Indian women today, etc.

  1. This sounds like another great project. I admire your work greatly and am always in awe of your powerful poetry.
    Sorry I’ve not yet emailed you. Was planning to and still do. Hope you’ve been doing as well as possible during this unsettling time. β™₯️

    1. Thank you so much – I miss you! I am glad to hear from you my friend. I will wait to hear from you – just when you can. xo I wish the same for you my friend. I know you must be being extra careful because of your health xo

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