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IJAGUN POETRY JOURNAL: Vol. 1, No. 1, October 2013.

This issue features interesting poetry by Desiree Jung, Charles  F.  Thielman, Kousik Adhikari, Brett Stout, Anthony Ward, Michael Adejonwo, Arnab  Chatterjee, Aaron Wiegert, Michael D. Brown, Gabriel Bamgbose, Gale Acuff, Chloe Burns, Kehinde Sofoluwe, and James Maxwell. Sit tight and have fun reading! IPJ: New Faces, New Voices, and New Tradition… Advertisements

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Ijagun Poetry Journal

Vol. 1 – No. 1             October 2013 Contents Desiree Jung Rolling Times Dawn/Madrugada                                                    Charles  F.  Thielman        In the Sway of River Birch Releasing Cargo Ready to Parade                                                      Kousik Adhikari                  The Art of Water Nights Nowadays                                                                 Brett Stout                … Continue reading

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Desiree Jung

Desirée Jung is a writer and translator. Her background is in film and literature. She has received her M.F.A in Creative Writing and her Ph.D in Comparative Literature from the University of British Columbia, in Vancouver, Canada. She has published … Continue reading

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Charles F. Thielman

Born and raised in Charleston, South Carolina, moved to Chicago, educated at red-bricked universities and on city streets, Charles has enjoyed working as a counselor, city bus driver, truck driver, warehouse manager and enthused bookstore clerk. Married on a Kauai … Continue reading

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Kousik Adhikari

Kousik Adhikari, an Indian research scholar, has several publications consisting of both creative and critical writings, published in India, Nepal, USA, and Thailand. He is interested in literature, linguistics and cultural studies. He has over 20 publications of poems. Read … Continue reading

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Brett Stout

Brett Stout is a 34-year-old writer and artist. He is a high school dropout and former construction worker turned college graduate and paramedic. He writes while mainly hung-over on white lined paper in a small cramped apartment in Myrtle Beach, … Continue reading

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Anthony Ward

Anthony Ward has been writing in his spare time for a number of years. He has been published in a number of literary magazines including The Autumn Sound, The Faircloth Review, Word Gumbo, Four and Twenty, Drunk Monkeys, Underground, Torrid … Continue reading

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Michael Adejonwo

Michael Adejonwo is a poet, playwright, short story writer, theatre critic, director and thespian. He’s born and bred in Ijebu-Ode, Ogun state and has lived 90% percent of his life in the same town. Read his poems: I remember, So … Continue reading

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Arnab Chatterjee

Arnab Chatterjee was born in Serampore, Kolkata (West Bengal state of India). He is the author of three poetry books: In Desolate Dwellings (2008), Residence Beneath the Earth (2008), The Wind In The Abyss (2012) also called the Reflections Trilogy. … Continue reading

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Aaron Wiegert

Aaron Wiegert is a poetry editor for Drunk Monkeys Webzine and author of Evil Queen, a chapbook from Budget Press. His work has appeared in Poetry Salzburg Review, Indent Magazine, The Broken Plate, Tulane Review, South Carolina Review, Burner Magazine, … Continue reading

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