Tag Archives: “Mixology” by Adrian Matejka

FEBRUARY 2012: THOUGHTS ON BLACK HISTORY MONTH AND THE FEBRUARY 14TH RALLY FOR THE 800+ MISSING AND MURDERED ABORIGINAL WOMEN IN CANADA

February 2012: Thoughts On Black History Month and the February 14th Rally For the 800+ Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women in Canada By Jorge Antonio Vallejos We’re two days away from the end of February.  It’s been an interesting 27 … Continue reading

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MESHACH HARVEY READS “A RUDE AWAKENING”: A MEMOIR PIECE ABOUT MIXED-RACE IDENTITY AND RACISM

Meshach Harvey Was Born in Toronto, Canada in 1988. He is of mixed race ancestry. His father is of Black Jamaican descent and his mother is of Finnish descent. Meshach is currently a fourth year Honours History major at York … Continue reading

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INTERVIEW WITH 2008 USA NATIONAL POETRY SERIES WINNER ADRIAN MATEJKA

Adrian Matejka is the author of The Devil’s Garden (Alice James Books, 2003), Mixology (Penguin USA, 2009), and The Big Smoke(Penguin USA, forthcoming in 2013).  His work has appeared or is forthcoming in American Poetry Review, Ploughshares, andPoetry among other journals and anthologies. You can find him at www.adrianmatejka.com or on Twitter: … Continue reading

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MIXOLOGY

Mixology By Adrian Matejka Reviewed by Jorge Antonio Vallejos I remember hearing the compliment of compliments in terms of writing a couple of years ago.  It was about Nobel Prize winner Orhan Pamuk.  A writer (whose name I can’t remember) … Continue reading

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