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Our poets represent world poetry today: Etnairis Ribera, Puerto Rico/ Angelina Llongueras, Catalonia/ Aju Mukhopadhyay, Pondicherry, India/ Ban'ya Natsuishi, Japan/ Julio Pavanetti, Uruguay/Spain/ Gertrude Fester, Rwanda and South Africa / Jack Hirschman, USA / Iztok Osojnik, Slovenia/ Erling Kittelsen, Norway/ Obediah Michael Smith, Bahamas/ Bina Sarkar Ellias, India/ RaúOur poets represent world poetry today: Etnairis Ribera, Puerto Rico/ Angelina Llongueras, Catalonia/ Aju Mukhopadhyay, Pondicherry, India/ Ban'ya Natsuishi, Japan/ Julio Pavanetti, Uruguay/Spain/ Gertrude Fester, Rwanda and South Africa / Jack Hirschman, USA / Iztok Osojnik, Slovenia/ Erling Kittelsen, Norway/ Obediah Michael Smith, Bahamas/ Bina Sarkar Ellias, India/ Raúl Henao, Colombia/ Anne Waldman, USA/ Nguyen Quang Thieu, Vietnam/ Timo Berger, Germany/ Elsa Tió, Puerto Rico/ Kamran Mir Hazar, Hazaristan/ Rodrigo Verdugo, Chile/ Mildred Kiconco Barya, Uganda/ Stefaan Van Den Bremt, Flanders, Belgium/ Winston Morales Chavarro, Colombia/ Esteban Valdés Arzate, Mexico/ Akwasi Aidoo, Ghana and USA/ Yolanda Pantin, Venezuela/ Yiorgos Chouliaras, Greece/ James O'hara, Mexico, USA and Ireland/ Raquel Chalfi, Israel/ Jim Byron, USA/ Luisa Vicioso Sánchez, Dominican Republic/ Andrea Garbin, Italy/ Luz Helena Cordero Villamizar, Colombia/ Peter Voelker, Germany/ Zoran Anchevski, Macedonia/ Naotaka Uematsu, Japan/ Paul Disnard, Colombia/ Vyacheslav Kupriyanov, Russia/ Gabriel Rosenstock, Ireland/ Maruja Vieira, Colombia/ Nyein Way, Myanmar/ Gaston Bellemare, Québec/ Zohra Hamid, South Africa/ Amir Or, Israel/ Ivan Djeparoski, Macedonia/ Attila F. Balázs, Slovakia/ Ioana Trica, Romania/ Michaël Glück, France/ Quito Nicolaas, The Netherlands/ Noria Adel, Algeria/ Francisco Sánchez Jiménez, Colombia/ Werewere Liking, Cameroon and Ivory Coast/ Beppe Costa, Italy/ William Pérez Vega, Puerto Rico/ Fanny Moreno, Colombia/ John Curl, USA/ Kevin Kiely, Ireland/ Azam Abidov, Uzbekistan/ Luis Galar (No Country)/ Santiago B. Villafania, Philippines/ Althea Romeo-Mark, Antigua/ Bengt Berg, Sweden/ Luz Lescure, Panama/ Lola Koundakjian, Armenia/ Zindzi Mandela, South Africa/ Edvino Ugolini, Italy/ Jean-Claude Awono, Cameroon/ Stefania Battistella, Italy/ Eugenia Sánchez Nieto, Colombia/ Alina Beatrice Chesca, Romania/ Simón Zavala Guzmán, Ecuador/ Ostap Nozhak, Ukraine/ Berry Heart, Botswana/ Gilma De Los Ríos, Colombia/ Laura Hernandez Muñoz, México/ Mamang Dai, India/ Erkut Tokman, Turkey/ Álvaro Miranda, Colombia/ Claus Ankersen, Denmark/ Mark Lipman, USA/ John Hegley, England/ Micere Githae Mugo, Kenya/ Germain Droogenbroodt, Belgium and Spain/ Fiyinfoluwa Onarinde, Nigeria/ Ataol Behramoğlu, Turkey/ Khal Torabully, Mauritius and France/ Jorge Boccanera, Argentina/ Kamanda Kama Sywor, Congo/ Bineesh Puthuppanam, India/ Iris Miranda, Puerto Rico/ Pamela Ateka, Kenya/ Fahredin Shehu, Kosovo/ Tamer Öncul, Cyprus/ Tânia Tomé, Mozambique/ Howard A. Fergus, Montserrat, West Indies/ Janak Sapkota, Nepal/ Károly Fellinger, Hungary/ Alfred Tembo, Zambia/ Emilce Strucchi, Argentina/ Juan Diego Tamayo, Colombia/ Manuel Silva Acevedo, Chile/ Elias Letelier, Chile/ Mohammed Bennis, Morocco / Károly Sándor Pallai, Hungary/ Edgardo Nieves-Mieles, Puerto Rico/ Fatoumata Ba, Mali/ Vupenyu Otis Zvoushe, Zimbabwe/ Santosh Alex, India/ Silvana Berki, Albania and Finland/ Hussein Habasch, Kurdistan, Syria/ Lucy Cristina Chau, Panamá/ Jessie Kleemann, Greenland/ Siki Dlanga, South Africa/ Irena Matijašević, Croatia/ Boel Schenlaer, Sweden/ Merlie M. Alunan, Philippines/ Ernesto P. Santiago, Philippines/ Rassool Snyman, South Africa/ Mary Smith, Scotland/ K. Satchidanandan, India/ Sukrita Paul Kumar, India/ Birgitta Jónsdóttir, Iceland/ Zelma White, Montserrat, BWI/ Navkirat Sodhi, India/ Gémino H. Abad, Philippines/ Mbizo Chirasha, Zimbabwe/ Joyce Ashuntantang, Cameroon and USA...

Title : Poems for the Hazara: A Multilingual Poetry Anthology and Collaborative Poem by 125 Poets from 68 Countries- Paperback
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Number of Pages : 600 Pages
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Poems for the Hazara: A Multilingual Poetry Anthology and Collaborative Poem by 125 Poets from 68 Countries- Paperback Reviews

  • Javad Hossaini
    2018-12-12 09:18

    این کتاب درد یگ ملت را به تصویر كشیده است

  • La Gazelle
    2018-11-30 13:21

    A book of poems written by 125 poets from 68 countries, most of which, i imagine, have not met the Hazara people and that's like painting a portrait of a person you've never seen, in a way, and what you heard and can portray is all about death, lost lands, loss, death. But then again... Here i am now myself talking about...May peace find them ... All poems, like a prayerFof the Hazara peopleAnd this was my review Written before reading the last pages, before the Open letter from page 540! And the story changed for me... Would givd a 5* as those few pages brought some light about. All the who, why, what got an answer, a bit late is true, i would have preffered to know that and more about the Hazara people, of whom i never heard before... The suffering of the honest ones, people with an innocent smile, who still root themselves in the earth, who are still a part of their ancestral landscape, who hope their name will revive like the forest in spring, humans born with unequal inherent capacities and rights to life, earth, water, fire, space and air... Because of that lack of love that leads to hate and hurting, killing each other... In vain we smash temples and build new ones, in vain we kill for what is right cause that's not Go0D! Does poetry has anything to do with the people of Hazara? I think so...Poets around the world declare their solidarity <3 Romanians too ✌

  • Khaliq Hazara
    2018-11-18 13:04

    Best poetry book I read in my life.