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Welcome to Weekly Poem #10 - Exclusively poetry.
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ISSN 2291-7942. Frequency: Weekly.
Volume 2, No. 10. December 3, 2014.
Published in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Publisher and Managing Editor: Kirk Ramdath.
Website by: Kirk Ramdath.
c/o WAX POETRY AND ART MAGAZINE
512 - 919 Centre Street NW
Calgary, AB, Canada T2E 2P6.
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Comrade Black is an anarchist poet, and community organizer.
Comrade was a winner of the Free Nyki Poetry Contest, and is
currently working on a book of poetry that will be published through
Eberhardt Press, as well as a audio cassette tape published by
Profane Existence Records. Comrade hosts a regular political column
on profanexistence.com and has had writing published in Earth First!
Journal, Monday Magazine (mondaymag.com), The Victoria Street
Newz as well as on the website Because We Must.
For the last few years j. fisher has been living and working in Calgary.
When he's not busy making borscht or fretting over how to perfect his
Carolina barbecue sauce, j. makes the rent working as a professional
landscaper. His recent pieces can be found in lit mags and e-zines all
over North American and Europe. His formal collections are out on
Frontenac House Publishing.
John Grey is an Australian born poet. Recently published in Slant,
Southern California Review and Skidrow Penthouse with work
upcoming in Bryant Literary Magazine, Natural Bridge and Soundings
Joanne Morcom (of the Magpie Haiku & Tanka Poets)
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 When
Words 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
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