Voices Israel Poetry

Group of Poets in English

AFFILIATIONS

CROSS-CULTURAL COMMUNICATIONS

Voices is proud to announce an affiliation with CROSS-CULTURAL COMMUNICATIONS. Now in its 41st year, CCC started in 1971 as an Institute, which Stanley H. Barkan initiated and chaired, at Long Island University’s Brooklyn Center. It was based on the idea that, if people would be exposed to the best that the different cultures of the world offer in their essence, their Art, regaled by the beauty and significance of their words and images, they might be less inclined to harm each other.

CCC is “really just a family of creative people, not a formal organization for which there is a formal membership card, certainly no fee involved, just an aggregate of poets, writers, photographers, composers, artists of all kinds, translators, editors, publishers, book store owners, professors who share their talents and abilities and contacts when called upon as necessary."

Contact Stanley Barkan at [email protected]

http://www.cross-culturalcommunications.com

 

WORLD POETRY 

Voices is proud to announce an affiliation with the WORLD POETRY based in Vancouver, Canada. Sharing newsletters and projects will be beneficial to both of us. World Poetry began over 12 years ago on the premise of bringing justice to multilingual and diverse poets who needed their voices to be heard. Years later, we have several venues and are expanding. Our foundation is built on respect, honor, support, peace and love. We are a World Poetry Family with participants from 64 different countries. To join the group, please register with Ariadne Sawyer at [email protected]

A registration form is available here
http://worldpoetry.ca/?page_id=2124

 

THE SEVENTH QUARRY

Voices is proud to announce an affiliation with THE SEVENTH QUARRY POETRY MAGAZINE and THE SEVENTH QUARRY PRESS. 

Peter Thabit Jones is the Founder and Editor of THE SEVENTH QUARRY, a poetry magazine published in Swansea, Wales, with an international perspective, which appears twice a year, in winter and summer. The first issue was launched at The Dylan Thomas Centre, Swansea, in January 2005. The Magazine aims to publish quality poems from around the world.  Poets from the U.K., America, Argentina, Australia, Bulgaria, Belarus, Canada, Catalonia, China, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Guatemala, Holland, India, Iran, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Sicily, Slovakia, South Africa, Spain, and Switzerland have already appeared in its pages.

Each issue features a Poet Profile, a batch of pages given over to a chosen poet.  The policy is to try to alternate between a British poet and a non-British poet. There is also a Books and Magazines page, which provides details and brief comments on received publications.

The magazine has also been contracted to THE POETRY LIBRARY'S (Royal Festival Hall, London) prestigious digitisation project, which will ensure copies of the magazine are featured on its very popular website: regarded by many as the best source for poetry in the U.K.

http://www.peterthabitjones.com/ 

 

IMMAGINE&POESIA

Voices is proud to announce an affiliation with IMMAGINE&POESIA -  the international artistic literary movement founded in Torino, Italy, in 2007, under the Patronage of the late Aeronwy Thomas, daughter of Dylan Thomas.

The Charter Members were Aeronwy Thomas (poet and writer), Gianpiero Actis (painter), Silvana Gatti (painter), Sandrina Piras (poet) and Lidia Chiarelli (coordinator and ideologist of the Movement). American poet Lawrence Ferlinghetti and Italian artist Ugo Nespolo are members of IMMAGINE&POESIA’s Honorary Committee.

The movement is open to artists, poets and music composers who want to experiment moments of “Cross Fertilization”. The movement has its Manifesto and some international websites and blogs, where it is possible to see how a poem can inspire an artist or an image can inspire a poet:  www.immaginepoesia.org
 

Submissions are requested for an online exhibition (the project is linked to the poems by Lawrence Ferlinghetti and Agneta Falk): 

http://www.worldart.info/ArtExhibitionOnline/ImageAndPoetry/

http://www.worldart.info/ArtExhibitionOnline/ImageAndPoetry/Temporary
Tenants.html

http://www.worldart.info/ArtExhibitionOnline/ImageAndPoetry/InTheBlue.html

 

