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In her powerhouse collection, Unapologetically Feminist, poet Urvashi Bundel fights against the ravaging wildfires of misogyny, racism, and global social injustice with her own starbright flame. 

“The book touches upon the lived experiences of minorities and other less privileged subjects like refugees. Overall, the book embodies an intersectional approach and documents women’s experiences in context of race, sexuality, education, immigration, or social status.”

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From March 8, 2022 onwards

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From March 8, 2022 onwards

Preorder Now!

In her powerhouse collection, Unapologetically Feminist, poet Urvashi Bundel fights against the ravaging wildfires of misogyny, racism, and global social injustice with her own starbright flame. 

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She travels the world in line after feverish line—observing, reporting back, and crying out for change. The poet says,

The girl must eat
And the hyenas too.
In a fight to gather firewood,
She returns burned again from the bushes,
This time with the title of witch

In so many of the places she goes, a woman of color with a strong, independent mind is too often vilified—her rights singed, her reputation covered in soot. Capitalism and imperialist wars only throw more fossil fuels onto this fire that blazes through one drought-blighted country after another: 

How a nation gets auctioned
For sugar
And how tears become
Cheaper than onions.

Sometimes you have no choice but to fight fire with fire. In Unapologetically Feminist, Bundel rises like a phoenix to prepare the way for the new green growth that unfurls from these smoldering embers, the smell of smoke blossoming in her hair.

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Learn more about what the most renowned literary critics of today think of the latest bestselling piece about human rights, social justice & equality.

Urvashi sensitively and deftly plays with complex ideas such as immigration as well as human rights. Her voice seems to turn into a clarion call for other coloured women to come out and speak up. Overall, the anthology helps us confront some of the most pressing issues faced by coloured women all over the world and inspires people to do the same. It is thought provoking and certain lines keep resonating in our minds long after we have finished reading the book.

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BOOK REVIEWS

Learn more about what the most renowned literary critics of today think of the latest bestselling piece about human rights, social justice & equality.

Urvashi sensitively and deftly plays with complex ideas such as immigration as well as human rights. Her voice seems to turn into a clarion call for other coloured women to come out and speak up. Overall, the anthology helps us confront some of the most pressing issues faced by coloured women all over the world and inspires people to do the same. It is thought provoking and certain lines keep resonating in our minds long after we have finished reading the book.

Reedsy Discovery

‘’Sed ut perspiciatis unde omnis iste natus error voluptatemium generators perspiciatis unde iste natus erspiciatis.’’

The New York Times Book Review

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From March 8, 2022 onwards

Preorder Now!

In her powerhouse collection, Unapologetically Feminist, poet Urvashi Bundel fights against the ravaging wildfires of misogyny, racism, and global social injustice with her own starbright flame. 

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She travels the world in line after feverish line—observing, reporting back, and crying out for change. The poet says,

 

The girl must eat
And the hyenas too.
In a fight to gather firewood,
She returns burned again from the bushes,
This time with the title of witch

 

In so many of the places she goes, a woman of color with a strong, independent mind is too often vilified—her rights singed, her reputation covered in soot. Capitalism and imperialist wars only throw more fossil fuels onto this fire that blazes through one drought-blighted country after another: 

 

How a nation gets auctioned
For sugar
And how tears become
Cheaper than onions.

 

Sometimes you have no choice but to fight fire with fire. In Unapologetically Feminist, Bundel rises like a phoenix to prepare the way for the new green growth that unfurls from these smoldering embers, the smell of smoke blossoming in her hair.