The First European English Poetry Book competition was launched on 1-st of January 2010. 75 entries have been received from people who write in English language without having it as a mother tongue. The selection of winning entries written by young talented poets based in the geographic borders of Europe found place in a fine anthology to illustrate the contemporary European poetry scene.
English became the international language of the world and the Eminor project stands for this tendency. This is an European initiative, which aims at encouragement of cultural diversity by making it accessible for a broader range of people through an international language tool, namely English language.
The First European English Poetry Book Competition for authors who write verses in English without having it as a mother-tongue was launched in Jan. 2010. In Dec. 2010 the book consisted of the winning entries was published and is now available from www.eminor.eu. This is an Anthology of Contemporary European Poetry, called Poetry Pieces Of Europe, Vol. 1, which represents the six European authors from across Europe and their works. It ended up into an unconventional read where one could enjoy, amongst others, the story of Count Dracula told by a Romanian poet, the contemplation at history written by a representative of the cradle of history, Italy, and love verses delivered by a French author.