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Dareen Tatour’s Appeal Partially Accepted: Poem Is Not a Crime

An update on the ongoing struggle of Palestinian poet Dareen Tatour by Marcia Lynx Qualey of Arabit.org

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“We have work to do”. ‘Only in Rojava’, for the people of Rojava

Irish poet Séamas Carraher once more puts into words, the feelings and emotions difficult to express with the articulated sound

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FOR A POETRY OF LIBERATION? PINA PICCOLO – 13 POEMS

Pina Piccolo, a poet, teacher and translator, raised in Italy and Berkeley, California, and now living in Italy, is one of the principal coordinators and originators of La macchina sognante and more recently The Dreaming Machine

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FOR A POETRY OF LIBERATION? AN INTERVIEW WITH PINA PICCOLO

Can poetry in this brave new world we live in today, have a force, a revolutionary and transformative force for ‘good’?

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Irish poet Seamas Carraher published a poem for the people of Afrin

Séamas Carraher is a working class poet and writer born on the Southside of Dublin, Ireland

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To the Chinese Comrades, Please Release Poet Liu Xia

Liu Xiaobo won the Nobel Peace prize in October 2010 “for his long and non-violent struggle for fundamental human rights in China”

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CRACKS IN THE SKIN – Ashraf Fayadh THE POET IN PRISON

Cracks in the skin, a poem written by Palestinian poet Ashraf Fayadh from a Saudi Arabian jail

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Walter Benjamin. A poem by Séamas Carraher

That time too, Walter, has left, like a painting or a book that hangs, birdlike, from your mouth, wide-open in surprise: your death mask’s endless labouring

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Note to Self

Sarah Clancy is an Irish poet from the West of Ireland. She has three books published at the moment

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18 Theses, on the Philosophy of History, (poem), 2

Danger! The past will come upon us now like a carbomb or a trainwreck to the station

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