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Of Animal and Other Meetings

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SILVIA PIO (edited by) From Of Animal and Other Meetings by Rogan Wolf, Portugal Prints 2017 High Moments I have seen owls I have seen eagles. We have held meetings of high moment in the same ecstatic world. We have…

Each translation is a new creation

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POEMS BY JOHN IRVING CLARKE WITH THE ITALIAN TRANSLATION BY SILVIA PIO READING OF THE POEMS BY THE AUTHOR HIMSELF John Irving Clarke’ s poetry is a sharp blow to the reader’s conscience and goes straight to the point. There…

Wakefield Poetry Mosaic Project

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JOHN IRVING CLARKE Was it serendipity, coincidence or just sheer good fortune to be in the right place at the right time? Whatever, I happened to be in Mocca Moocho, a Wakefield café with a distinctly arts focussed air, when…

Poets of the World, Elena Liliana Popescu, Romania

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Born in Turnu Măgurele, Romania, in 1948, she is a Doctor in Mathematics and Professor at the University of Bucharest, Romania. She is poet, translator and editor, member of the Writers’ Union of Romania. She has published more than forty…

Poets of the World, Müesser Yeniay, Turkey

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Müesser Yeniay was born in İzmir in 1984. She graduated from Ege University, with a degree in English Language and Literature. She has won several prizes in Turkey including Yunus Emre (2006), Homeros Attila İlhan (2007), Ali Riza Ertan (2009),…

Poets of the World, Ashok Chakravarthy, India

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Poet and review writer, he is from Hyderabad City. He has been composing poetry for the past 25 years, producing nearly 1200 poems, several of which appeared in international literary journals, anthologies, websites etc. He has been conferred with many…

Emily’s room

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ANNA STELLA SCERBO Emily Dickinson lived on poetry, poetry was her Pole star, her only reason to live. In mid 19th century Massachusetts, education had hard puritan rules. Emily suffered from that situation but claimed and got freedom without striking…