Two United Kingdom-based web sites currently feature works by the Savannah-born author Aberjhani.
Both the e-zine POETRY LIFE & TIMES and the web site BLACK POETRY SOCIETY feature two poems each by the author. Both also acknowledge him as the recent winner of the award for “Best Poet/Spoken Word Artist” in the 2006 Connect Savannah Readers’ Poll.
“I feel like a very blessed recipient of the kindness of poets from afar,” said Aberjhani, “since these sites are published by people who themselves are very gifted poets. Plus, earlier this year, the poets Joseph and Alexandra OneLight were kind enough to host on their OneLight Authors & Creations site, part two of an essay that dealt with the experience of my mother’s passing while simultaneously finding myself immersed in the creative vision presented in their book, Universes Beyond the Visible.”
In addition to Aberjhani’s poetry and that of its resident poets, the June 2006 edition of POETRY LIFE & TIMES also features profiles on and work by: Wakan editor Tesa Duncan; neo-gothic master Joseph Armstead; poet Christopher Major; poet Robert Wilson; and poet Clive Oseman.