Caferati is an online forum for writers in English. Most of the membership is Indian or has an India connection, because that’s where the group originated. But membership is open to adults anywhere in the world. Some of us are published in the dead-tree sense or earn a living from writing in some way but that is not a condition for membership.
You can find out more about us by visiting our website, http://www.caferati.com
Caferati also run a blogspot publishing the best
MP3 Recordings of poets reciting their works, showcasing
Miz Portionte Floes of Seattle, featuring her spoken word and poetic expressions with Rcurtis & Soul Sta Shun.
Pasifika Poets recorded at Auckland University by Tim Page.
A selection of recorded poets from Jayne Fenton Keane.
Our first Music feature, song’s from Tim Page.
Editorial: Defining Spoken Word - Doug Poole
Selina Tusitala Marsh
Trout is an online publishing house for New Zealand and pacific Island literature
Trout is intended to provide a forum for the poetry, prose, reviews, interviews, photography and artwork of or about New Zealand and/or Pacific writers and artists. Submissions from outside the Pacific Rim may occasionally be accepted.
Trout is an annual publication. Each issue will be a work-in-progress until the issue cutoff date when it will
Diversity is a multilingual literary collection of the Translation & Linguistic Rights Committee of the International P.E.N. Each author is presented in at least three languages: the original, Macedonian and one of the three official P.E.N. languages.
Diversity was founded in spring 2003, as the first massive electronic publishing and translation project of the P.E.N. International.
The idea for Diversity was initiated at the P.E.N. Conferences in Ohrid, Skopje and Pula,