Author’s Blog – O at the Edges – Robert Okaji

On his blog O at the Edges, poet Robert Okaji considers the intersections of language and numbers, connections between disparate entities – the currents stirring within the Phoenician iteration of our letter M and the Japanese character for water,mizu, or the intertwined strands of solar wind and shadows, black-chinned hummingbirds and coastal death rituals – all, of course, while contemplating good food and that most magnificent of elixirs, beer, which may have been the very foundation of civilization. Or not.

O at the Edges

Robert Okaji Poem Rain Forest Bridge appears in Issue 3 Volume 1 of Four Ties Lit Review.

Robert recorded a reading of Rain Forest Bridge for 4Ties.

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