Kenyan poetry goes North?

The literature magazine Komma is based in Lulea, on the northern coast of Sweden and not far away from the Arctic Circle. Komma publishes newly written poems and prose. Among those who contribute the readers will find both established writers and those who are in progress. It also happens that Komma reviews foreign poetry. We have done so, at least one issue per year.

Now we would like to put Kenyan poetry in focus and present some poems for our Swedish readers. I hope therefore that you are willing to send us poems to contribute in this issue, which will be published in March 2010.

Please note that all poems must be written in English and be sent to:

Komma

c/o Rask

Stationsgatan 62 C

972 34 Lulea

Sweden

or:

komma@bredband.net

Submission Deadline: 1st of November 2009.

Contributers will receive two copies of Komma.

Yours sincerely,

Peo Rask

Chief Editor of Komma

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3 thoughts on “Kenyan poetry goes North?

  1. I am Monicah Waithera from Kenya, 18 years old. I am a poet and searching for great opportunities to showcase my talents and lay them in the open sun for critism and good judgment. I will be glad to work with you.

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  2. is this still on this year or it ended during that period?i would love to participate on of these fine days.

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