NADWAH for poetry in translation

Poetry in Translation Culture News About Us Write to Us

Literary Activities in December 2008:

 

4 December

JASHAN OF INDIAN WRITING

 

Two books being launched, one in English, one in Danish

Authors Shobha Nihilani and Atiya Bansal will share a conversation

Indian snacks and tea served

Jashan Indian Restaurant

1st floor, 21 Hollywood Road

4:30-6:30, free

 

 

now til 16 DECEMBER

METAFLORA

 

Designs by Michael Holland

Holland is the author of several books and editor of several dictionaries

Exhibition at Fotogalerie, 2nd floor, Fringe Club

METAFLORA is his first book poetry

Published by mccm creations

www.mccmcreations.com

 

 

9 DECEMBER

JAZZ POETRY

 

The Wanch, 54 Jaffe Rd, Wanchai, 2861 1621

Musicians Linus Why and Mark Peter accompany poets on stage

To take part, send your poem/s to brinkreplies@hushmail.com

Please say the style of music preferred – jazz, reggae, swing…

Poet Viki Holmes is MC, Wine sponsor Vinspiration, Prizes from Dymocks

Presented by Brink Magazine, a bilingual arts magazine which runs a writers competition

http://www.brinkatl.com

 

8pm, free

 

 

18 DECEMBER

NADWAH

 

This month's Nadwah will focus on superstition in various cultures

Poems and discussion conducted in English, with Arabic

The Nadwah (which means 'meeting') normally meets on the last Thursday of every month,

but with Christmas this month, the date has been changed

Upstairs, Fringe Club, 2 Lower Albert Rd, Central, 2521 7251

Convenor: Sayed Gouda
www.arabicnadwah.com / arabicnadwah@yahoo.com

8pm, free

 

 

 

28 DECEMBER

KUBRICK POETRY

 

Last Sunday of every month, 5-6pm, free

Kubrick Bookstore, Public Square St, Yaumatei, 2384 8929

This month, a recital and discussion of the poetry of the Chinese exile poet, Meng Liang

Conducted mostly in Cantonese

Convenors: Polly Ho, Florence Ng, Wong Wai Yim

http://www.kubrickpoems.blogspot.com/ pollysai@gmail.com

5-6pm, free

 

 

6 JANUARY

THE CITY SPEAKS

A special evening of poets living in Hong Kong and their books, in various languages

Presented by OutLoud and City Festival

OutLoud, which has been meeting since 1997, normally meets on the first Wednesday of the month,

but with City Festival, the date has been changed to a Tuesday for this month

 

Fringe Club, 2 Lower Albert Rd, Central, 2521 7251

http://my.opera.com/PoetryOutLoud/blog/

8pm, free

 

 

Comments 发表评论 Commentaires تعليقات

click here 按这里 cliquez ici اضغط هنا

Advertise

with us