Category Archives: Poetry

Anna Yin’s poetry and books

Join us for Poetry Reading in Toronto on July 8

thanks to James Deahl for inviting me to submit my poems to TAMARACKS two years ago and after the book got published in USA, he organized a series poetry readings across Canada….I missed my April reading in Hamilton due to … Continue reading

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Glad to celebrate Asian Heritage Month with book exhibition

I was glad to be invited for book exhibition at Asian Heritage Month celebration on May 18 Address: Splendid China Mall, 4675 Steeles Ave East, Scarborough, Ontario, Canada, M1V 4S4.  You are welcome to join us on Saturday 12:30-3:30pm.  Thanks 密市桂冠诗人星子安娜、双语作家赵廉、菲裔诗人Patria … Continue reading

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Glad to receive a foreword by George Elliott Clarke

On Translating Poetry: To Be Precise In 1967, U.S. Country-&-Western singer George Jones issued a tune whose refrain swore, “If my heart had windows, / Use yours for love just for you.” The idea was, the male lover would be … Continue reading

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Haiku/Poetry with photos for my trip to Washington DC

9 haiku with 9 photos of glass items (2019/4/7) photos and poetry with Cherry blossoms (2019/4/6)

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PoetryNOW: 11th Annual Battle of the Bards

I was glad to be one of 20 poets and read my poem for PoetryNOW: The Battle of the Bards at Harbourfront Centre. Thanks to Toronto International Festival of Authors (TIFA) and my publisher: Black Moss Press  (more photos)

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“Undocumented, Great Lakes Poets Laureate on Social Justice” now Launching

Undocumented Great Lakes Poets Laureate on Social Justice Edited by Ronald Riekki, and Andrea Scarpino, Focusing on contemporary issues, this text showcases a large collection of regional poets laureate writing on subjects critical to understanding social justice as it relates to the … Continue reading

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