The poetic prose of zari alexxanderr-caine is a signature of his craftsmanship as a wordsmith. He is enthralled by the mechanics of words that engender the power of painting pictures with them. He is a poet first and foremost with a twist in his ability to wrap difficult issues with a simple ribbon of silk. He has been writing for about 30 years in the secret places of his journals whilst he has lent his gifting to spoken word compilations, shared his poetic take on various subjects before a packed audience, he has facilitated umpteenth events and he is on a journey of self discovery. He is passionate about others getting to the place called ‘there’. His main personal thrust is that ‘in Him he lives, he moves and has his being’. Zari is the kind of person you meet and think he must be kidding about the life he leads; one of total dependence on his Maker.
He desires that many will grasp this lifestyle with gusto because this life is ebbing away like clouds melting in the fast flowing skies above. He is an up and coming face of substance in the annals of the written and spoken word.
He is married to Sharon who completes him with the beauty of spun gold and their nest is populated with three daughters. They live in Essex.
Zari welcome to the Writers Lounge….
Podcast Show Questions
1.What literary pilgrimages have you gone on?
2. What is the first book that made you cry?
3. What was the first poetry that you read?
4. What is a poet?
5. I also know zari that you are a spoken word poet, tell our audience a bit more about that part of your journey and how you came about to discover this talent.
6. Does writing energize or exhaust you?
7. What are common traps for aspiring writers?
8. Does a big ego help or hurt writers?
9. What would you say you where more of a writer or a poet?
10. Have you ever gotten reader’s or writers block?
11. You’ve written and published three books,The Greenest Grass Grows In The Valley, Abba And Mine and I Whispered To The Earth which was your recent collections of poetry. Tell could you read us a poem from your recent book and tell us the story behind it and how you came about writing it.
12. Do you try more to be original or to deliver to readers what they want?
11. Do you think someone could be a writer if they don’t feel emotions strongly?
12. What chapter of your life are you writing now zari in your literary journey? And wast does the future hold for you, any more books in the pipe line?
13. How can people connect with your work where can they find you?
Thank you zari for taking out the time to be on The Writes Corner, I wish you all the best in the future.