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By Ernest Williamson III
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Posted: Saturday, July 07, 2007
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Ernest Williamson III is a polymath who has published poetry and visual art in over 100 online and print journals within a time span of 7 years.Ernest is slated for nomination for the PUSHCART PRIZE according to editor of Skyline Magazines. He holds the B.A. and the M.A. in English/Creative Writing/Literature from the University of Memphis. Ernest is now listed in the prestigious Directory of American Poets and Fiction Writers. Ernest will be an adjunct English Professor for New Jersey City University this Fall. Currently He is a tutor for Club Z! and a Ph.D. Candidate at Seton Hall University in the field of Higher Education and a member of The International High IQ Society based in New York City. Ernest appreciates your criticisms of his work. Please support all efforts to eradicate genocide in the Sudan. My book "Sword" is my first book of poetry and it is available for purchase. The link is
Contact Information: williaea.shu.edu
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Complete list of publications for poetry and visual art.
Electric Acorn, The Canopic Jar, Entropic Desires, Scribble, Ariga Magazine, Subjective Substance, Adagio Verse Quarterly, The Oracular Tree, Poetry Webring Review, SP Quill Magazine, Moonwort Review, Muse Apprentice Guild, Snow Monkey, Poetry Toad, JMWW, Subtle Tea, WAH ,Underground Window, Retort Magazine, Dogwood Journal, Surface Online Magazine, Lily Literary Review, Plum Ruby Review, Beautiful Nuance, Prague Daily Monitor, Darker Vision, Foliate Oak Online Magazine, Mental Contagion, Hinge Magazine, The Copperfield Review, Artitude Magazine, Poems Niederngasse, The Coffee Press Journal, Ascent Aspirations Magazine, Unlikely Stories
Mystic Prophet Magazine,, Kwikstep Magazine, Szirine Magazine, Thunder Road Press, A Little Poetry, The Sidewalk’s End, Boheme Magazine, Literary Chaos, The Blind Man's Rainbow, Interpoetry, The Aurora Review, Whimperbang (A Journal of Contemporary Writing), Avatar Review (forthcoming), Tryst (forthcoming), Dispatch Literary Journal (forthcoming), ken*again (forthcoming), The Blue Smoke Band Magazine (forthcoming), Expressions Newsletter (forthcoming), The Brooklyn Review (forthcoming),
Tattoo Highway (forthcoming), Philadephia Stories (forthcoming),The Centrifugal Eye (forthcoming), Fluent Ascension (forthcoming), 63 Channels (forthcoming),The Rose & Thorn Literary Ezine (forthcoming),Twisted Tongue (forthcoming), THESE! Poetry & Art Magazine,"Smokebox Pollution-Fueled Commentary", The MeadoW (forthcoming), Fringe Magazine,Global Inner Visions, Big-Pond-Rumours E-zine (forthcoming), M Review: Online Literary Journal at Marylhurst University (forthcoming), Ancient Heart Magazine (forthcoming in October 2006), Blue Fifth Review (forthcoming), Ashe Journal of Experimental Sprituality (forthcoming), Sein Und Werden (forthcoming in July),Ygdrasil, A Journal of the Poetic Arts (June), The Blue House (forthcoming in the August and October editions), Grasslimb Journal (forthcoming),The Indite Circle (forthcoming), Muscadine Lines: A Southern Journal (forthcoming), Southern Hum Southern Literature (forthcoming in September), Wild Child Publishing (forthcoming),languageandculture.net (forthcoming),
Triplopia (forthcoming), The Green Muse (forthcoming), strangeroad.com (August), Willow Lake Press, Color Wheel a journal celebrating literary and fine arts in a metaphysical world (forthcoming, Thick with Conviction a poetry journal(forthcoming),Cerebration (August/September), Farmhouse Magazine (September),
Semantikon (January 2007/Feature Artist), Wingspan Quarterly (forthcoming this Fall), Penniless Press,
Taj Mahal Review (June 2007), The Scruffy Dog Review
(forthcoming), Sentinel Poetry (October), A-pos-tro-phe (forthcoming)& WTF Magazine (forthcoming in January), Ya'Sou! Online (forthcoming in January 2008),The Scribbler Ink, Unfettered Verse, & Quercus Review (forthcoming), The Flask Review (forthcoming in March), Words on Paper (forthcoming), "The Houston Literary Review" (forthcoming in June 2007), "The Penwood Review" (forthcoming in Fall 2007), "Artistry of Life", "The Quirk" (forthcoming), Decanto Magazine(forthcoming April 2008), "Media Cake" (forthcoming)
,"The Persistent Mirage", "Skyline Magazine"
(forthcoming), "A Hudson View" (forthcoming), "Poet Express" (forthcoming), "Literary House" (forthcoming)
"SpinningS...intense tales of life" (forthcoming), "Write Me a Metaphor" (forthcoming), "why vandalism online literary & arts journal", & Mississippi Crow Magazine (forthcoming)
“In Our Own Words” Vol. 7 This book series is a platform from which a generation (born 1960 to 1982) is speaking out about its realities, dispelling the narrow, simplified stereotypes created by the mass media and commercial marketing. (Forthcoming)