THE PATERSON LITERARY REVIEW AND THE POETRY CENTER AT PASSAIC COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

Voices Israel is proud and pleased to announce our newest poetry partner (again via our matchmaker Stanley Barkan), The Paterson Literary Review and The Poetry Center at Passaic County Community College, both under the auspices of Maria Mazziotti Gillan who is the editor of The PLR, “a Literary Review established in 1979 featuring work by well-known writers, as well as by writers whose work is so good it should be better known”  http://www.thereviewreview.net/magazines/paterson-literary-review.  Maria is also the founder and executive director of the Poetry Center at Passaic County Community College. www.pccc.edu/poetry.   
Voices Israel is proud and pleased to announce our newest poetry partner (again via our matchmaker Stanley Barkan), The Paterson Literary Review and The Poetry Center at Passaic County Community College, both under the auspices of Maria Mazziotti Gillan who is the editor of The PLR, “a Literary Review established in 1979 featuring work by well-known writers, as well as by writers whose work is so good it should be better known”  http://www.thereviewreview.net/magazines/paterson-literary-review.  Maria is also the founder and executive director of the Poetry Center at Passaic County Community College. www.pccc.edu/poetry.   
Voices Israel is proud and pleased to announce our newest poetry partner (again via our matchmaker Stanley Barkan), The Paterson Literary Review and The Poetry Center at Passaic County Community College, both under the auspices of Maria Mazziotti Gillan who is the editor of The PLR, “a Literary Review established in 1979 featuring work by well-known writers, as well as by writers whose work is so good it should be better known”  http://www.thereviewreview.net/magazines/paterson-literary-review.  Maria is also the founder and executive director of the Poetry Center at Passaic County Community College. www.pccc.edu/poetry.   

Voices Israel is proud and pleased to announce our newest poetry affiliation  (again via our matchmaker Stanley Barkan), The Paterson Literary Review and The Poetry Center at Passaic County Community College, both under the auspices of Maria Mazziotti Gillan who is the editor of The PLR, “a Literary Review established in 1979 featuring work by well-known writers, as well as by writers whose work is so good it should be better knownhttp://www.thereviewreview.net/magazines/paterson-literary-review. Maria is also the founder and executive director of the Poetry Center at Passaic County Community College. www.pccc.edu/poetry.  

 

SHABDAGUCHHA 

Voices is excited and happy to announce an additional poetic affiliation with “SHABDAGUCHHA”, a postmodern poetry movement and an International Bilingual Poetry Journal based in Bangladesh. Please see the website, and do submit poems: http://www.shabdaguchha.com

The founder and editor is Hassanal Abdullah, who writes to us: “We, poets from all over the world, are one group of members who always look for the beauty of words and so the peaceful co-existence of human beings regardless their race and gender. I will love to work with your group.”

The matchmaker is, yet again, our own Stanley H. Barkan, who has just received the “Shabdaguchha Lifetime Achievement Award.” 

 

POETRY PACIFIC

A literary e.zine for true lovers of words & wisdom:

poetrypacific.blogspot.cav

Founding Publisher/Editor-in-Chief:: Changming Yuan [pen name of Yuan Wumin]

Changming Yuan, 7-time Pushcart nominee and author of Chansons of a Chinaman (2009) and Landscaping (2013), grew up in rural China but currently tutors in Vancouver, where he co-publishes Poetry Pacific with Allen Qing Yuan and operates PP Press. With a PhD in English, Yuan has recently been interviewed by [PANK], and had poetry appearing in Best Canadian Poetry, BestNewPoemsOnline, Exquisite Corpse, London Magazine, Threepenny Reviewand 769 other literary journals/anthologies across 28 countries. In 2013, Yuan has been bitten by 3 poisonous snakes.

Submissions are welcome all year round at [email protected]

A literary e.zine for true lovers of words & wisdom
Founding Publisher/Editor-in-Chief:: Changming Yuan [pen name of Yuan Wumin]
Changming Yuan, 7-time Pushcart nominee and author of Chansons of a Chinaman (2009) and Landscaping (2013), grew up in rural China but currently tutors in Vancouver, where he co-publishes Poetry Pacific with Allen Qing Yuan and operates PP Press. With a PhD in English, Yuan has recently been interviewed by [PANK], and had poetry appearing in Best Canadian Poetry, BestNewPoemsOnline, Exquisite Corpse, London Magazine, Threepenny Reviewand 769 other literary journals/anthologies across 28 countries. In 2013, Yuan has been bitten by 3 poisonous snakes.

 

Changming Yuan, 7-time Pushcart nominee and author of Chansons of a Chinaman (2009) and Landscaping (2013), grew up in rural China but currently tutors in Vancouver, where he co-publishes Poetry Pacific with Allen Qing Yuan and operates PP Press. With a PhD in English, Yuan has recently been interviewed by [PANK], and had poetry appearing in Best Canadian Poetry, BestNewPoemsOnline, Exquisite Corpse, London Magazine, Threepenny Reviewand 769 other literary journals/anthologies across 28 countries. In 2013, Yuan has been bitten by 3 poisonous snakes.

Founding Publisher/Editor-in-Chief:: Changming Yuan [pen name of Yuan Wumin]
Changming Yuan, 7-time Pushcart nominee and author of Chansons of a Chinaman (2009) and Landscaping (2013), grew up in rural China but currently tutors in Vancouver, where he co-publishes Poetry Pacific with Allen Qing Yuan and operates PP Press. With a PhD in English, Yuan has recently been interviewed by [PANK], and had poetry appearing in Best Canadian Poetry, BestNewPoemsOnline, Exquisite Corpse, London Magazine, Threepenny Reviewand 769 other literary journals/anthologies across 28 countries. In 2013, Yuan has been bitten by 3 poisonous snakes.

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