International Poetry Reading Part 5

SPRING’S BLUE RIBBON, edited by poet Gino Leineweber, is the fourth international poetry anthology published by Verlag Expeditionen, Germany. The publishing house presents an extraordinary project in which worldwide poets have participated. The poetry collection contains 61 poets from 20 countries on five continents. With its different cultural and personal imprints, the range of poetry is unique and provides a profound insight into contemporary, lyrical work. Each poem is printed in mother-tongue and English and is likewise performed in the reading series. Anyone who has heard such multilingual readings knows how special it is to listen to a poem recited in a foreign language, even if you don’t understand it; the sound and rhythm of the language are always an experience.

The readings will be broadcast via Facebook and recorded to be available later on YouTube and the publisher’s website.

The last out of five readings from the international poetry anthology


will take place on

May 7, 2022, 11 am EDT, 5 pm CEST.

For the whole program and the videos of the earlier events, you will find them here:

Every reading will be broadcast on FB-page „Cultivating Voices.“

If you want to join on the Zoom platform, you need to register in advance here (unless you are already registered for a former reading; then this access link is still valid):

After registration, you will get an email with an access link.

Reading Poets on May 7 are:

Gino Leineweber, Germany
Anna Wuerth, Germany
Hülya n. yılmaz, Turkey/USA
Aristea Papalexandrou, Greece
George Wallace, USA
Ayça Erdura, Turkey
Šimo Ešić Bosnia, Herzegovina,
Emina Kamber, Germany/Bosnien-Herzegowina

 Moderation: Gino Leineweber, Germany

Internet Technic: Don Krieger, USA


Autor: Maren Schönfeld

Maren Schönfeld *1970, lebt in Hamburg und schreibt seit 1992 Lyrik, Prosa und Sachtexte. Veröffentlichung von Gedichtbänden und Sachbüchern. Mitglied im Verband deutscher Schriftsteller, der Hamburger Autorenvereinigung, der Deutschen Haiku-Gesellschaft und der Gesellschaft für zeitgenössische Lyrik in Leipzig.

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