Editor in Chief: Agron Shele
Deputy Editor in Chief: Dr Muhammad Shanazar
Deputy Editor in Chief : Hannie Rouweler
Editor: Dr. Maria Miraglia
Editor: Alicja Kuberska
Editor: Lek Pervizi (Editor in Chief; REVISTA EURO-SHQIPTARE KUQ E ZI.
Responsible for Literary Information: Hasije Selishta Kryeziu
Responsible for Literary Information: Dr. Claudia Piccinno
Responsible for Literary Information: Milica Jeftimijević Lilić
Consultant: Peter Tase
Consultant: Sunita Paul
Literary Editor: Enertin Dheskali
Graphics: Irina Hysi

Advisory Board

Raimonda Moisiu, NilavroNill Shoovro, Caroline Nazareno-Gabis, Günsel Djemal, Luan Maloku, Roula Pollard, Sinan Vaka, Dr. Eftichia Kapardeli, Shefqete Gosalci, Lumo Kolleshi, Luz María López, Rami Kamberi, Leyla Işık, Susana Roberts, Kairat Duissenov Parman, Dr. Ernestina Gjergji Halili.


Anton Gojcaj, Dr.Aprilia Zank, Alicia Minjarez Ramírez, Bilall M. Maliqi, Kujtim Morina, Juljana Mehmeti, Dr. Tarana Turan Rahimli, Dr. Olfa Philo (Drid).


Table of Contents


Athanase Vantchev de Thracy (France)
Ann Christine Tabaka (USA)
Alfred Asis (Chile)
Antonia Alexandra Klimenko (USA)
Dr. Ashok T Chakravarthy (India)
Alisa Velaj (Albania)
Annie Johnson (USA)
Alicia Minjarez Ramírez (Mexico)
Armenuhi Sisyan (Armenia)
Araz Ahmadoghlu (Azerbaijan)
Amy Barry (Irland)
Ahmed Zaabar (Tunisia)
Aditi Raj Jamwal (India)
Adem Zaplluzha (Kosova)
Ayten Multu (Turkey)
Ayo Ayoola-Amale (Nigeria)
Areeba Tayyab (Pakistan)
Alma Braja (Albania)


Barbara Pogačnik (Slovenia)
Bilall Maliqi (Presheva)
Biljana Biljanovska (Macedonia)
Bukarić Ensar (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Beatriçe Balliçi (Albania)


Dr. Claudia Piccinno (Italy)
Caroiline Nazareno- Gabis (Philippine)
Carmen Moscariello (Italy)
Corina Junghiatu ( Romania)


Duska Vrhovac (Serbia)
Domenico Pisana (Italy)
Despina Kontaxis (Greece)
Dashamir Malo (Albania)
Danijela Trajković (Serbia)


Dr. Ernestina Gjergji Halili (Albania)
Dr. Ezhil Vendhan (India)
Еlka Nyagolova (Bulgaria)
Elida Rusta (Albania)
Edmond Shallvari ( Albania)
Eva Kacanja MA (Albania)
Eden Soriano Trinidad (Philippine)
Eltona Lakuriqi (Albania)
Eliza Segiet (Poland)


Frederik Rreshpja (Albania)
Prof. & Dr. Fang Yaw (Taiwan)
Fatima Nazzal (Palestina)


Gino Leineweber (Germany)
Gerry van der Linden (Netherland)
Günsel Djemal-Elüstün (Cyprus – Turkey)


Hannie Rouweler (Netherlands)
Hélène Cardona (France, Spain, USA)
Hilal KARAHAN (Turkey)
Houda Elfchtali (Morocco)
Hana Shishiny (Libanon – Egypt)


Ibrahim Honjo (Canada)
Ikuyo Yoshimura, Ph.D. (Japan)
Irene Mercedes Aguirre (Argentina)
Ilija Šaula (USA)
Iliriana Sulkuqi (Fejzullai) (Albania- USA)
Ion P. Iacob (Romania)


