These poems were composed by Don Brestler over the past few years since his wife Ingrid’s death. They are born of love, sorrow and memories.Read More
JOHN BERRIDGE. WILLIAM RADICE, KETAKI K DYSON
This elegant volume of Tagore’s poems, translated, is copiously illustrated by colour photographs from John Berridge, Professor of Religion at Xavier University, Antigonish, Canada.
A brilliant debut collection. Ayesha believes that the power of poetry is in its accessibility and this is reflected in the simplicity of her writing. Her poetry is intended to pry her readers out of their complacency and try and see the world differently.
In this long poem, Maximillian leads a perfectly ordinary life until a series of family misfortunes are traced back to him and a ghastly mistake he made in the past, all of which ultimately leads to his own tragic demise.
FICTION, POETRY, CHILDREN’S
In Derk Wynand’s eleventh collection of poems, he continues to explore the effects of geographical displacement on the psyche and language of the emigrant or traveler. Often, the mute animal world lends a physical dimension to abstract meditations on love and loss.
A collection of poems inspired by the Arctic and the Canadian prairies, both of which the artist loves and holds in awe and admiration. Illustrated in color with the artist’s images.
Poets, including some Pulitzer Prize winners, from New Orleans and other US cities rallied to put together this collection of poems in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.