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KISSING KEEPS US AFLOAT: A TALK WITH POET LAURIE MACFAYDEN

Kissing Keeps Us Afloat: A Talk With Poet Laurie MacFayden By Jorge Antonio Vallejos “Writers make shit up,” says Laurie MacFayden, author of the new poetry collection Kissing Keeps Us Afloat. “I’d like to say it’s all true but my … Continue reading

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KEVIN IRIE READS A POEM FOR CANADIAN ARTIST TOM THOMSON

Meeting Kevin Irie was a pleasure.  We chatted about poetry, books, and life. Hearing Irie read just adds to the enjoyment of flipping through the pages of his new book Viewing Tom Thomson, A Minority Report. Interviewing Irie for blackcoffeepoet.com … Continue reading

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VIEWING TOM THOMSON, A MINORITY REPORT

Viewing Tom Thomson, A Minority Report By Kevin Irie Reviewed by Jorge Antonio Vallejos I remember being in Guadalajara, Mexico staring at El Abrazo by Jorge Gonzalez Camarena and being in awe.  Thoughts rushed into my head and later flowed … Continue reading

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iii By J. Fisher Reviewed by Jorge Antonio Vallejos It’s my first review of Year 3 on blackcoffeepoet.com and what a perfect choice: iii by J. Fisher.  After taking three weeks off in August I got back in the swing … Continue reading

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