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21.02.2021

Wherever you look back

Wherever you look back

POEM       by Rem Tanauan WHEREVER YOU LOOK BACK, there’s haiku. In fact, it’s there in the moss on the wall blessed by rain. In the fallen jasmin, like an upturned umbrella on a grimy road. In the leaves of shiny bush, on the foot of newly grown… »

10.01.2021

Will poetry be enough to get Czechs to embrace anti COVID-19 vaccination?

Will poetry be enough to get Czechs to embrace anti COVID-19 vaccination?

Czech government ad campaign seeks to erase fears about vaccination As anti-COVID-19 vaccination becomes accessible in the European Union, the Czech government has launched a new communication campaign aimed at overcoming the fear of or suspicion about vaccination. And this time, the inspiration for the campaign has found its source… »

27.04.2019

Conversation with Poets in Observance of Holocaust Remembrance Day

Conversation with Poets in Observance of Holocaust Remembrance Day

By Jhon Sánchez April in New York City is the time to see the cherry blossom, carry an umbrella and prepare for Seder and Eastern. Before coming to New York, I had never participated in Seder, but every year now, I feel like a 5-year old, listening to the story… »

17.12.2015

Confronting the monstrosity with the most fragile

Confronting the monstrosity with the most fragile

Poetry against Arms is an initiative that pits poetics against the arms industry worlwide. Anybody can participate, in any language and from any country, to present in the most fit way the sure consequences of dealing in  the weapons business. Pressenza has here spoken with the initiators of the campaign, Luz… »

06.11.2015

Into the Heart of the Sacred

Into the Heart of the Sacred

A Review of Vagabond Song: Neo-Haibun from the Peregrine Journals, by Marc Beaudin. Elk River Books, Livingston, Montana, 2015. 251 pages. Reviewed by Gary Corseri “I learn by going where I have to go.”—Theodore Roethke “A tourist doesn’t know where he’s been and a traveler doesn’t know where he’s going.”—Paul… »

31.05.2015

POETS’ TALK – With Gary Corseri and José M. Tirado

POETS’ TALK – With Gary Corseri and José M. Tirado

“The Welcoming Wind” By José M. Tirado  At dusk, his steps are rough, with a dry grace of flat-footed tenderness; the spring is gone, & forward is the march. In the grinning breeze he stops, faces the pressure, feels it, leans in, pressing into the… »

19.02.2014

Pakistan – news of the week

Pakistan – news of the week

Though all top stories of the week revolve around a single phrase,“violence and negotiations to deal with violence”, I want to highlight one story that was taken up by a few TV channels and newspapers. On Monday night 11 students of the Mass Communication Department of the Islamia University of… »

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