(Moscow) – Russia should not impose unjustified regulations on freedom of expression and privacy on the Internet, Human Rights Watch said today. A restrictive new law requires Russian bloggers with significant followings to register with the authorities and comply with the same regulations as media outlets. Continue reading
Here we have the privilege to present an interview with Paul Chapman, another clever poet that was included within the anthology known as Stanzas and Clauses for the Causes. He had written Raining Sweets and The Burnt Pizza. We especially enjoyed reading The Burnt Pizza with its clever phrases throughout it.
Coming from the United States is a 46 year old mother, nurse, musician, artist, and absolutely talented poet by the name of Melanie Mills. We sit down to interview her today. She is a co-administrator for the website www.poem.org which was established in 1998 as one of the first poetry workshopping sites on the internet. She had managed to publish three poems in Stanzas and Clauses for the Causes and we are especially excited to have her poetry included. From Cisco Lingering to Pecking Order to the absolutely astounding Raining Rice in Afghanistan, each one was a pleasure for us to read when we first received them. We hope that her talents reach the globe as she certainly deserves it. Continue reading
“The message is clear, the music is solid and the presentation is strong. The consciousness in Bob’s poetry is so very much needed today.”
- Abiodun Oyewole of the Last Poets
Today we are here to explain a bit about one of the clever poets within the book Stanzas and Clauses for the Causes. His name is Bob McNeil. He had provided us with an excerpt about himself below. Continue reading