José Sarria (Spain)
Juljana Mehmeti ( Albania- Italy)
Dr. Jernail Singh Anand (India)
Jovanka Stojčinović Nikolić (Bosnia & Herzegovina)
Jean C Bertrand (Haiti)
Jagdsih Prakash (India)
Juan Antonio Vazquez Delgadillo (México-USA)


Kinga Fabó (Hungaria)
Msc. Klejda Plangarica (Albania)


Lek Pervizi (Albania)
Luz María López (Puerto Rico)
Lief Vleugels (Belgium)
Ljubinko Jelić (Serbia
Lediona Braho (Albania)
Luan Maloku (Presheva)
Lily Swarn (India)
Lee Emmett (Australia)


Maram al-Masri (Syria – France)
Prof. Muhammad Shanazar (Pakistan)
Margreet Schouwenaar (Netherland)
Dr. Maria Miraglia (Italy)
Milica Jeftimijević Lilić (Serbia)
Michela Zanarella (Italy)
Michael Lee Johnson (USA)
Maki Starfield (Japan)
Mirjana Stakić (Serbia)
Mesut Şenol (Turkey)
Maja Herman-Sekulić (Serbia – USA)
Maria Kobets (Republic of Belarus)
Mattie Goedegebuur (Netherland)
Mbizo Chirasha (Zimbabwe)
Milena Vukoje Stamenkovic (Serbia)
Mountassir Aziz (Morocco)
Mariko Sumikura (Japan)
Mandour Saleh Hikel (Egypt)
Margaret Kowalewska (Poland)
Miodrag Jakšić Mića (Serbia)
Mariela Cordero (Venezuela)
Monsif Beroual (Morocco)
Miroslava Ramírez (Mexico)
Muhammad Azram ( Pakistan)
Miranda Shehu-Xhilaga (Albania)
Margaret O’Driscoll (Irland)


Ndue Ukaj (Kosova)
Neşe Yaşın (Cyprus – Turkey)
Nikollë Loka (Albania)
Nassira Nezzar (Algeria)
Nasim Basiri (Iran)


Osman Öztürk (Turkey)
Olta Totoni (Albania)


Pushmaotee Fowdur Subrun (Mauritius)


Roger Nupie (Belgium)
Rose Terranova Cirigliano (USA)
Rakhim Karim (Kyrgyzstan)
Dr. Ranjana Sharan Sinha (India)
Rochelle Potkar (India)
Raed Anis Al-Jishi (Saudi Arabia)


Sasja Janssen ( Netherland)
Sunita Paul (India)
Susana Roberts (Argentina)
Siti Ruqaiyah Hashim (Malaysia)
Serpil Devrim (Turkey)
Sviatlana Bykava (Belarus)
Sabrina Young (USA)
Sophy Chen (China)


Tarana Turan Rahimli (Azerbaijan)
Trandafir Sîmpetru (Romania)
Tatiana Terebinova (Russia)
Tyran Prizren Spahiu ( Kosova)
Türkan Ergör (Turkey)
Tareq Samin (Bangladesh)


Yvon Né (Netherland)
Yuleisy Cruz Lezcano ( Cuba – Italy)


Violeta Allmuça (Albania)
Vjollca Ajasllari – Koni (Albania – Austria)


Zorin Diaconescu (Romania)
Dr. Zejnepe Alili – Rexhepi (Macedonia)


Zhaneta Barxhaj (Albania)


Williamsji Mavlei (India)


Mar Thieriot (Canada)
Immacolata Zabatti (Italy)
Irina Hysi (Albania)
Luljeta Elezi ( Albania- France)
Giorgio Fileni (Italy)

Introduction – Editorial Staff of “ATUNIS”


ATUNIS GALAXY ANTHOLOGY – 2019 comes as a prelude to sensations of contemporary art and embodies the values and individual literary work of poets. Such a magic universe of word styles attracts all of us towards the ridges and valleys of muses and fantasies, it leads you towards western horizons, it succumbs you in the deepest quarters of pleasure, it gives, brings a renaissance towards the sunrise with morning dew, takes you towards skies of flying birds, the skies which are radiant in the shining lights of fiery stars and always embraces and impresses all of us without even noticing it within the gravity of sentiments, eloquence and greatness of artistic thoughts. Literature as a component of cultural description of all times, has emerged through a myriad number of shapes and forms and all this surge has only one objective, that of reflecting thoughts of essence throughout all times, as well as unraveling metaphysical subjects for more development, for more prosperity and social emancipation. In this context and within a variety of genres that have been shaped, here comes today the sculpture of our ideas, in order to discuss and serve as a mirror image of literary summaries which have been published here, lights and shadows of concepts, although it may always come against us.

