The REDBRIDGE REVIEW , an online magazine of international art and literary culture, has published five poems by poet-author Aberjhani in its current edition.
Although poetry by Aberjhani appears on several Internet sites, including AuthorsDen and EXPOSE’D, those presently featured by the REDBRIDGE REVIEW are not available on any other site. Two of the poems, “We Sang This for Shekhem,” and “blackman sitting on a rock,” are taken from the author’s I Made My Boy Out of Poetry, a book that many consider an underground modern classic. The remaining three poems are previously unpublished in book form; these are: “The Color of Things Unknown”; “Hidden Universe”; and “Every Hour Henceforth” (this last originally published in ESSENCE Magazine).
The REDBRIDGE REVIEW has garnered much critical acclaim for its comprehensive format and willingness to showcase a diversity of creative voices from across the globe. Although always open to receiving quality stories, essays, and poetry, the publication at present is accepting materials for its October Black History Month issue. (Note: the REDBRIDGE REVIEW is based in Great Britain where Black History Month is observed in October rather than in February as it is in the United States.)