IWL2018 Satelite Event

Voices Are Flowers

An Evening of Multilingual Poetry Readings and Music

Voices are flowers. Voices flower. For this evening, we gather to hear voices of international poets working in and across different languages (English, Japanese, Spanish, Quechua, Arabic, French...) to celebrate the power of love embodied in poetry and music.


Open to the public. Admission free. No reservation required
みなさまの来聴を歓迎します。予約不要、入場無料

Call for Poems
Share your poem with us! We invite 10 IWL participants to read their poems in this multilingual evening.
Each poet will have 3 minutes.
Read your work in any language.
If you are interested, sign up and submit your work ASAP to:
iwl2018tokyo@gmail.com
Application will be closed when the number reaches 10.
Organizer: Keijiro Suga (Poet, translator, professor at Meiji University)
Saturday 14 July 2018 17: 00-19: 00
Auditorium 1, Faculty of Law and Letters Building, Hongo Campus, The University of Tokyo(東京大学本郷キャンパス法文2号館1番大教室)

Access: https://www.u-tokyo.ac.jp/campusmap/cam01_01_02_j.html
Nearest station: Hongo san-cho-me, Subway Marunouchi Line and O-edo Line (7 minutes' walk) Admission free. No reservations required. Open to the public. The event will be conducted in English. No interpretation provided.


PROGRAM

Poetry Reading & Music

Keijiro SUGA
Yuki NAGAE
Jordan Smith
Irma OSNO
Mohamad OUDAIMAH
Abdelkader JAMOUSSI
Maki NAKANO
Yann PITTARD
&
IWL Participants

 

suga Organizer Keijiro Suga (管啓次郎) is a poet and professor of critical theory at Meiji University. His fifth collection of poetry, Numbers and Twilight, was published in December 2017. This year he has been invited to read at UNESCO, UCLA, and the University of Trier. He will read in Canberra and Guayaquil in autumn.


For more information, contact: The UT Office for IWL 2018, Department of Contemporary Literary Studies, The University of Tokyo
E-mail:iwl2018tokyo@gmail.com, Phone & Fax 03-5841-7955


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