Enjoy poetry in its finest, and listen to your brothers and sisters reading their poems.
Every Friday, join poetry readings from Subud members all over the world.
Zoomuse is a project by poet and author Emmanuel Williams & SICA.
Since lockdown, each friday, different Subud poets are reading their poetry live & online on Zoom. With an active audience, after the 20 to 30 minutes reading, we usually take time to talk with each other and share our impressions about the poems.
Sharing poetry and connecting with each other afterward is a wonderful way to stay in contact, and we are very much inviting everybody to join.
To participate, please find all the upcoming events below.
Do you want to share your poetry with us? Please send us an e-mail at email@example.com
We are looking forward to hearing from you & meeting you all in Zoomuse.
Hadrian Pollard is an educator and creative human who lives in North Carolina, USA. He has spent the last decade in the world of education. He taught at the elementary level and is currently working on his PhD in teacher education and development. The creative side of teaching drew him into the profession, and it is that creative thread which has bound together the various pursuits of his life. Ever since he can remember, Hadrian has felt the need to express himself through the arts. Be it music, dance, visual art, theater, film, or writing; the compulsion could not be ignored.
Recently, he has been writing novels. He finished his first book, the Water Dancer, this past year. The book served as an important teacher for him in terms of both the craft of writing and of life itself. It is a flawed first attempt, but the lessons he's gained from the process of writing it continue to reveal themselves.
The book contains an invented world and religion centered around a dual deity called the Mother or the Matron. For his reading, he will share some of the scripture he created for this book. The example below describes the center of the world of Medlimar, which no human alive has seen:
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