Yuyutsu Sharma at Poetry Parnassus Festival to celebrate London Olympics 2012

Nirala author and poet Yuyutsu Sharma has been invited to be part of Poetry Parnassus happening at Southbank Centre from 26th June to 2nd July 2012.

Poetry Parnassus is set to be the biggest poetry festival ever staged in the UK.  The Festival will be part of Southbank Centre’s Festival of the World, the Cultural Olympiad and the London 2012 Festival.  It will be a global gathering of up to 204 poets from every Olympic nation – with the world’s most exciting poets, rappers, spoken-word artists, dancers and musicians.

Yuyutsu Sharma shall read  at several venues and do workshop focused on his new book, Nepal Trilogy, Photographs and Poetry on Annapurna, Everest, Helambu & Langtang (www.Nepal-Trilogy.de, Epsilonmedia, Karlsruhe, 2010), a 900-page book with German photographer, Andreas Stimm and Milarepa’s Bones, Helambu:33 New Poems, (Nirala, 2012) & Annapurna Poems (Reprint, Nirala, 2012).

http://ticketing.southbankcentre.co.uk/about-us/discover-and-do/poetry-parnassus

http://ticketing.southbankcentre.co.uk/about-us/discover-and-do/poetry-parnassus

http://www.mptmagazine.com/product/series-3-no17–parnassus-149/

 

Yuyutsu Sharma's New Book Reading!

Friday, April 27, 2012 6:00pm until 8:00pm

Yuyutsu Sharma’s new book,
Milarepa’s Bones, Helambu
33 New Poems
ISBN-81-8250-032-X 2012 Hard pp.82
Friday, April, 27, 2012 , 6.00 pm,
At JujoMukti Tea Lounge,
211 East 4th Street, New York, NY 10009

 

Formed by 20th century South Asian and North American poetry movements and himself a verbal renewer of his country’s literature, Yuyutsu indefatigably writes along rivers and paths, mountains, valleys and villages, verse after verse…
Dr. Christoph Emmrich ,
South and Southeast Asian Buddhism at the University of Toronto.

www.niralapublications.com

www.yuyutsu.de

Directions: Subways F, M (2nd Ave & Houston);
6 (Astor Place; 8th St and 4th Ave.);
Bus 14A from Union Square
(3rd St stop and Ave. A).
Email: info@jujomukti.com Phone: 19177768438.

Yuyutsu RD Sharma reading with at The Barn, Huntington

Yuyutsu RD Sharma reading with Mikki Shorr

at the Barn, Huntington,

the oldest continuously running monthly poetry series on Long Island, held the third Friday of every month, 8 pm.

Huntington Historical Society Barn in Huntington Village (corner of New York Avenue and High Street, one traffic light south of Main St).
Since the mid 1990s, the historic barn has been host to poets and performers drawn from local, national and international sources.

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/04/01/nyregion/long-island-commemorates-national-poetry-month.html?_r=4

Hosted by George Wallace and co-host Barbara Reiher Meyers. $5 suggested donation. Open Mic. Bring your work. It’ll be a great time!!!!

By car: LIE to exit 49 N (rte 110) to Huntington Village.
By Train: LIRR to Huntington Train Station.

New Jersey Launch of John Trause's Inside Out

Inside Out NJ Launch Reading at Williams Center April 23, 2012 [Flyer]

Celebrate at the book launch and reading – Jerseyside:

Inside Out, Upside Down,

& Round and Round
Poems Selected & New
John J. Trause

ISBN-81-8250-049-4 2012 Paper pp.83

MONDAY, APRIL 23, 2012

7 P. M. – 8:30 P. M.

WILLIAMS CENTER FOR THE ARTS

1 Williams Plaza (off Park Avenue)
Rutherford, NJ  07070

www.williamscenter.org

Inside Out NJ Launch Reading at Williams Center April 23, 2012 [Flyer]

Please click on the link above for flyer attached as a Word document.

Trause will be reading selections from his book in the hometown of America’s great poet, William Carlos Williams.

