Sentinel Poetry (Online) #36 – November 2005

Online Magazine Monthly…since December 2002. ISSN 1479-425X




Rob Mclennan is a Canadian poet, publisher and organiser of book fairs for small presses in the city of Ottawa. He has published ten trade collections of poems and a prodigious sixty-seven chapbooks. He is very vibrant in the Ottawa poetic scene. Rob is also a blogger at He has two more forthcoming trade books: "name, an errant" (Stride, UK, 2006) and "The Ottawa City Project" (Chaudiere Books, 2007). Currently editing collections on the works of Canadian poets John Newlove, Andrew Suknaski and George Bowering, he is also working to complete a novel.


Matt Leporati is a 22 year-old poet from New York, whose interests in literature, philosophy, and mysticism reflects in his work. Some of his other works, including a novel and articles of literary criticism, are under consideration for publication. He is currently pursuing a graduate degree in English literature.


Ben Ladouceur is a Canadian poet based in Ottawa. He studies at Carleton University, Ottawa.


Meghan Casey is a Canadian Poet. As the eldest daughter of a librarian mother she grew up amidst towers of books and the inevitable burden of overdue fines. She is a frequent contributor to the Canadian In/Words literary magazine and also performs at poetry readings in Ottawa.  She is finishing her B.A. (Hons.) in English Literature and History at Ottawa's Carleton University. 


Malgorzata Kitowski London-based Writer, Director with Poetry Film & Semaphore Films in the UK.


Bryan Evans is a first time poet in the UK. This is his very first poetic effort, written after eight days of walking in the Brecon Beacons. He is ‘Headman’ at Groundsman public school.


Davide Trame is an Italian poet and Teacher of English in Venice. His poems have appeared numerous journals in the UK including Sentinel Poetry Quarterly, the USA and recently in “Poetry New Zealand”, “New Contrast  (South Africa) and Nimrod (USA).


Joshua Uzoigwe was a musicologist, composer and poet. He died recently at Uyo where he was a professor of music at the University of Uyo. The three poems by Uzoigwe published here first appeared in Nsukka Harvest and have been presented as part of a tribute to his life and work by Chukwuma Azuonye author of Testaments of Thunder (2002) and Professor of African Literatures, University of Massachusetts, Boston USA.


Unoma Azuah is the author of Night Songs – a collection of poems and Sky-High Flames – a novel. She lives in the USA where she is a college teacher.




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