Inner Child Press International

Nizar Sartawi

Director of International Relations
Nizar Sartawi's Mission Statement

Our mission here at Inner Child Press International is a simple one . . .  “building bridges of cultural understanding”. With all that is challenging our humanity from many perspectives, we have found that the arts, literature and especially poetry lends its self to a definitive connectivity between us on a world-wide basis.

Consider Inner Child Press, should you wish to enjoy some very insightful reading perspectives on our global cultural diversity. Also if you wish to be published, we have a myriad of resources that will be at your disposal to include, editing, translations, education institutions, library affiliations and all other aspects of the publishing business to help you share your words beyond borders.

Nizar Sartawi is a poet, translator and educator. He was born in Sarta, Palestine, in 1951. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature from the University of Jordan, Amman, and a Master’s degree in Human Resources Development from the University of Minnesota, the U.S. Sartawi is a member of the Jordanian Writers Association, General Union of Arab Writers, and Asian-African Writers Union. He has participated in poetry readings and international forums and festivals in Jordan, Lebanon, Kosovo, and Palestine, India, Morocco and in many other venues. 

Sartawi’s first poetry collection, Between Two Eras, was published in Beirut, Lebanon in 2011. His poetry translations into Arabic include: The Prayers of the Nightingale (2013), poems by Indian poet Sarojini Naidu; Fragments of the Moon (2013), poems by Italian poet Mario Rigli; The Souls Dances in its Cradle (2015), poems by Danish poet Niels Hav; Searching for Bridges (2013), poems by American poet Margaret Saine (2016) The Talhamiya (2016), poems by Palestinian poet Nathalie Handal.  His Arabic poetry translations into English include Contemporary Jordanian Poets, Volume I (2013); The Eyes of the Wind (2014), poems by Tunisian poet Fadhila Masaai; The Birth of a Poet (2015, 2016), poems by Lebanese poet Mohammad Ikbal Harb; Haifa and other Poems (2016), poems by Palestinian poet Samih Masaud; The Pearls of a Grief (2016), poems by Lebanese poet Abdulkarim Baalbaki, The Blue Expanse by deceased Lebanese Poet Anwar Salman, and many more. He has also been working for the last four years on a translation project, Arab Contemporary Poets Series. His current project is an anthology of Palestinian Voices. The aim is to proffer a greater understanding of the circumstances, perspectives and conditions endured. Mr. Sartawi is one of the most noted translators of poetry in the Arabic world.

Sartawi’s poems and translations have been anthologized and published in books, journals, and newspapers in Arab countries, the U.S., Australia, Indonesia, Italy, the Philippines, and India. 

Cultural Ambassadors

Fahredin Shehu
Director of Culture
Elizabeth E. Castillo
Cultural Ambassador
Philippines
Faleeha Hassan
Cultural Ambassador
Iraq ~ USA

Our International Authors

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Fahredin
Shehu
Kosovo
Samih
Masoud
Lebanon ~ Canada  
Jordan ~ USA
Laure
Charazac
France
Kiriti
Sengupta
India
Hrishekesh
Padhye
India
Kathleen Anne
Crump
Bermuda ~ USA
Kolade 
Olanrewaju 
Freedom
Nigeria
Mohammad
Ikbal Harb
Lebanon ~ USA
Faleeha
Hassan
Iraq ~ USA
Mario 
Rigli
Italy
Anwar
Salman
Lebanon
Anwer
Gheni
Iraq
Aziz
Mountasir
Morocco
Aysar
Al Saifi
Palestine
Chinedu
Jonathan
Nigeria
Elizabeth
Castillo
Philipines
hülya
yılmaz
Turkey ~ USA
Nizar
Sartawi
Palestine ~ Jordan
Iram
Fatima
Ashi
India ~ Saudi Aarabia
Chukwu
John David
Nigeria
Tihomir
Jancovski
Macedonia
Demetrios
Trifiatis
Greece
Sonia
Valencia
Singh
Jamaica ~ USA
Dr. John
Robert
Strum
Australia
Fatima
M.
Ayeq
Syria
Nizam
Sartawi
Palestine
Irena
Jovanivić
Serbia
Jeton
Kelmendi
Kosovo
Bibhas
Roy
Chowdhury
India
Neetu
Wali
India
Sakshi
Chanana
India
Terri
Montour
Johnson
Hoblema Canada
Dyke
Williams
Nigeria
Fatima
Ayeq
Syria
Nizam
Sartawi
Palestine
 
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Our International Publications

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