Frank Joussen

Frank Joussen is a German teacher and member of one-world and peace groups. He has had numerous publications, e.g.: In North America in anthologies published by Poet Works Press; Big Pond Rumours, Poets Against War, Poets Against the War Canada, The Gazette, Writer´s Lifeline, Raving Dove, New Verse News, The Pedestal Magazine, Kota Press, Raven Poetry, Poetry Pacific. In G.B. in: Poetry Kit Magazine, Caught in the Net, Pulsar, Poetry Scotland, Poetic Hour, The Measure and Memories, a book with twelve “cancer stories” and 144 paintings; in Ireland in: Boyne Berries; in Australia in: New England Review, Ulitarra, Imago, Southern Review, Eureka Street; in India in: Poet, Poetry Today, Metverse Muse, Muse India, Poets International, Canopy, Triveni, World Poetry, Creative Saplings, Literary Ruminations and various anthologies, e.g. “Railonama”, “Celebrating India”, “The Second Genesis” etc.

His first collection, “Building Bridges”, was published by I.D.E.A.S. in Andhra Pradesh in 2008. He also edited a short anthology containing the poetry of three Indian authors plus his own work, again in India, in 2011, and co-edited an international anthology “Family Matters” with Canadian writer Christina Cowling and Indian publisher Nivedita in 2014. He is currently translating and editing an international family anthology in German with contributions of authors from twenty different cultures.

A number of his poems have been translated into German, Hindi, Chinese and Romanian, partly included in the twin selection “The Faces of Love” by Ana Cicio and “Shades of Love” by Frank Joussen, edited by Dr. Olimpia Iacob (Romania).