Monthly Archives: December 2013

IJAGUN POETRY JOURNAL: Vol. 1, No. 3, December 2013

Editor’s Note Poetry signifies many “things” to many people dealing creatively or critically with the art. Recently, I bump into an idea about poetry’s nomenclature that is presented by Jonathan Silverman and Dean Radar in their book, The World is … Continue reading

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Vol. 1 – No. 3             December 2013 Contents Damon Marbut At a Café Window with an Empty Glass of Tea After Three Take Dinner Musical You Shoshana Cohen Gazing ‘cross Time Smile At Me 🙂 Promise Me A Lie Neil … Continue reading

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Damon Marbut

Damon Ferrell Marbut is a Southern novelist and poet. He is author of the coming-of-age novel Awake in the Mad World and the collection of poetry Little Human Accidents: Chaos Poems From The Brink. His work has been featured in over 30 magazines, … Continue reading

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Shoshana Cohen

Shoshana Cohen currently attends Dawson College, where she studies Social Science and where she volunteers as one of the editors of the Dawson English Journal. Any spare time that isn’t given to homework she dedicates to reading and writing. She … Continue reading

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Neil Ellman

Neil Ellman has been nominated for various honors, including the Pushcart Prize, Best of the Net and The Rhysling Award. Hundreds of his poems, many of which are ekphrastic and written in response to works of modern and contemporary art, appear in print … Continue reading

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Basit Olatunji

Basit A. Olatunji was born in Ifon-osun, Osun State, Nigeria. He is a poet, an editor and an essayist. His first poetry collection, Thoughtful Reflections, was published in 2011. He is also working on his first play. He currently teaches … Continue reading

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Jessica Tyner

Jessica Tyner is a Pushcart Prize nominated writer from Oregon and a member of the Cherokee Nation. She has recently published short fiction in India’s Out of Print Magazine, and poetry in Penumbra, Straylight Magazine, Solo Press, and Glint Literary … Continue reading

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Schuyler Peck

“Schuyler” has been pronounced in every which way over the last 19 years, so she’s learned to call herself whatever mouths can muster, but prefers Sky. She was born in the great upstate New York, and now studies under the … Continue reading

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Robert Okaji

Robert Okaji lives and works in Austin, Texas. His work has recently appeared in Vayavya, Middle Gray, Clade Song and Prime Numbers Magazine. Read his poems: Agave, Nocturne with a Line after Kees and Earth.

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Abiodun Soretire

Abiodun John Soretire has his hands deep in the sciences but his heart deeper in the arts. He is presently on the staff of Ogun State government as a Medical Laboratory Scientist with an associate membership of the MLSCN council … Continue reading

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