Plus Yuyutsu Sharma,

General Editor,  Nirala  Series,

will present a small selection from his new book,

Milarepa’s Bones, Helambu,

(Nirala, 2012).

As an added treat the poet’s brother,

David E. Trause

may be providing live music for the celebration.

Dizzy from diving into John J. Trause’s new collection of surprising poems, I urge you to enter!

Let the title swirl and turn you into his wild array of inventions.  Witty, ribald, arch, they tease and entice. They are smart poems. With eclectic topics, he applies a scholar’s encompassing mind and an artistic eye for colorful detail. Trause is not only a prosodic humorist, he is as ever a proficient scholar, and these poems prove his rigorous power. Note his classical and Biblical knowledge, the many languages at his command, and the contemporary scenes he pulls into focus—even on a mocking tour of north NJ towns! These poems take a reader traveling through many lands of rhyme and reason; hurry to see what Trause finds “Outside the Zoo” in the poem of that title, enjoy his complex vocabulary, laugh with his riffs.  Don’t let the abstruse words retain you from the lively banter.  Run and climb. I tried to swim through, but found myself riding the waves. These poems will entertain you, make you study, make you gasp. You may turn round and read again, they will make you a little wiser than before John J. Trause took hold.

Madeline Tiger, author of From the Viewing Stand

After the reading the festivities continue at a local restaurant.

Hope you can join us.  There will also be a reception for John Trause

hosted by the Friends of the Oradell Public Library,

where Trause is the Director,

on Monday, April 30, 2012 at 7 p.m.

Yuyutsu Sharma's forthcoming Florida tour

Press Release/Calendar Listing

FAMOUS NAPALESE POET FEATURED AT CINEMATIQUE

Yuyutsu Sharma, the renowned India-born Nepali poet from Kathmandu, Nepal, will be featured at Cinematique at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 12. Yuyutsu, whose poems have been translated into nine languages, most recently performed at New York University and Baruch College. He has published nine volumes of poetry and performed at major colleges and venues throughout the world.

His Excellency Mr. Keith George Bloomfield, Former British Ambassador to Nepal, in the preface to Yuyutsu’s newest book, The Nepal Trilogy, gave the highest praise to the work, noting the work “bring[s] to life an extraordinary region in all its striking beauty and natural harmony. The unique combination of their photographic and poetic skills succeeds in laying bare the very soul of the Himalayas.”

The reading will be accompanied by a PowerPoint presentation of photographs of Nepal and a talk by Yuyutsu about his homeland, his poetic activities, his magazine, Pratik, and press based in New Delhi, where he edits the works of international authors.

The event is open to the public with a ticket price of $7 ($5 for members of Cinematique). It is cosponsored by the Creative Happiness Institute, Inc. and the Tomoka Poets, both local non-profit arts organizations. Cinematique is located at 242 S. Beach Street, Street, Daytona Beach.

For more information, contact Cinematique at 386-252-3118 or Dr. Axelrod, axelrodthepoet@yahoo.com or 386-492-2409.

Yuyutsu Sharma Special Guest at Columbia University's International Week

Yuyutsu Sharma Reading as Special Guest at Teacher’s College, Columbia University’s International Week:

Global Rhythm: A Serenade of World Cultures

Monday, April 2, 2012

Global Rhythm, 6:30-8PM, Milbank Chapel

Immerse yourself in songs from China, music from Ireland and Chile, Himalayan poetry and more. Join us for this special evening of music and inspirational poetry shared by TC students and notable guests as we serenade into the opening of International Week 2012. Admission is FREE. The event will be followed by a reception.

Special guest performances by: Dr. David Austell and  Yuyutsu Ram Dass Sharma

TC students/staff performers: Marie-Louise Bowe, Maryanne Chacko, Yuewen Jiang, Anne- Marie Hildebrabdt, Ceri Hui, Lea Lei, Natalia Saez, Kai Chung Tam.

http://www.tc.edu/i/a/document/21342_2012IweekEventFlyer.pdf