“As a child I always thought that poets were white. And of course it goes without saying that every poetry I read as a child was written by either an English or an American.” This book is timely now more than ever. Since its recent publication, our world has become even more violent. Children areContinue reading “A Child’s Poetry for Peace: The Conception of a Potential Best Seller”
For those of you who missed it (my fault, I know!), In-Sight Collaborative’s Poetry Showcase is already up on YouTube: youtu.be/L5YSqmRmrNU.
THE READING IS TODAY AT 10AM EDT!So sorry! I’m an idiot! Please come!https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_qpXjzgJcTLeezJ8t2XxbLg
Here is some information about the readers this Saturday: Ae Hee Lee: https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poets/ae-hee-lee Emanuel Berger: https://www.emanuelxavier.org/ Richard Blanco: https://richard-blanco.com/ Adan al-Sayegh and Jenny Lewis: https://www.serenbooks.com/author/adnan-al-sayegh Zilka Joseph: http://www.zilkajoseph.com/ Merna Hecht: https://www.mernahecht.com/ And more! Please join us this Saturday, 4/30, at 8pm EDT. Register first at https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_qpXjzgJcTLeezJ8t2XxbLg
Please join In-Sight Collaborative for a showcase of poetry from asylum seekers, migrants, diaspora poets, and humanitarians.
Multiverses is now an award-winning finalist in the Poetry: Narrative category of the 2021 Best Book Awards sponsored by American Book Fest.
Donate here please to help me pay the $320 booth fee on Writers Row. Update: My friend Veronica just donated the entire amount! Thank you, Vero, you are the best! ❤️❤️❤️🙏🏻