Agron Shele



When action follows emotion, and art is that primary gift as a participant in the evolution of human being, many times developed and others simply contemplated, and when that action becomes reality from unexpected horizons with the same inner tone that so much needs this Humanity, we can say that art sublimates every form of existence, every creed, every language and that is when the inner tone of the soul becomes universal and fulfills its work in the same intense pulse that allows the great Contemporary Literature of the World gathered in This Great Anthology of Atunis Galaktika 2019 , is understood that knowledge and understanding through that world sensitivity born where all the truth and beauty fit, the words are transformed into eternal and valuable messages.
To be a universal poet is to understand life in all its dimensions, because the poet lives committed to the foundation of his existence in a constant state of wakefulness; has the pretension to move, teach, instruct, illuminate, make visible the invisible, inquire about life, its reality, its problems, relationships, and everything that brings together life: solidarity, friendship, human equality.
In every poet there is an art of living in alternation and renunciation, that gift of seeing and contemplating. Within the world culture there is a common denominator and it is the ethical and aesthetic, moral and at the same time the one that transmits human values.
Here gathered poets from different places on the planet to share the exchange of other idiosyncrasies towards human growth with respect and equality. It is an indispensable work to reflect in every cardinal point, reaffirming the wise ideal that embraces the totality of education for the care and development of human life.

Susana Roberts Embassador of Peace- Argentina



Poetry was born long before writing as well as music with which it created a bond before having an independent life with the advent of the press. A long time followed when just a few had access to poems usually destined to an elite of learned people and later on to crowds of students called more often to a linguistic rather than a critical analysis.
Today the web has opened its doors to poetry and here and there groups of poetry have been created thus giving the chance to poets far away in space to meet and exchange experiences, thoughts and emotions on a daily basis. Poets are endowed with a special sight, know how to grasp what is usually hidden to the common eye, have the capacity to observe in nature even the tiniest details and also know how to penetrate the meanders of the human soul, carefully read their needs and aspirations. This is what we knew about poets from any era. What is new, today, is the chance to cross our local borders and reach distant cultures so breaking barriers and prejudices for long thought durable and irremovable. These changes produced a real modern miracle: a new feeling of closeness to different cultures and peoples that we often felt as foreigners if not our enemies. The exchange between poets has offered the awareness of a common denominator, of having more things that unite us than those that divide
The web has produced a silent revolution in so many fields, not excluded the cultural one.
And it is in this context that I applaud the idea of Agron Shele who wanted to put together, in this amazing anthology of contemporary world poetry, poets from distant countries, speaking different languages and professing different religions. It’s a reason for my personal pride to know many of them, for whom I can’t but nourish great esteem because people of great human value even before than renowned poets.
I am sure readers will appreciate the poetic production of these contemporary world poets and that this anthology will be for time to come a milestone in the literature of our time.

Dr. Maria Miraglia


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  1. It goes to the credit of Agron Shele and his talented team to have created this Magnum Opus of contemporary poetry comprising of work of poets from many countries writing in many languages. In the present times of tension and turmoil, it is poetry which speaks of universal love, tender feelings and need for tolerance and brotherhood. Poets, they may be from any part of the world speak in one language and their language is love and peace.
    I sincerely hope that this anthology representing many voices dipped in different languages and metaphor will enthrall readers with poetic flavour of these languages which will be sending a common message of peace and hope .
    I strongly believe that this anthology will prove to be a landmark in the world of arts and literature.

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