october 2011 cover Photo by Andre Bagoo. From Disappearing Houses, a photometry collaboration with the poet Vahni Capildeo. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
These houses are vanishing, the people who once made this house a home where have they gone to? What made them flee? The dogs seems to have made this their home.
nicholas damion alexander
I am a teacher of English and Philosophy. I am also a poet. My works have been published in The Jamaica Gleaner, The Jamaica Observer, Caribbean Voice magazine, Poets against war, Auckland Poetry, The Black Collegian, Angelfire, Mr. Africa poetry lounge, Eos, Poemhunter, The First Cut and the ‘Calabash’ anthology So Much Things To Say. In 2008 I was awarded a fellowship with Calabash International Writers’ Workshop.In 2011, I was featured on e-Buffet’s online magazine: “Postcards from the people of Earth”.I have also been featured on TV programs and in newspapers in Jamaica.
NB: I want to submit some poems.
All information you need is here:
Look forward to receiving your work!
I see that “catch a fire” deadline has passed…is there a theme(s) for upcoming issues and deadline?
Nicholas, will email you information — we are working through some snafus right now and will be up and running for February. Will let you know.