Articles by Theresa Wolfwood
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The Old Familiar Faces: Poetry
Theresa Wolfwood – TRANSCEND Media Service, 1 May 2017
This collection of mainly English poetry reflecting inevitably on loss, the constant of old age, has many poignant poems, but also humour, a necessity of aging well, is here. The editors have collected poems from many centuries and from the famous to the little known.→ read full article
The Cell Was My Canvas
Theresa Wolfwood – TRANSCEND Media Service, 10 Apr 2017
“Art is the antithesis of conflict – conflict causes destruction; art is about creation.”→ read full article
Settled Wanderers – The Poetry of Western Sahara
Theresa Wolfwood – TRANSCEND Media Service, 3 Apr 2017
This remarkable book is far more than a collection of poetry, little-known in the English-speaking world. It is a concise history and geography of the Saharawi people, the lives of their poets; a glossary and explanation of the unique language of this nation, Hassaniya.→ read full article
70 Years After the Bombs Dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki: Canada’s Gift to Japan
Theresa Wolfwood – TRANSCEND Media Service, 20 Jul 2015
The Canada Pension Plan, mandatory for all working Canadians, invests our contributions in the five largest weapons makers in the world, which make nuclear as well as non-nuclear weapons that are sold and used in many countries against civilian populations.→ read full article
House Arrest & Disobedience – A Review
Theresa Wolfwood – TRANSCEND Media Service, 1 Jun 2015
Although Grover is rooted in his own Indian culture there is a painful universality about the revelations in his poems. In every poem Grover writes he is holding up a mirror and asking us, the readers and his community, to dig inside our souls. That is the true role of poetry; Grover’s poems are true to the art.
Book Launch: 13 June 2015, Poetry Café, Covent Garden London.
In Kudankalum under the banyan tree: Aswath Vriksha
Theresa Wolfwood – TRANSCEND Media Service, 14 May 2012
A Poem for the Women of Kudankalum Village
“I am Banyan, tree among trees” – Bhagavad Gita→ read full article