Time of the Poet with Argentinian Cultural Arts Personality, Kari Krenn.


Kari Krenn ’s writings are dipped in honesty, spirituality, cultural connections and more. She is a chronicler of humanity and its lifestyles and love matters. Her writings are a testimony of a personality well versed, widely –traveled the world came to witness realities of myriad of traditions, racial and religious inclinations. Her verses display attributes of her inner depth passion and thus resonates her emotionally hyped confessional poetry. Poetry that seeks to depict her spiritual, psychical and emotional experiences. Iam waded by her beautiful dictionary, and diligently fermented reason. Her danceable beat is in sync with her lyrical dexterity. Kari Krenn is an internationally acclaimed Argentinian Poet, Human Rights Activist, Accomplished Writer and advocate of truth, well-traveled and gifted to love her fellow humanity. TIME OF THE POET REPUBLIC is prided in digitally hosting and archiving diversity, exclusivity, excellence and prowess in the personality of acclaimed poet and multi-award winning cultural arts personality Kari Krenn. Together We Rise( Blurb by Mbizo CHIRASHA)

Time of the Curator with Poet Extraordinaire ,Mansour Noorbakhsh.


Chronicler and Veteran broadcaster, Mansour Noorbakhsh, an amazing poet with your verses tasting grape-wine maturity. Your lyrical prowess is unmatched. The rhythm is trendsetting, the beat is danceable. We are mentally cranked by your psyche -raving imagery .The reason within is heart-thumping. As thus, we drink from the new poetic refreshment of your literary dexterity with the gusto of lyrically famished readers. Your simplified verbiage is catalytic in transmitting your voice and enables the reader to extract valuable messages within. This poetry collection is didactic, It is a lifelong –lesson of love, positive thinking and a perception shifting. This instalment is a full coarse meal that gives contentment to us, your audience .It is an artistic balanced diet. A proverbial soul food .This recipe of word art is carved onto every readers DNA like an antennae plucked onto the radio transmitter. Your poetry is concontional mix of confessions, eulogies, love, tragedies and promises. It is a toasted bread of paradox, battered with sweet marmalade and peanut butter -paste on to the both sides. It is a chronicle of spirituality, cultural identity and traces of nostalgia are visible within your diligently crafted verses. It is a revelation that resonates with the old adage that says, poets are mirrors of their society. TIME OF THE POET REPUBLIC is spiritedly gratified to profile , feature and publish a great writer , literary arts influencer , amazing poet ,distinguished curator and accomplished literary arts broadcaster Mansour Noorbakhsh . Together We Rise (Blurb by Mbizo CHIRASHA)

Griot Mbizo Chirasha and Poet James Coburn writes Metaphors on the Palms of the Rainbow .


As do the souls of Men reflected on their actions and words in this arena of the incessant flow of the River of life that answers to humanity. From the land of the Brave (USA) and other accolades from history, comes James Coburn, a world acclaimed master story teller in verse. From the heart of Africa, the cradle of man, is the great griot black poet Mbizo Chirasha who has remained a fugitive from his home country of Zimbabwe for his courage and bravery in daring to question the leaderships in office about corruption and human rights abuse. What a twosome!! To read through their incredible book, METAPHORS OF THE RAINBOW, is to be invited to a surgical room where injustice is being addressed by un-apologetic poetic surgeons with no visible anesthesia, with microscopic detail. Sharp metaphors, drilling imageries and the prowess of a river smooth, sure and guaranteed knowledge of its power, delve deep into the social tumors of injustice as it’s stared at and condemned in classical hyperbolic phrases that ring into the readers ears long after putting the book down. Experience in the field of fighting injustices in human rights related situations, has birthed incredible verses that resonate with each man’s wordsmith excellent recital. That this book is dedicated to world poets of resilience, resistance, human rights crusaders and social justice advocates goes to showcase art rising to the fore of leadership in writing to right the wrongs that plague societies and individuals in our world. Come sample the awesomeness of the rainbow rich in its bitter sweet array of verses. A must read for all (Nancy Ndeke Author of A Bridge to a Bridge Through a Bridge)

Time of the legend with Acclaimed African Poet Samuella Conteh.


