POETRY PLANETARIAT #6
Poetry for a Just Future.
In this issue, Poetry for a Just Future is making sense of life
by featuring contemporary poetry and also poets who have
gone before us, whose lives and writing exemplifies the
values of socialism and service to humanity.
Poetry on the Corona Days by Ataol Behramoğlu / Poetry Anthology of the World / What Poetry Means to Me – Forces Hidden in Poetry, by Jidi Majia / In Memoriam: Apollinaire, the poet assassinated, by Francis Combes.
An introduction to the poetry of the African-American poets by Jack Hirschman / Anthology of African-American poets: Samar Ali, Ayo Ayoola-Amale, Charles Blackwell, Jame Cagney, Tongo Eisen-Martin, Ngwatilo Mawiyoo, Nancy Morejon, Odoh Diego and others / In Memoriam: Langston Hughes, Leopold Senghor, James Baldwin, Maya Angelou and Amiri Baraka.
Poetry from 36 poets-30 counties. In memoriam: Alexander Pushkin(1799-1836), Walt Whitman(1819-1892).
Anniversary of Lawrence Ferlingetti (USA, 1919). Manifesto Pablo Neruda’s Toward a poetry Impure.
Memories of WPM in Chengdu. Poetry from 15 poets-11 counties-. In memoriam: YannisRitsos (1909-1990), Iris Murdoch (1919-1999). Wilfred Owen’s Dulceet Decorum Estas an anti-war manifesto.
Summation of 2019 WPM´s activities / Poems by the indigenous poets / What Poetry Means to Ayo Ayoola-Amale /Poetry is the language, which leads to Life by Rati Saxena / In Memoriam: Orhan Veli Kanık / Manifestos: Extracts from Garip.
Quarter Poetic and informative Magazine by WPM, edited by poet Ataol Behramoglu.
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