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.
This anthology needs to be in the curriculum of colleges and universities, law enforcement academies, and women’s shelters around the world. Wherever injustice, crimes of barbaric violence, or bestial cruelty occur, this anthology should be mandatory reading.