Monthly Archives: March 2014

HOW TO WRITE A BOOK REVIEW

How To Write A Book Review By Jorge Antonio Vallejos A large part of blackcoffeepoet.com is dedicated to writing book reviews.  I also write book reviews for other publications. I remember writing my first book review in grade five.  I … Continue reading

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VIDEO: LINES I LOVED FROM SHERMAN ALEXIE’S “WHAT I’VE STOLEN, WHAT I’VE EARNED”

I recently read What I’ve Stolen, What I’ve Earned by Sherman Alexie.  It was amazing! Alexie is one of my favorite poets.  I own and have read, and re-read, his sex previous collections of poems. While reading the book I … Continue reading

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FOUND SONNET, LINES I LOVED FROM SHERMAN ALEXIE’S “WHAT I’VE STOLEN, WHAT I’VE EARNED”

Found Sonnet, Lines I Loved From Sherman Alexie’s What I’ve Stolen, What I’ve Earned By Jorge Antonio Vallejos 1. My Indian name is Wants  To Tell You His Indian Name Because It Makes Him Feel More Indian. 2. …my big brother, … Continue reading

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BLACK COFFEE POET READS @ SPINLAW 2014

Last Saturday I had the honour of reading at the York University Osgoode Hall Law School conference SPINLAW (Student Public Interest Network Legal Action Workshop) for the second year in a row! For SPINLAW 2013 I read a poem commissioned … Continue reading

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