Come join us at Panel 21: Talking poetry: Our favourite and most inspiring poets with Ravi Shankar, Samuel Wagan Watson, and moderated by Jude Aquilina. 10-11:15 am Friday, 7th December 2018 Griffith University On Poetry – Our favourite and Inspiring poets
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Just arrived into Gold Coast. * You are invited to APWT, Panel 26 / Friday, 7th December, 3:45 – 5:00 Griffith University, Australia Capturing the conundrum: Gender politics in the contemporary literary climate, with Sreedhevi Iyer, Tim Tomlinson, moderated by Lucy Neave. We go! For more, click here.
If you are in the Gold Coast, Brisbane, Australia you are invited! Special Session // Rochelle Potkar: Brave or Necessary? The Battles that choose us. 5th December 2018. 10-11 am. Griffith University, Gold Coast Campus. Tickets available. Click for more: https://www.facebook.com/events/204318827162396/
In which the dynamic poet Kate Rogers reviews my books at Cha: An Asian Literary Journal. Thank you for such an engaging review. (Books on Amazon India.) Click to read: https://chajournal.blog/2018/11/24/rochelle-potkar/
Today as I leave for Ahmadabad’s Int’l Literature Festival, Chair Poetry Evenings will showcase ‘Skirt’ in its receptive poetic environment. How I miss Kolkata right now. Sarabjeet and Sonnet, cheers. https://www.chairpoetryevenings.org/skirt-by-philippa-collie-cousins-poem-by-rochelle-potkar.html
Chair Poetry Evenings’ inaugural year has unfurled and it’s exciting to see poets from Macedonia, Belgium, the Netherlands, Ireland, Australia, Slovenia and India. I hope friends in Kolkata are attending. My write up in the Kathmandu Tribune – ‘When a curious young Indian poet gypsies around the world, he brings along the idea of a…