Hispanic Cultural Foundation ITHACA
Shanghai Huifeng Literary Association
This journal is the only quarterly for the purely modern poems published in the multilingual languages such as Chinese, English, French, German, Russian, Spanish, Japanese, Greek and the contributor’s mother tongue, circulated in over 190 countries. It is a joint journal for members of World Congress of Poets (WCP) , The International Poetry Translation and Research Centre (IPTRC), International Writers and Artists Association (IWA) and International Society of Greek Writers & Arts (ISGWA).
VIETNAM: Poetry Journal In Print. – Bao Giay
The new Poetry Journal In Print. – Bao Giay is being developed by volunteers in both the US and Vietnam. Please, feel free to share our poetry journal with others, especially with other poets.
Contact: Duc Le <email@example.com>
July 2015 - Announcing the partnership of POINT EDITIONS and IMMAGINE & POESIA
Point was founded in Belgium by the Flemish poet Germain Droogenbroodt with the idea of realising "a human, international conversation, between all people by means of translating and publishing poetry". Most POINT publications are anthologies, focusing the poetry from one country. This consists of an introduction into the poetry evolution of the selected country, a short bio-bibliography and 3-4 poems per poet, generally in the original language and in Dutch translation. Moreover the cover is always a reproduction in full colour of a work of art by a famous painter from the same country. Some editions have more illustrations inside the book.
May 2015 - Announcing the partnership of KRYTYKA LITERACKA and IMMAGINE & POESIA
KRYTYKA LITERACKA is the arts and letters quarterly published in Poland. Founded in 2009 and edited by Tomasz Marek Sobieraj, presents essays, interviews with artists, poets, writers, intellectuals and – last but not least – poems and literary criticism. The magazine, with Polish and international perspective, aims to translate and publish poetry from around the world. On its pages we have already published poets from Bangladesh, Chile, China, Germany, Greece, Denmark, Finland, Indonesia, Island, Israel, Lithuania, Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Spain, Ukraine and the USA.
January 2014- Announcing the partnership of POETRY PACIFIC and IMMAGINE & POESIA
July 2013 - ANNOUNCING THE PARTNERSHIP OF VOICES ISRAEL AND IMMAGINE & POESIA
Voices was founded in August, 1971 by Leslie Summers, Reuben Rose,Moshe Ben-Zvi and Jacob Katwan. From this small beginning of fourmembers, the organization has grown to a membership of about 150 poets in Israel and many other countries. Our goals are:
Members read their work at monthly meetings held in Tel Aviv, Haifa, Jerusalem and other towns in Israel, and in Boston, USA and London UK and participate in workshops held regularly during the course of the year in Israel.
July 2013 - ANNOUNCING THE PARTNERSHIP OF CROSS-CULTURAL COMMUNICATIONS AND IMMAGINE & POESIA
July 2013 - ANNOUNCING THE PARTNERSHIP OF THE SEVENTH QUARRY AND IMMAGINE & POESIA
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 the Dylan Thomas Centre, Swansea, in January 2005.
THE SEVENTH QUARRY Swansea Poetry 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.
New York's Vince Clemente, as the magazine's Consultant Editor: America, ensures a steady stream of American poets.
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 is a cooperating partner with CROSS-CULTURAL COMMUNICATIONS PUBLISHERS, New York.
The partnership has already contributed to the magazine being displayed at several prestigious literary events in America and the publication in QUARRY of work by the late, Pulitzer prize-winner,
American Poet Laureate Stanley Kunitz.
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.
QUARRY was featured in THE GUARDIAN, one of Britain's leading daily newspapers, in April 2006. It was awarded SECOND BEST SMALL PRESS MAGAZINE IN THE U.K. 2006 by PURPLE PATCH (U.K.).
Peter Thabit Jones organises THE SEVENTH QUARRY/CROSS-CULTURAL COMMUNICATIONS POETRY EVENTS, which have taken place at the Dylan Thomas Centre, Swansea, Dylan Thomas Birthplace, Swansea, and The Boathouse in Laugharne; and the first solo participant of the Series was America's Stanley H. Barkan.
July 2013 - ANNOUNCING THE PARTNERSHIP OF WORLD POETRY -CANADA - AND IMMAGINE & POESIA
The WORLD POETRY was created by Ariadne Sawyer and Alejandro Mujica-Olea in 1997. Its goal was to give recognition to multicultural and multilingual poets and writers, who have written in more than 100 languages spoken in Canada. Later on, the following were created:
The World Poetry foundation is built upon respect, honor, support, peace and love for all through the power of the arts and education. World Poetry boasts a strong Canadian and First Nations component; in the Lower Mainland alone, we are connected with over 500 poets, musicians and writers from 64 countries of origin. The World Poetry Electronic Newsletter is distributed to 7,000 readers in 25 countries. The World Poetry Cafe radio show can be listened throughout the world on the internet.
