Veils, Halos & Shackles is reviewed in The Hindu by the insightful Maitreyi Karnoor. She says, “Thanks to its curatorial ingenuity, this book would be equally at home in a Women’s Studies class and on a bibliophile’s bookshelf.”
Poet Rashida Murphy writes about Veils, Halos & Shackles: This anthology is a sustained call for an intellectual and emotional uprising. It situates the reader at the heart of violence against women without ever seeming shrill or censorious.
Donna Kaz, one of the 13 dozen very talented & accomplished contributors to Veils, Haloes & Shackles, has a new book that will be released this fall. Un/masked, Memoirs of a Guerrilla Girl On Tour by Donna Kaz aka Aphra Behn
Reading from the poetry anthology “Veils, Halos & Shackles” with poet and contributor, Matt Pasca. http://www.mattpasca.com/
“Is there a Literature of Rape?” The girl’s question probably had to do with ignorance, but it was the nomenclature that unsettled me. It was not the fact that there was no literature of rape but that there should be a literature of rape at all; and rape at all.