Kenyatta Jean-Paul Garcia featured on WE ALL BLEED THE SAME!

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Happy Thursday, poets and poetry lovers! We have another poetry feature! Head on over to WE ALL BLEED THE SAME and read “Frost” by Kenyatta Jean-Paul Garcia! http://spiltinkpoetry.tumblr.com/post/79457610136/frost-by-kenyatta-jean-paul-garcia

 

Here’s a little about Kenyatta:

Kenyatta Jean-Paul Garcia is the author of Yawning on the Sands, This Sentimental Education and Enter the After-Garde. He was raised in Brooklyn, NY and has a degree in Linguistics. After many years as a cook, he has returned to poetry. His work has appeared in BlazeVOX, Caliban Online, Transnational Literary Magazine, Underground Books, ditch, Outlaw Poetry Network and Ron Silliman’s Blog. By night he puts boxes on shelves. By day, he writes for and edits.

Here are links to Kenyatta’s blogs: kjpgarcia.wordpress.com and altpoetics.wordpress.com.

 

Keny Garcia

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