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Three Sixty (degrees) is an anthology of poems produced by the Circle of Poets of Trinidad and Tobago (CoPTT) and contains the works of twenty member poets, of which at least three are already published authors. This is only the second publication by the CoPTT in its fourteen years of existence. Part of the natural charm of the compilation is the wide variety of voices, topics and styles presented by this cross-section of Trinbagonian poets, which will engage both the poetry enthusiasts and the casual reader alike. Get your copy of Three Sixty at the Circle of Poets, here and online.
Rainfest is a collection of works by members of the Circle of Poets of Trinidad and Tobago. This chapbook contains the works of fifteen (15) member-poets on the theme, "Rain". View the full works here.
Safiya Baksh Hosein is a graduate of the ‘University of The West Indies’ (Trinidad and Tobago). She specialized in the languages--French and Spanish [B.A.General Honours] and taught these languages for many years in the Secondary School System in Port-of-Spain,Trinidad. She also taught English. She writes poetry in Spanish,English,French and Hindustani.
Poemas Del Corazon is an exceptional book of poetry written in Spanish. In this, her first publication, Safiya Baksh Hosein is insightful, thoughtful and romantic Available online
Kasi Senghor is a 65 year old Trinidadian who likes to read and write poetry. As a young adult he enjoyed Shakespeare, and P.G. Wodehouse. He is greatly influenced by Trini Calypsonians and is also grateful to Many Trini Poets for their inspiration and good example. Kasi has served the Writers Union of Trinidad & Tobago in the capacity of General Secretary and President and has also conducted workshops with students from Port-of-Span schools. He is currently a member of the Circle of Poets. "Is Like This" Get your Copy at the Circle of Poets or Online.
Safiya Baksh Hosein after publishing her first book of Poems (in Spanish), this second publication is a book of English poems. Available online.
The 1970 black power revolution in Trinidad & Tobago spawned most of these poems. Africans and Indians unite. Young African men murder each other. Society looks on. The system cuts deep. Everybody knows. Suchness. The work speaks for itself. Read what Kasi says in Fire’s Voice- Available online.
Dexter Mc Millan was born in Port of Spain, Trinidad in 1970. Dexter is presently pursuing his B.Sc. at COSTAAT before moving on to his MA. He began writing poems and stories in the early nineteen ninety's, however, it was not until recently, that he felt ready to publish what he considers "his inner feelings". He has many years of experience in the world of Corrections, and is proud of his membership in the Circle of Poets of Trinidad and Tobago
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