Ariadne’s Notes: On October 3, the World Poetry Cafe featured the book launch of the 17-year-old youth poet Sahaj Sabharwal from Kasmir and Jammu, India.
Unfortunately, the radio show archive was not available, the station has been notified and hope to hear back soon.
From JAMMU, INDIA NAME: Sahaj Sabharwal.
He loves writing poems and thoughts. He lives in Jammu city, Jammu and Kashmir, India. He is 17 years old now a young poet. He has been awarded many awards in poem writing at State level, National and international level. He was also selected to be invited for the INTERNATIONAL WRITERS MEETING IN TARIJA and HUNGARY, EUROPE. He was awarded with the INTERNATIONAL DIPLOMA IN WRITING and INTERNATIONAL MERIT CERTIFICATE IN WRITING and was PUBLISHED by THE YOUNG WRITERS ASSOCIATION IN UK and RECEIVED “CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION FROM UK”. He was also awarded the ‘India Star Proud Award’
for his appreciable work and He is the author of the BOOK -: ” Poems By Sahaj Sabharwal “
The book “Poems by Sahaj Sabharwal” has been released worldwide on 20th July 2019. It is written by Sahaj Sabharwal, 17 years old now, a young poet student. He has been awarded many awards in poem writing at State level, National level and international level.
Released in both Paperback as well as an E-book in 10+ countries – India, United States, the United Kingdom, Spain, Germany, Italy, France, Japan, and other countries.
The book is available at just Rs.199 as a paperback, in kindle e-book is available in just Rs.75.
It is a collection of diverse poems. This is a book which will surely leave a mark on you. It will inspire you, the poems are impactful. The beauty lies in its crisp sentences and lucid language.
It is based on the social issues and the life of a youth. It contains poems, articles, motivational quotes etc copyrighted by Sahaj Sabharwal.
Ariadne’s Notes. The World Poetry Café Radio Show welcomed our popular co-host and noted author Diego Bastianutti , November 29 , 1:00 PM PST in a special launch of his new book, Lost in Transit now available on Amazon.It shows the effect on changing countries as well as when he met his wife, she rescued him from being lost. Also on the show, at 1:40 PM PST Darrel Katz with his new CD, Rats on No Evil Star , a beautiful combination of music and a tribute to his late wife the talented poet Paula Tatarunis .
The opening poem ACADEMIC TESTS by Sahaj Sabharwal, who is a student. He writes: “I love writing poems and thoughts. I am from Jammu city, Jammu and Kashmir, India.” His poem was read by our great tech Victor Schwartzman who keeps our show on the air. We would also like to welcome three new countries to our listening audience: Bhutan, Melawi and Kazakhstan bringing our total to 118.
Diego Bastianutti, from Fiume, Italy, has crossed many borders separating States as well as “states of being.” He is at ease with various languages and cultures. A retired Professor of Spanish and Italian literature, and former Honorary Vice Consul of Italy.The recent joint exhibition on the theme of Vancouver Downtown Eastside has been received in Vancouver and in Italy with deep sensitivity and appreciation.
He has received wide recognition here and abroad for his work as a writer, poet and translator. Among his works he counts five volumes of poetry and his awarded book A Major Selection of the Poetry of Giuseppe Ungaretti. Currently he is a Canadian correspondent for an Italian literary magazine in San José, Costa Rica, and a member of various writers’ associations. His writings have become material of study in a graduate course offered at the University of Toronto. A forthcoming book published by the University of Toronto Press will feature an entire chapter on Bastianutti the poet and writer.
Above the Horizon
In never-ending thirst the desert dances on thorns of love shadows upon shadows entwining flesh over enfolding flesh
She lets him take her like the night swallows the sun in the lunar tidal heartbeat with his sky planted in her body she howls like the moon melting into the sea a lashing whip, a swirl of colors on its fevered tip
Becalmed she brings him in whispering his name as he reads forgotten messages on her veined wrists