From studying English and Philosophy to doing a PhD in Immunology https://youtu.be/zzqZSzMlRxM Minds of Jamaica hosts #MentorshipMondays Q&A with In Parentheses co-founder Michael R. Pitter In Parentheses would like to direct your attention to recent work one of our founders has been doing in the fields of Immunology. Please enjoy the video conference where Michael [...]
Albi James (pseudonym) was born in Nova Scotia, grew up in Windsor, Ontario, and now lives in Calgary, Alberta. He has been a labourer, musician, and teacher – not necessarily in that order. His poems have appeared in various journals, anthologies, and in a collection. He is also the author of His Own Misfortune, a work-in-progress. Artwork by Edward Supranowicz
M. Christine Benner Dixon lives, writes, and grows things in Pittsburgh, PA. Working in both prose and poetry, her writing has appeared in Vastarien: A Literary Journal, HeartWood Literary Magazine, pacificREVIEW: A West Coast Arts Review Annual, Paperbark Literary Magazine, Tiny Seed Literary Journal, American Literary Realism, and DreamSeeker Magazine.
It is with great pleasure and esteem that we announce the publication of Gary Glauber's latest collection of poetry, wherein two poems originally published in In Parentheses can be found. Gary Glauber's collection of poetry is published by Cyberwit (Dr. Karanesh Kumar). The Book has 109 pages of poetic goodness, the kind to help fill the summer void during the global pandemic. this book is number five for Gary Glauber and is readily available now from the publisher or Amazon. In Fall 2019, Glauber's submissions were published in our online archive after their feature in the Fall Print Issue.