Quarantine experiences, including a haibun of mine, are featured in the latest trilingual E-book Luz Del Mes Tri-Anthology 2020, a compendium uniting writers and artists around the globe working in collaboration for peace.
Publisher Maritza M. Mejia, originally from Colombia and residing in Florida, has spear-headed the literary anthologies that feature the work of 33 global artists and writers in English, Spanish and Greek languages.
Director-General at ResearchCenter for JapaneseCulture Structural Studies Masashi Nakamura wrote the preface.
“This collective work aims to let the power of language and literature give us a different light,” Mejia said. LuzDelMes Tri-Anthology 2020 brings deep and extraordinary reflections that will help us understand each other better.
“Writers and artists plumb the wellsprings of humanity and open new routes to constructive solutions and productive relationships for the future,” said Professor Steve McCarty, Adjunct Professor at 大阪女学院大学、大阪女学院短期大学(Osaka Jogakuin University, Osaka Jogakuin College)
Luz Del Mes Tri-Anthology 2020 is available on Amazon KDP in E-book format for Kindle, Tablet, Mobi and PC and costs $2.99.
Luz Del Mes Tri-Anthology 2020 is available as a paperback copy on Amazon and costs $7.99.
Luz Del Mes Tri-Anthology 2019 is also available, featuring environmental haiku from global artists and writers.