Charles Carrère

Charles Carrère, poet, public figure, member of World Nations Writers’ Union in Kazakhstan. Awarded Internation literature prise“World Laureate in Literature – 2018, WNWU” (27.02.2018).


Charles Carrère was born December 9, 1928 in Saint-Louis Senegal, he now lives in France (Lannion) - his second homeland. Charles Carrère is one of the most eminent personalities of Francophone literature in Africa. He also contributes to several literary journals and is featured in numerous anthologies.

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Sarah Carrere Mbodl

Sarah Carrere Mbodl, poet, composer, member of the World Nation Writers' Union in Kakahstan and chief representative WNWU in France.

Sarah graduated from UCAD university Dakar (BA in English literature) and , at the London polytechnic, PCL, UK, (TOEFL) she also holds a diploma from the Dakar Music Conservatory (Department of medieval Music). Sarah is a Designer /Poet and music composer/singer, and a restorer of ancient African harps

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Milutin Đuričković

Milutin Đuričković (1967, Decanе, Serbia) a poet, novelist, critic, journalist, member of the World Nations Writers' Union in Kazakhstan.

He earned his doctorate at the Faculty of Philosophy. He works as a professor at the College of Professional Studies for Educators in Aleksinac. His poems were composed and individually translated into 20 languages. Member of the Serbian Royal Academy, Association of Writers of Serbia and the Association of Journalists of Serbia. He published 62 books for children and adults (poems, novel, story, critic, monography, antology…). Lives in Belgrade.

Tanni Bose

Mrs. Tanni Bose hails from Kolkata, India, she began her career as a teacher in India first and shifted to Bhutan. Currently she works as an educationist at Aravalli International School, Faridabad. Though she was born and brought up at Rourkela, the steel city of India, she is a Bengali at the core of her heart and loves literature very well. Mrs. Tanni began her writing career in 2012 and has published numerous poems in local and international publications. Her published books include Dawn and Dusk, Floating Stones and Molested Clay, all poetry collections. Apart from her teaching career, she is very good at athletics, dramatics, interior decoration and team coordination. During her tenure as a teacher at Tendruk Higher Secondary School of the Ministry of Education, Royal Government of Bhutan, she had represented Bhutan as an official delegate of SAARC Literary festivals for several years. She regularly contributes poems and articles for numerous publications and is a very good literary critic. Many of her poems are also translated into some of the European languages and published in some eminent magazines. “The Clipped Lady” is her fourth book, which is also a collection of poems. She has bagged the prestigious awards, World Icon of Peace from World Institute for Peace and __The Enchanting Muse Award_ from PENTASI B World Poetry Friendship. She has also been conferred upon international award Pride of The Globe by World Nations writers' Union, Kazakhstan. She is very passionate about pets, music and reading.

Padmaja Iyengar-Paddy

Padmaja Iyengar-Paddy a poetess, writer, member of the World Nations Writers' Union in Kazakhstan.

PADMAJA IYENGAR-PADDY Having explored the worlds of banking and urban governance in senior positions, Padmaja Iyengar-Paddy is currently the Hon. Lit. Advisor of The Cultural Centre of Vijayawada and Amaravati (CCVA). She has curated 4 International Multilingual Poetry Anthologies. The latest Amaravati Poetic Prism 2017 has 948 poems in 85 languages contributed by about 500 poets from 67 countries, already recognized as a Record by the India Book of Records and the previous 2016-edition recognized by the Limca Book of Records.

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