Category Archives: from around the world

Sarah Howe wins T S Eliot Prize with her debut

Sarah Howe wins T S Eliot Prize with her debut Loop of Jade. Congratulations!

Sarah Howe wins T S Eliot Prize with her debut

Sarah Howe wins T S Eliot Prize with her debut Loop of Jade. Congratulations!

1/14/2016 – Worldwide Reading in support of Ashraf Fayadh

The international literature festival Berlin calls on all individuals & institutions that care about justice and freedom to participate in a worldwide reading in support of Ashraf Fayadh, on 14 January 2016

1/14/2016 – Worldwide Reading in support of Ashraf Fayadh

The international literature festival Berlin calls on all individuals & institutions that care about justice and freedom to participate in a worldwide reading in support of Ashraf Fayadh, on 14 January 2016

Poetry International Rotterdam

PIW – Poetry International Rotterdam Website has featured over 40 Chinese poets from China, Taiwan, Macau, etc.  To read their work and bios pls check out this link:  http://www.poetryinternationalweb.net/pi/site/country/item/14/China#  

Poetry International Rotterdam

PIW – Poetry International Rotterdam Website has featured over 40 Chinese poets from China, Taiwan, Macau, etc.  To read their work and bios pls check out this link:  http://www.poetryinternationalweb.net/pi/site/country/item/14/China#  

New issue of PI has two special features of Chinese poetry

The most recent issue of Poetry International from SDSU contains two special features of Chinese Poetry. Order info: http://poetryinternational.sdsu.edu/

New issue of PI has two special features of Chinese poetry

The most recent issue of Poetry International from SDSU contains two special features of Chinese Poetry. Order info: http://poetryinternational.sdsu.edu/

Trilingual Renshi, a chain poem by poets from Japan, China and Korea

“Trilingual Renshi” by poets of Japan, China, S. Korea Photo shows cover of “Trilingual Renshi,” a collection of collaborative poetry by Shuntaro Tanikawa and Yasuhiro Yotsumoto, both of Japan, Ming Di of China and Kim Hye Soon of South Korea.

Trilingual Renshi, a chain poem by poets from Japan, China and Korea

“Trilingual Renshi” by poets of Japan, China, S. Korea Photo shows cover of “Trilingual Renshi,” a collection of collaborative poetry by Shuntaro Tanikawa and Yasuhiro Yotsumoto, both of Japan, Ming Di of China and Kim Hye Soon of South Korea.

Support World Poetry Movement

World Poetry Movement in Columbia is requesting poets’ support to their petition for human rights and world peace. On their website http://www.wpm2011.org  please scroll down to find where and how you can sign to show your support.

Support World Poetry Movement

World Poetry Movement in Columbia is requesting poets’ support to their petition for human rights and world peace. On their website http://www.wpm2011.org  please scroll down to find where and how you can sign to show your support.