Samuella Conteh is a highly spirited literary voice in Africa . She is a well-polished gem and creative representative of her great land of Sierra-Leone. Conteh has grown from being a human rights activist into a globally respected and powerful literary voice. She has taken activism, truth and advocacy onto the page for purposes of freeing humanity through the word. And as you know in the beginning was the word. Amazingly, the Conteh is both a spoken -word artist and a page poet. Her writings are dipped in misery, dishonesty , betrayals ,negating personal experiences .Her versifications are mirrors exposing hypocrisy , life realities and complexities and hardships humanity face in the daily lives .The griot in her sanitizes the corrupt –ridden earth with truth. Most of her writings boldly voice for human freedoms, human rights, social justice and freedom of expression. The earth – shaking rhythm, the lyrical prowess and reason are a testimony of her literary greatness. Prolific is her first name, dexterity is her identity and truth is her surname. Conteh is a widely published and multi-award-winning author. TIME OF THE POET REPUBLIC is dipped in diversity of ideas, dialogue among civilizations, togetherness, networking and connectivity among communities. We are grateful to exhibit the extraordinaire talent in the person of high ranking human rights activist, acclaimed poet and distinguished literary arts curator, SAMUELLAH CONTEH – (Blurb by Mbizo CHIRASHA)

Eulogy for the Beautiful Soul and Literary Arts Activism Genius , G Jamie Dedes


The literary arts activism community has since been robbed of a selfless ,creative dedicated , resilient literary arts captain and 2019 WOMAWORDS LITERARY PRESS Laureate Jamie Dedes . A literary arts activism revolutionary , Founding Editor of the BeZine Journal for Arts and Humanities , Founder and Managing Editor of A Poet A Day Zine. Dedes was a staunch advocate of social justice , human freedoms and good governance through poetry and literary arts activism. She was a literary arts partner of WOMAWORDS LITERARY PRESS, Brave Voices Poetry journal . Laureate Jamie Dedes immensely advocated , incessantly influenced and profoundly publicized for the protection and safety of Mbizo Chirasha , Zimbabwean poet in exile. Many of Mbizo Chirashas poems , essays and hybrid writings of his exile life and human justices were wholesomely published onto BeZine and A Poet a Day publications. Through her advocacy the PEN Deauschland offered Mbizo Chirasha a six months Free Speech Scholarship grant in 2020 that helped the resistance poet to continue writing and influence social justice and human freedoms through poetry arts , digital poetry collections and literary arts activism. Dedes was profoundly gifted , resilient , creative and highly spirited. I have decided to write this remembrance message and an eulogy in form of poem below. May your beautiful rest in the warms of the Lord our God Jamie Dedes ( Message by Mbizo CHIRASHA- CoreTeam Member and G Jamie Dedes partner in literary Arts Activism Projects)

WordCity Monthly, November 2020 Issue3


Letter from the Editor, Darcie Friesen Hossack There is not a particle of life that does not bear poetry within it.-Gustave Flaubert I wrote what will follow before the election in the United States was called for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. I'm tempted to delete and replace it with nothing more than this quote … Continue reading WordCity Monthly, November 2020 Issue3

Art Collins in Interview with Jane SpokenWord, WordCity Monthly Nov2020 Issue3


Art Collins In this month's podcast we introduce you to Arthur 'Art' Collins, a poet, educator, and mediator.A believer in the transformative power of literature, "Art the poet" is a natural sayer and teller of all that is. A restorative justice practitioner with a solid background in Education, Nonprofit Organizations, Youth Development, Coaching, and Crisis … Continue reading Art Collins in Interview with Jane SpokenWord, WordCity Monthly Nov2020 Issue3

Short Fiction by by John Ravenscroft, WordCity Monthly Nov2020 Issue3


John Ravenscroft Crazy Gene I fear I’ll do some damage one fine day...' (Paul Simon - Still Crazy After All These Years) When I was six years old my father went mad and attacked himself with a hammer. People don’t go mad these days, not like they used to. They have phobias and ‘episodes’ and … Continue reading Short Fiction by by John Ravenscroft, WordCity Monthly Nov2020 Issue3

Satire by Anne Sorbie, WordCity Monthly Nov2020 Issue3


Anne Sorbie A MODEST PROPOSAL For Sending Alberta Children Back To School Since there is a growing number of COVID-19 cases among the province’s school-age population, our proposal suggests closing schools immediately and forming a test group to better determine and predict future rates of infection. First, we highly recommend engaging in the test group, … Continue reading Satire by Anne Sorbie, WordCity Monthly Nov2020 Issue3

Short Fiction by Jenn Ashton, WordCity Monthly Nov2020 Issue3


Jenn Ashton Still (reprinted with permission by Tidewater Press) A few times a year I start to feel the walls closing in. The house seems smaller and I realize that it’s probably getting too cluttered in here. Although I watched Marie Kondo’s program on decluttering religiously and even bought the book, the habits did not … Continue reading Short Fiction by Jenn Ashton, WordCity Monthly Nov2020 Issue3