Voices Israel maintains affiliations with other organizations world-wide. These include other poetry groups and institutions, and poetry magazines. Our affiliations change over time, currently we are affiliated with the following:
Now fast approaching its 50th year, CCC started in 1971 as an Institute, which member 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, and 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@example.com.
Peter Thabit Jones (www.peterthabitjones.com) is the Founder and Editor of The Seventh Quarry, a poetry magazine published in Swansea, Wales with an international perspective. It appears twice a year, in winter and summer. The first issue was launched at the Dylan Thomas Centre, Swansea, U.K., 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 that copies of this magazine are featured on the latter's very popular website - regarded by many as the best source for poetry in the U.K.