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World Poetry Proudly Presents Christopher M. Schultz from the USA!









Ariadne’s note: The World Poetry Café Radio Show with hosts Ariadne Sawyer , Israel Mota and tech Medhi welcomed the soon to be published author and Poet Christopher M. Schultz.

The show was dedicated to Lini Grol, a long time supporter of World Poetry and an e-mail contributor as well as a feature in a celebration of her 100th birthday. Opening music for the poet was from the ancient tribes of Rajasthan, a gift sent from India by the well known poet Mamta Agarwal .Music from Rene Hugo Sanchez , Pancho and Sal were also played. Click here to hear the show.

Christopher M. Schultz is the author of the new book Poetic Perceptions.

This work comes from the unconventional mind of Mr. Schultz, and takes the reader on a journey through the eternal and mystifying. The freeform poetry in this book will bring the reader to an alternate perspective of the plight of humanity, and carry them along on a voyage of the heart, mind and soul.  The author shines a new light on the perplexities that man has been struggling to fathom since the beginning. This work will be made available via major online vendors in January of 2014. Enjoy the journey. He has just signed with Tate Publishing!

A Special Acknowledgment

You stepped into my life rummaging through my sorrow, you finally decided to propose a solution to my emptiness.

 I’ve never felt embraced as such.

I call to you every now and again for a support of allurement, you never seem to struggle with these requests, I have never perceived such a sight as you.

Standing tall has always evaded me like a cold rain scorching the ground below.

Whenever my heart becomes shredded with indecision you offer me guidance and enlightenment, for this I will be unceasingly in your albatross.

Purposely Striking the Evil

Fragments of fire fall upon my stance as my eyes are scorching with surprise; all that has ever mattered to humanity has been flushed ever so quickly.

 Christopher M. Schultz (C)

Happy New Year From The World Poetry Cafe Radio Show in Vancouver, BC Canada!


 On behalf of Hosts Ariadne Sawyer, Israel Mota and Techs Medhi and Gerry we want to wish you a blessed and wonderful New Year! Here are our shows and great features for January. Be sure to tune in on the internet live or download later! The World Poetry Café Radio Show, your favorite intercultural, multilingual show!

World Poetry Café Radio Shows for January, 2014
www.worldpoetry.ca, www.coopradio.org 100.5 FM.

Every Tuesday night, 9:10-10 pm Pacific Standard Time.  Each feature will be also on www.worldpoetry.ca and linked to the radio show the following Wednesday.


January 7,  Feature: Christopher M. Schultz is the author of the new book Poetic Perceptions. This work comes from the unconventional mind of Mr. Schultz, and takes the reader on a journey through the eternal and mystifying. USA.


January 14,  Feature: Michael Kwaku Kesse Somuah, World Poetry Empowered Poet and award winner from Ghana who came to the World Poetry Canada International Festival at UBC, in April, 2013.

He is a multi award-winning poet and has participated in Poetry events, readings and performances in and out of Ghana, including Greece, Cyprus, South Africa, Canada, India, Holland etc. Michael has been voted as one of the top twenty “coolest” individuals of repute In Africa by Celebrity fashion magazine Glitz Africa, Issue 20 in 2013.

c. yuan 3 jun 13

January 21, Feature:  Changming Yuan, 7-time Pushcart nominee and author of Chansons of a Chinaman (2009) and Landscaping (2013), grew up in rural China and published several monographs on translation and the English language before moving to Canada as an international student. With a PhD in English form the U of Saskatchewan, Yuan currently tutors independently in Vancouver, where he co-publishes Poetry Pacific with his teenager poet son Allen Qing Yuan and operates PP Press. Also his poet son will be on air:

Allen Q Yuan

Allen Qing Yuan, a Pushcart nominee and author of Traffic Light (2013), currently attends UBC and co-publishes Poetry Pacific with his father-mentor Changming Yuan in Vancouver. Aged 18, Allen has had poetry appearing in more than 70 literary publications across 16 countries, including Cordite Poetry Review, Istanbul Literary Review, Literary Review of Canada, Mobius, Paris/Atlantic, Oklahoma Review, Poetry Kanto, Poetry Scotland, Shampoo, Spillway, Taj Mahal Review and Two Thirds North.

@BHC Press

 January 28th, Feature: Adisa AJA Andwele, a Barbadian-born, Brooklyn-based performance poet.  AJA blends Jazz and R&B with various Caribbean rhythms – including Reggae and Calypso,  to create a unique sound.  This provides the platform for him to deliver his thought-provoking and engaging poetry. AJA has taken performance poetry to the international World Music, Jazz and Poetry Festivals stages; and his works have also been internationally published.