Live Encounters Poetry January 2017

Poetry opens a window into the subconscious and allows us into another reality in ourselves. It opens and reconnects us to other dimensions within ourselves that remain closed to the conscious mind. It awakens and nourishes the imagination, is a door to the unknown, mysterious, unexpected, miraculous. It leaves us astonished, in the presence of the Divine. Poets, literary translators and artists assume the roles of intermediaries, technicians, magicians, shamans and alchemists. – Hélène Cardona

Hélène Cardona – Guest editorial and poems
Angela Patten – Shades
Caley O’Dwyer – Sky Gone Green
Charlotte Innes – A Little Flame
Cynthia Schwartzberg Edlow – 69th and Elizabeth
Dorianne Laux – What We Carry
Elena Karina Byrne – Voyeur Hour
Hedy Habra – Memory and Desire
Helen Harrison – Words
Irene Kyffin – Travelling in the wake…
Jack Grady – Cauldron of the Black Buddha
Perie Longo – Sighting

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