I’m proud to be part of the generation who challenge discriminatory forms of sharing and creating poetry. I’m particularly interested in spaces that augment content and form into novel poetic genres. In my dancepoems, I’ve been experimenting with music, dance and poetry to see if carefully controlled convergence of three arts can give rise to a new poetic experience.

Between 2015 and 2017, I was fortunate to work with three very talented dancers. The theme binding our three dancepoems together is celestial dialogues- conversations between The Sun and The Earth, The Moon and The Sun, and The Earth and The Moon. When thinking about these conversational duets, the search for a ying-yang balance becomes a quest for unity and departure from human-imposed hierarchies.

If the Earth spoke to the Sun, what would she say? And if the Moon talked to the Sun, would they remember the times when they were one? The perennial themes of love and separation somewhat always find their way into a poem…

My dancepoems are an invitation for poetry that is judged in terms of its potential for dialogue (and not economic profitability).
— Eleni Cay, 2016

I love Maria Popova's Brainpickings, especially her curated selection of poetry. If you are interested in poems about the solar system and some of the greatest voices in the history of poetry, check out The Universe in Verse.

"Troubadour Monday voyage of discovery across the universe" I was one of the 60 (!) poets who celebrated the Universe in Verse on the 26th of June 2017 at the Troubadour poetry night.