Take poetry a step further as a softball-themed metaphor She is the author of two self-published poetry collections, Mocha Melodies and She Was Once Herself. She was born in Liberia in 1967; she immigrated to the United States, where she grew up in Philadelphia. For her ability to balance poetic writing with participation in the urban social network, under the …Read More »
If poetry makes us aware of what surrounds us Because of her ability to grasp everything in detail, this poet cultivates a great passion for haiku. Inma J. Ferrero was born in Madrid in 1977. Poet, literary critic and founder of the cultural magazine Proverso, she is a member, among other things, of Novelados, Red writers and Yo soy poeta, …Read More »
Write in dialect, when the language cannot provide sounds to express you To understand his way of combining poetry and humor, one sentence from him is enough: “In Milan there is still a tram that costs ten cents, but so cheap that it never comes.” His personality was dominate by total distrust of men, as well as by the loss …Read More »
VISIONARY MASTERPIECES, AT THE EDGE OF THE WORLD – Chimako Tada, a sweetly flexible and beautiful language
Write on the outskirts of life, in relative isolation. Author of over 15 poetry books, Chimako Tada https://poets.org/poet/tada-chimako was a poet famous for her surreal style. She translated prose and poetry from French, documenting with words the female experience in the period following the end of the Second World War. Her Japanese translation of Yourcenar’s Memoires d’Hadrien was publish with …Read More »
A FREE WOMAN, MASTER OF THE HEART OF A VERY POWERFUL MAN – Caterina Dolfin: The human alliance that becomes the center of ferment in Venice
Freedom of women and restlessness of patricians They were dedicated to cultivating the conversation, often appreciated for their beauty, but all those noblewomen were also united by the identical desire to get out of the female stereotypes of their time. In Venice, many of them started literary circles https://ohiostatepress.org/books/titles/9780814213711.html. Among them, Giustina Renier Michiel, Marina Querini Benzon and Caterina Dolfin …Read More »
The canticle of the Creatures Who at least has not imagined breaking with ordinary life, imagining spending the rest of their days in a remote place, where to separate the superfluous from the essential? Forbes has compiled the ranking of the most remote places on our planet. There are also in Italy with places to find peace, in Tuscany, Umbria …Read More »
WRITING LONGHAND, GOING BACK TO THE SOURCE – Ivy Alvarez: A prolific writer that has had her work featured in various publications in Australia, England, Philippines and online.
To begin with, write in notebook, then transcribe to computer. Welcome to 123 Pioneer Street, Mandaluyong City. They are the only bookstore in Manila that focuses on Philippine art, you offering a platform to generate cultural awareness. Artbooks https://artbooks.ph/is a new independent bookstore run by a company of artists dedicated to documenting and promoting Philippine art and culture. A selection …Read More »
Inspiring people through literary works. Later in her career, she started writing on dreams and spiritual themes. She was born in Gujranwala (Punjabon), into an August day, 1919. She is considered the first eminent female Punjabi writer of the 20th century. Pinjar, one of her most famous novels, was made into a movie of the same name. Honoured with prestigious …Read More »
I SEE MY PATH, BUT DO NOT KNOW WHERE IT LEADS – Rosalía de Castro: To express one’s own Celtic and mysterious soul with poems.
Happiness, I know you exist and are no futile dream. In the north-west of Spain, Santiago de Compostela is famous for being the final destination of the path of Santiago https://www.caminodesantiago.gal/en/inicio, it preserves a cathedral from 1211, whose facade decorated with stone statues opens towards a large square enclosed by the walls of the old city. The French and Spanish …Read More »
The whole of my work, one day will be like an indivisible whole. Arousing widespread acclaim throughout Europe, his writings embraced all literary genres, from lyric poetry to historical and social fiction. An exponent of the romantic literary movement, VICTOR HUGO had accepted the vicissitudes of his life, capturing the nuances of the human soul. Born in Besançon on a …Read More »