"I am absolutely blown away by Dr. Anita Nahal’s poetry and flash fictions. She is truly amazing! I have known her for over 15 years, and have kept abreast of her thought-provoking writings, and now with these two books, I feel I am walking with an international poet laureate! Her vision and talent are humbling.”
~Dr. Gwendolyn Scotton Bethea, formerly director, Writing Program and Preparing Future Faculty, Howard University ~
"In your poems...Migratory birds and An immigrant mother sings, I found the same anguish and apprehension as in Phyllis Wheatley’s poetry... In the same light, I can almost associate Sylvia Plath, Emily Dickinson, and Maya Angelou in some of your poems."
~Dr.Meenakshi Mohan, educator, writer and artist.
Two of Anita Nahal's books are required readings at the University of Utrecht’s, Department of Interdisciplinary Sciences, Faculty of Social Sciences. Read more here
Anita Nahal's poetry in housed and archived at Stanford University’s Digital Humanities initiative, “Life in Quarantine: Witnessing Global Pandemic,” sponsored by their Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis (CESTA). Read more here
Anita Nahal will be writing a new column focused on poetry for New York based journal, aaduna. Read more here
Read about The Kali Project, a collection of over 500 poems published by the Indie Blu(e) Publishing house in which three of Anita Nahal's poems appear. As well as read two reviews of the book, one by Nahal and the other by the Feminist Confessional journal in which reference is made to Nahal's poem. To read more, please click here