Mark Ulyseas – Whose swastika is it anyway?
Joo Peter – Bali Swastika
Randhir Khare – Singing the Sea
Farrukh Dhondy – Prophet of Love
Terry McDonagh – In the end…
Dr Peter Phipps – Indigenous Festivals in Australia: Performing cultural survival
Raphael Susewind – Being Muslim and Working For Peace –Ambivalence and Ambiguity in Gujarat
Chris Hedges – We Are All Aboard the Pequod
Natalie Wood – Israel’s Stumbling Block Before The Blind
Candess M Campbell – Prayer and Meditation
July 21, 2013
Mark Ulyseas – Whose swastika is it anyway?
February 23, 2013
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01. Candess M Campbell Phd. – Guest Editorial
02. Father Ivo Coelho from the Ratisbonne Monastery, Jerusalem, has written an exclusive article for Live Encounters titled – The Person, Human and Divine, in India – Richard De Smet’s contribution
03. Chris Hedges, American Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and writer – The Myth of Human Progress.
04. Marc Wiese, Documentary film maker of CAMP 14 Total Control Zone (about a North Korean who escaped from one of the concentration camps) in an exclusive Skype interview with Mark Ulyseas.
05. Irish Poet, Playwright and Writer, Terry McDonagh pens a heart breaking poem – Limbo.
06. Natalie Irene Wood from Galilee says it – Jews Should Ignore Holocaust Memorial Day.
07. From student activist to law maker, Rainer Tormin chats with Mark Ulyseas about the breathtaking era of the late 60s early 70s in West Germany when students “made” the change.
08. A young Bengali photographer, Sourav Jourdar exhibits his photographs of Bengal.
09. Human Rights Watch report on Canada’s Highway of Tears… a must read!
10. Randhir Khare’s Harvesting Silver is about the traditional fishermen in Indian and their fight for survival.
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November 29, 2012
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Just out – The Free online magazine Live Encounters Annual 2012 featuring the crème de la crème of the very best from Joo Peter, Randhir Khare, Mark Ulyseas, Jill Gocher, Natalie Wood, Anat Hoffman, Steven Beck, Sari Ganulin, Chris Miller, Carmen Roberts, Antje Missbach, Jemma Purdery, Navina Jafa, Marcus Mietzner, Budi Hernawan, Barnit Bagchi, Romit Bagchi, Candess M Campbell, Terry McDonagh, Philip Casey, Sue Healy, Peter Gonsalves, Bobby Chinn, Enrico Wahl, Richard Ganulin, Kori Jean Olsen, John Hank Edson, Caroline Bennett, Carol Buckley, Harish Nambiar, Anjum Katyal, Arjun Bagga, John Chester Lewis, Matthew Van Ortton
The Annual 2012 showcases the crème de la crème of contributions of the year from leading poets, writers, photographers, civil & human rights activists, indigenous rights activists, artists and more all wrapped up in 434 pages!
November 22, 2012
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Writers, poets, photographers, civil & human rights activists, animal rights activists, social workers, professors, people from theatre and music, culinary gymnasts and more contribute free of cost to share their knowledge with the world for we all live in a small village in the universe called Earth.VOLUME ONE Guest Editorial by Anat Hoffman, Civil & Human Rights Activist Letter to the Editor by Brother Budi Hernawan OFM on the prevailing situation in Papua and an appeal to the Government of Indonesia for Peace Talks Terry McDonagh wellknown Irish Poet,writer and Playwright talks about his life and works Eric Hobsbawm – Another Jewish Contrarian by Natalie Wood Are Bengalis characteristically Left-inclined? A study Romit Bagchi 2012 – Another Year of Living Foolishly? – Mark Ulyseas Photo Gallery – Cuba – Joo Peter Remember and Resist – Randhir Khare Generating Yourself! – Candess M Campbell Peace Needs More Than Talk – Steven Beck VOLUME TWO Guest Editorial by Jemma Purdey, Woman-Mother-Writer One Dollar For Music Raoul Wijffels in an exclusive interview Photo Gallery – Bali – Jill Gocher Beering and fearing in Khajuraho – Harish Nambiar Book Review: Jeffrey Winters’ Oligarchy – Marcus Mietzner Dr. Navina Jafa, author of Performing Heritage: Art of Exhibit Walks in a Live Encounter Fadedgenes – Excerpt One From a work in progress book by Mark Ulyseas Pastel ab Hmas – Richard Ganulin I Hate Deadlines – Arjun Bagga Art in Food – Enrico Wahl’s Food Art with photography by Mark Ulyseas
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June 28, 2012
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The main feature is The Living Word – Tales from Tribal India by Randhir Khare.
• An interview with Bobby Chinn, the celebrated restaurateur and TV Presenter. He has hosted the World Cafe Asia show for the Travel and Living Channel, BBC’s Saturday Kitchen, UKTV Food’s Great Food Live and Bobby Chinn Cooks Asia for the Discovery Channel. A must read is his bestselling book Wild, Wild East, Recipes & Stories from Vietnam.
• Joo Peter’s photo exhibit of the Jade Emperor Pagoda in Ho Chi Minh (Saigon) is a collector’s item.
• The beautiful and gifted Country star, Kori Jean Olsen, from Austin, Texas, speaks about her life and work in an exclusive interview. She is on the verge of great stardom.
• Terry McDonagh’s poem, A Journey Home!, was written about 20 years ago and yet the emotions are alive and relevant in the verse.
• Special Report – Asylum Seekers in Tel Aviv by Steven Beck, Director of Israel-Diaspora relations, Irac, on the African refugees in Israel raises a number of uncomfortable questions on Jewish values besides highlighting the wonderful charity work that is being done.
• It takes a village – A photo feature on ARDC by Sari Ganulin reflects the pathos of the African refugees.
• Candess M Campbell’s, Creating Healthy Boundaries, is essential reading for those seeking a balanced life.
• John Chester Lewis exhibits two of his paintings that he feels will be of interest to his new born daughter in the years to come.
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Om Shanti Shanti Shanti Om
May 30, 2012
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Pleiad – A poem by a writer and poet born in Wales. She is currently based in London with her husband Mike Fincken, a captain who sails and works with the international environmental NGO, Greenpeace. They are recently married and are expecting their first baby in early Summer followed by ‘plans to run back to the wilds to settle as a family’.
May 30, 2012
I’m Damned – Yet another disturbing poem from an Indian Poet.