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Welcome to Weekly Poems no. 2 - Exclusively poetry.
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writing. Read publication information and contributor biographies on
Weekly Poems (Formerly: Weekly Poem)
Volume 3, No. 2. February 10, 2015.
Published in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Publisher and Managing Editor: Kirk Ramdath.
Website by: Kirk Ramdath.
Cover image: Photo by Lauren Peterson.
c/o WAX POETRY AND ART MAGAZINE
512 - 919 Centre Street NW
Calgary, AB, Canada T2E 2P6.
Submissions in English are welcome from all persons living anywhere
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Anca Mihaela Bruma
Lani T. Montreal
Anca Mihaela Bruma
My name is Anca Mihaela Bruma, I am Romanian living in Dubai/UAE.
My love for poetry started when I was just 9 years old, when I
registered myself to some creative poetry writing group. It was a
turning point for me as I started to discover the mysteries of the
written word and its impact on the readers.
Steve Klepetar’s work has received several nominations for the
Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net. Three collections appeared in
2013: Speaking to the Field Mice (Sweatshoppe Publications), Blue
Season (with Joseph Lisowski, mgv2>publishing), and My Son
Writes a Report on the Warsaw Ghetto (Flutter Press). An
e-chapbook, Return of the Bride of Frankenstein, came out in 2014
as part of the Barometric Pressures series of e-chapbooks by Kind of
a Hurricane Press.
Lani T. Montreal
Lani T. Montreal is a Filipina writer, educator, and cultural rabble-
rouser who lives and loves in Chicago with her multicultural, multi-
species family. Lani’s writings have been published in numerous
anthologies and magazines, both web and print, and her plays have
been produced in Canada, the U.S., and the Philippines. She teaches
at Malcolm X College and hopes to someday publish her own book.
The Magpie Haiku & Tanka Poets are a Calgary based poetry
collective who have been active since 2001. Their main purpose is
to write, publish and promote the Japanese inspired poetry forms
known as haiku (three lines) and tanka (five lines.) They've published
two anthologies, A Piece of Eggshell and Weathered Wings. They
also do public readings, lead poetry workshops and participate in
community literary events such as The Writers Weekend and
WhenWords Collide, both held annually in Calgary. The core
members, Patricia Benedict, Lucille Raizada and Joanne Morcom,
have accumulated many individual publishing credits. For more
information about the collective and their activities, please contact
Joanne Morcom at email@example.com.
I am more of a hobby photographer, not necessarily professional as
of right now. I am taking classes to finish my Photography Certificate
of Completion from Mount Royal. I am always loved photography,
whether it was taking pictures or just going through picture after picture
of other photographer's photos. I love taking photographs and learning
about how to do it well and more creatively.
Joe Rino has a BFA in Drama from the University of Calgary. Joe is
co-founder of the University of Calgary Improv Club and loves to act,
write, direct, and teach. Joe’s staged work includes Zip-Lock Bags,
Interrogation with Mr. Maletta, and most recently Mulligan as part of
the Common Ground Festival. Currently enrolled in the Werklund
School of Education Joe’s philosophy of teaching is to play with
purpose. Learning should be fun and it also should be useful.
Connections make for long lasting learning. Joe hopes you
connected with his poem and can’t wait for you to read more.
Kevin Strong is from Winnipeg, Canada. He writes music, scripts,
stories and poetry when he is not doing accounting or doting on his
wife and 2 children. Kevin takes inspiration from current events,
famous poems, novels and even song lyrics. Kevin’s work has been
published by Amulet Magazine, Conceit Magazine, Expressions by
Skyline, Falling Star Magazine, Joe Brainard’s Pyjamas, Kind of a
Hurricane Press (Tic Toc Anthology and Life is a Roller Coaster
Anthology ), languageandculture.net, Lone Stars Magazine, Mystical
Muse Magazine, Pink Mouse Pub, Rhubarb Magazine, Sage of
Consciousness, The Taylor Trust, and Word Slaw.
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