Wednesday Poetry Corner: Calling All Poets and Artists!
April has been declared International poetry month. My friends over on the Bardo Group are celebrating with all things poetry. Plum Tree Books will participate in this by publishing a … Continue reading
Plum Tree Books News-Flash
Dear friends, we have some new and very brilliant people joining us on Plum Tree Books. I am delighted to announce that Dr. Aprilia Zank, poet, editor, lecturer and translator will … Continue reading
In The Sandbox with Dr. Ampat Koshy
Which shall we choose? Young/old, simple/complex, popular/or great bards? By Ampat Koshy In the humorous film ‘Music and Lyrics’ (2007), a discussion comes up between Hugh Grant (Alex, former pop music … Continue reading
In The Sandbox With Dr. Koshy
Among other things, as Dr. Koshy looks at Content and Style, he draws our attention to the Dalit poets. For those of you unfamiliar with this term, Dalits are at … Continue reading
The Wednesday Corner With DiAnne Ebejer: Poetry As Truth
Poetry as Truth By DiAnne Ebejer As a young girl I first fell in love with books, then poetry. I told my Dad I wanted to learn how to write … Continue reading
Wednesday On The Plum Tree: The Brisbane Connection With Tony Mutton
Drum roll…Dah Dah da Dahhhhhhh! Introducing the one and only Tony Mutton! Tony is a wonderful, quirky poet and friend to Plum Tree Books. I hope you enjoy hearing about his … Continue reading
National Poetry Month.
In acknowledgement of National Poetry Month, I will be releasing the Plum Tree Books anthology: All The Lonely People on Saturday 6th March and announcing the names of all those … Continue reading
Bloodline Or Accent!
Bloodline or Accent? When I was asked to write something about “my country,” the invitation gave me cause to pause. I have lived in many countries, Canada, USA, Africa, working … Continue reading
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