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‘Write For The Earth-Write with the Earth’

  Interview with Dennis Barbion, Director-Chairman- Compassion Activism Charity 1) how important is the environmental issue to you personally ? The environmental issue is very close to my heart. It is a subject for which we can not close our eyes, because this is too serious and it effects the world population and the whole planet. Out of a feeling of care and responsibility for not only human beings but also for nature, animals, or let’s say all sentient beings, we should investigate this subject well, see what we personally can do, and contribute in our own way, and inspire and being inspired by others. The environmental issue has reached a critical point, and taking action now is essential for the future. Everyone can do something, and also should do something, to prevent further environmental disasters and to protect nature … Read entire article »

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Dear Bohemian Man: A Poetic Rendezvous

The Arachneed brings to you an exclusive interview with poetess Subi Taba, a distinguished personality from India’s North Eastern region. In 2013 Subi was adjudged as the first runners up at the Miss North East beauty contest.Thus beyond the glamorous arena Subi is a serious thinker and a researcher at work pursuing her Phd in Horticulture at Assam Agricultural university.This anthology should certainly inspire aspiring poets to publish their works and contribute to make life much more beautiful. In this interview Subi talks about her convergence with Poetry, her life as a popular personality and the nuances of life as an author and as a model. _____________________________________________________________________________________________ Subi, thanks much for  talking to The Arachneed, you have been popular a face in the media , in such a scenario what inspired you to … Read entire article »

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My Carribean

My Carribean

Nothing is as it once was. The immense melting pot now known as the Caribbean has become a place where identities clash and new ones are formed. East Indians and Africans alike have come to put aside their differences and now live together. From the Lesser Antilles to the Greater, this exquisite chain of islands has had mystified travelers for centuries. Holding treasures that man could not have comprehended or begin to fathom and a history … Read entire article »

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