We welcome back Shirin Sabri with two new sonnets from Czechia, along with a number of other veteran poets and photographers from Australia, Scotland and the U.S.
Newcomers Gail Alberini, Kelly Clark Boldt, Mandana Sabet, Bonnie Samms-Overley, and Harold Tichenor share their remarkable fabric, paint, verbal and photo visions with us, and add Canada as a contributing nation.
Tokens Magazine is not available on line. If you are near the Philadelphia Bahá’í Center you can obtain a copy in the bookstore there. If you live somewhere else please contact James Tichenor at the Bahá’í Center, 2462 Bryn Mawr Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19131, inquiring about Tokens Magazine, and we will get a copy out to you post haste!
Our thanks and congratulations go to all who contribute to this collaborative and cooperative effort.
Since so many poets are inspired by photos, drawings, paintings, or other images when they compose their poetry, I wanted to add the “Haiga,” a dramatic poetic form to my weekly syllabic poetry challenge starting the first week of February 2019. So, for the new challenge posted on 2/5/19, this will be another acceptable form […]