Haiku with Gabriel Rosenstock
Curated by: The Poetry Club Mumbai and G5A Foundation for Contemporary Culture
Language Arts

The Poetry Club, Mumbai & G5A Foundation for Contemporary Culture brings two Haiku poets from two different continents to read and talk about this beautiful form of poetry. 

This Saturday, January 06, don't miss Irish poet Gabriel Rosenstock and Indian poet Rochelle Potkar, in conversation.

Our guest poets for the evening also include local poets Scherezade SiobhanRaamesh Gowri Raghavan & Yash Pandit, who would be sharing some of their poems with us!

The evening will close with a Q&A session open to the audience.

Entry is free, with limited seats. RSVP here: https://goo.gl/forms/a8XKEjuANudd3OF32

On Sunday, January 07, The Poetry Club, Mumbai & G5A Foundation for Contemporary Culture present a Masterclass on Haiku poetry with Irish poet Gabriel Rosenstock

Only 20 spots. Entry Fee: INR 250, payable at the door
RSVP here: https://goo.gl/forms/qC5cZL6Y4aXzLLN32

About the Masterclass:
You may bring along a maximum of 10 nature-centered haikus to be workshopped, 5-7-5 style or free form. You will also learn about and work through the techniques of ekphrastic haiku. Participants may want to read his book Judgement Day (The Onslaught Press, Oxford, UK) and Emptiness, both known for ekphrastic haiku, as it will enhance their learning in the masterclass. Rosenstock hopes that participants will have prepared questions, comments, queries about haiku poetry as well as the contents of these two books, if read.

About the artist

About Gabriel:
Poet, tankaist, haikuist, novelist, essayist, playwright, short story writer, author/translator of over 180 books, mostly in Irish (Gaelic), Gabriel is the member of Aosdána (Irish Academy of arts & letters), former Chairman Poetry Ireland/Éigse Éireann. He taught haiku at the Schule für Dichtung (Poetry Academy), Vienna, and Hyderabad Literary Festival. He's also a prolific translator/ transcreator into Irish of international poetry (among many others Ko Un, Seamus Heaney, K. Satchidanandan, Rabindranath Tagore, Muhammad Iqbal, Hilde Domin, Peter Huchel etc.), plays (Beckett, Frisch, Yeats), and songs (Bob Dylan, Kate Bush, The Pogues, Leonard Cohen, Bob Marley etc)