We host the popular monthly World Poetry Reading Series at the Vancouver Public Library, where we present events featuring multicultural and multilingual poets, writers, and musicians for your enjoyment, enlightenment, and edification.
The World Poetry Café Radio Show airs every Tuesday night from 9-10 PM on Vancouver Co-op Radio (CFRO 102.7 FM), with your ever-eloquent hosts, Ariadne Sawyer and Alejandro Mujica-Olea. Guest hosts are Lucia Gorea and Angelo Moroni. You can find the latest shows on this site.
The World Poetry e-Newsletter is distributed to 5,030 readers in 25 countries. To subscribe to or (Gasp!) unsubscribe from our newsletter, please specify your preference in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We welcome volunteers for our special events and the daily work of World Poetry Canada and World Poetry International.
The World Poetry Reading Series is a unique society that encompasses:
We are a unique group with the goal of bringing out the voices of those who need to be heard, in respect, honour, support, peace and love.
Our community partners are carefully chosen for their conscience, integrity and trust. The partners will mention World Poetry and as needed display our logo.
August 2013 - ANNOUNCING THE PARTNERSHIP OF
Shabdaguchha and Immagine & Poesia.
"We are celebrating the 15th anniversary of Shabdaguchha. Over these years, the magazine tried to publish the finest poems,
both in English and Bengali. There were lots of difficulties fulfilling this goal, nevertheless we believe that we have been pretty successful. The help and
support we have received from poets of different languages living in different parts of the world are tremendous. Though poetry is not something that can be sketched successfully in a day or two;
continuous effort however makes a poet somewhat confident of what he wants to achieve. Same thing is applicable for a magazine too.
Continuous search for good poems allowed us to come this far. Yet, we know that poetic achievement can never be measured by numerical scales. It always runs beyond standards and keeps on moving to set up new ones. We, therefore, would have to go miles before the end of this journey.
Along the way, we established the Biannual Shabdaguchha Poetry Award in 2001. So far, this award was given to five Bengali poets living in Dhaka, Kolkata and New York. There will always be some critics. Still, we are deeply indebted to the people; the judges, the patrons, and the nominees; who helped us to make it possible. We believe that the bridge we have built between the poets of the East and west through Shabdaguchha would always be there throughout our journey and beyond. Therefore, we will not make any mistakes to thank our readers and contributors, who actually are the real heroes in our eyes. Without their gracious help and non-ending supports we would not be able to celebrate this day."
- ANNOUNCING THE PARTNERSHIP OF
Paterson Literary Review and Immagine & Poesia.
Announcing the partnership of Korean Expatriate Literature and Immagine & Poesia
Korean Expatriate Literature (KEL)
KEL was established in 1997 with the purpose of encouraging literary activity among Koreans overseas and of promoting Korean literature on a world-wide basis. The first participants of KEL included poets Ko Won (U.S.), Lee Jin (Russia), Chol Kim (China), and novelists Hwe-Sung Lee (Winner of the Akutagawa Prize).
KEL has published a literary journal of the same name annually, since 1997. The most recent volume, #19, was published in the spring of 2015. The editor and publisher is Yoon Ho Cho.
With the cooperation of Stanley H. Barkan, poet, publisher, and editor of Cross-Cultural Communications of Merrick, N.Y., KEL introduced works of international poets through its publications. The First Poetry Exchange Event was held in July, 2011, in Los Angeles, with poets Stanley Barkan, Carolyn Mary Kleefeld, Peter Thabit Jones, and others participating, along with some Korean poets and writers.
An anthology of poetry by Korean and international poets entitled Bridging the Waters was a joint publication of KEL and CCC, in 2013. The anthology included 35 U.S. and international poets and 40 Korean and Korean-American poets.
After the publication of this anthology, KEL was asked by various international poetry groups, such as Imagine & Poesia of Italy and Cyclamen and Swords of Israel, to work in partnership with them. KEL welcomes these opportunities and hopes that such partnerships will promote further exchange and help to introduce Korean literature to the wider world.
Partnerships have been established between KEL and the following groups:
CCC (Stanley Barkan, U.S.)
Lips (Laura Boss, U.S.)
The Seventh Quarry (Peter Thabit Jones, Wales, U.K.)
Immagine & Poesia (Lidia Chiarelli, Torino, Italy)
Cyclamen and Swords Publishing (Helen Bar Lev & John Simon, Israel)
World Poetry (Ariadne Sawyer, Canada)
Arba Sicula (Gaetano Cipolla)
Olimpia Iacob (Romania)
Shabdaguchha(Hassanal Abdullah, Bengali/English bilingual journal)
KEL website: www.hewemunhak.com
For Information, contact: Yoon Ho Cho email@example.com
Kyung-Nyun Richards firstname.lastname@example.org