Culture and Media

Homage to Prof. Lewis Warsh(Part 2): Guppy Doors

LITERARY         by Jamey Jones for Lewis Warsh   Guppy is a funny word, but For whatever reason I don’t Think I ever saw that until You used it once or twice in The stanza of a…

Homage to Prof. Lewis Warsh (Part 2): Elephant Graveyard

LITERARY         by Giuseppe Infante In a window Watching the garden I feel unwelcome On this planet Full of blood toxins & various cheeses Tiptoeing through a stainless steel grater Like an elephant at graveside Trying so…

Homage to Prof. Lewis Warsh (Part 2): From Scrolls of a Temple Sweeper

LITERARY         by John High And perhaps in this moment you can hear the voice yourself? Propping up your elbow on the table at the imagined cafe with the Poet in your own particular being and place…

Homage to Prof. Lewis Warsh (Part 2): Lamp’s angle

LITERARY         by Tony Iantosca   Certain only that we have bodies the question then becomes what to do with them and why to do that and not something else. Losing it, you can become something else…

Homage to Prof. Lewis Warsh (Part 2) : Lewis Poem

  LITERARY       by Christine Gans I was fortunate enough to spend my undergraduate and graduate years with Lewis at LIU. My first ever workshop was with Lewis and he was the first reader on my MFA thesis,…

Dramatic Arrest of Journalist by Belarus Highlights US Targeting of Snowden in 2013

“Downing aircraft to pursue the arrest of dissidents has always been outrageous,” the NSA whistleblower said Monday. By Kenny Stancil While the dramatic arrest of dissident journalist Roman Protasevich by the Belarusian government over the weekend was fiercely condemned worldwide, press freedom advocates…

Russkiy Mir Expanding its Activities into Asia and Africa

As popularly known Russian NGO, Russkiy Mir has been operating abroad. Its primary function is to strengthen Russian language and Russian literature and culture in foreign countries. Within that framework, Asia and Africa are interesting and important for this organization.…

Africa Month: May 2021

CULTURAL EVENT         What comes to your mind when you hear the name Africa? Maybe so many things! Right? One aspect of Africa’s contribution to the world is that the continent is rich in cultural diversity and…

Ageing Young

POEM         By Erlie Lopez This morn, the mirror delights at the gray-streaked hair now stroked chestnut brown. And the floors resound to not-so nimble feet chasing the beat of a dance song. In no time, breakfast…

2021 Multifaith Virtual Iftar Conference in the Philippines

SPIRITUALITY         By Genevieve Balance-Kupang In Appreciation of the Richness of our Religious Diversity and Experiencing Ramadan through Fasting and Iftar Radiating one’s inner light, gift of presence, and goodwill, multifaith religious and government leaders, the international…

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