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Ibrahim Honjo

You are invited to our 9th Anniversary Gala World Poetry Celebration at the Vancouver Public Library, April 26th!

By worldpoetry on April 19, 2010 - 9:18pm

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April 13, 2010.

Dear Honoured Guests,

We would like to invite you to our 9th anniversary Gala World Poetry Celebration with our partners at the Vancouver Public Library, Alice MacKaye Room, 350 West Georgia, Vancouver, BC, April 26th, 6:30 pm with hosts Ariadne Sawyer and Alejandro Mujica-Olea. If you can’t come, please send greetings and good thoughts.

World Poetry Cafe Radio Show Proudly Presents Ibrahim Honjo, Jan.20 at 9:00 pm!

By worldpoetry on January 19, 2009 - 2:04am

Tune in and hear Ibrahim Honjo at 9 Pm PST on 102.7 FM or web: and follow the links to the World Poetry Cafe.
Ibrahim Honjo was born in Yugoslavia. He is a sculptor, painter, poet-writer and photographer. In Yugoslavia, Honjo was an economist, journalist, editor-in- chief, publisher. He arrived in Canada, and in Vancouver 1995. He is author of nine poetry books. Last two collection of poems "Do Not Write This Down"(2006) and Roots In The Stone" (2 00 8) are published in English and Serbo-Croatian language.He was featured in many magazines, newspapers and radio stations in Yugoslavia and Canada, and in several blogs on the Internet. He has received several prizes for his poetry. Honjo's poetry is translated in Korean, Slovenian and German language. He is member of several poetry groups include World Poetry reading series. He is founder and host of Poetry Planet group.
His web-site:
Also featured a special e-poem on Love by Mohit Gvalani from Mumbai, India. This poem will be on display at The Many Faces of Love Display, Feb.20-27 at the Vancouver Public Library, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

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