Ariadne’s note: Each month we will share with you World Poetry Member News, awards, books and special events.
Yilin Wang, World Poetry Canada Youth Team Leader has been published in her first anthology Fault Lines Poetry, issue one, edited by Anthony Pfannenstiel. www.faultlinespoetry.com Her poem, How to Survive a Vancouver Riot was the only poem from BC and Canada to be accepted. Yilin’s accompanying photograph was on display at the World Poetry Poetic Necklace , a month long display for the World Poetry Canada International Peace Festival, at the Irving Barber Learning Center at UBC in May 2012. Congratulations Yilin!
Stephen Gill IKSU CENTRE FOR STEPHEN GILL STUDIES
Indira Kala Sangit University (IKSU) officially established the Centre for Stephen Gill Studies on April 21, 2012 in an impressive gathering of
intellectuals. The gathering was chaired by the Vice Chancellor,
Professor Dr. Mandvi Singh. She called it a historical move of the university to
establish this centre for scholars to pursue their higher studies on
Professor Dr. Tiwari, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Head of English
Department, said that in the world of today the creative work of Stephen
Gill occupies a meaningful place. His epical poem The Flame that is about maniac messiahs, and his novel The Coexistence that provides a blueprint to live and let live, will be read and analyzed again and again by readersand literary critics. Those who are working and plan to work at the higher level on the creative contributions of Stephen Gill will find this centre as one stop gateway for their myriad scholarly needs on the university
Samarenda Patra wrote: Hello friends,here is a sample of accolades that I’ll be receiving from India Book of Records . It was founded by Biswaroop Roy Chowdhry in 2004 who himself is a Guinness world record holder for having born with a super fast memory…. ♥ ♥ with Ariadne SawyerVassiliki MandalouMichael Kwaku Kesse SomuahDimitris P. Kraniotis