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aaduna welcomes spring by sharing with you...

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Spring has sprung!  Meet Ivan de Monbrison and Shelby Settles Harper, aaduna contributors featured in our upcoming Winter/Spring 2014 issue.

Artist, Ivan de Monbrison’s work bristles with innovation, intelligence and subtle nuances.His work requires a second contemplative look to appreciate how he easily juxtaposes diverse imagery into an elegant scene.His work challenges and places you in the vortex of his imagination.His latest works will grace the Kuta Gallery in the winter/spring 2014 issue and you will be able to observe how his poetry frames the visual acuity of his artistic projects. Here is an image from his forthcoming exhibition in aaduna:
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“Peyote Spirit” is Shelby Settles Harper’s fiction contribution in the next issue.She weaves words and images into a literary fabric that gets better with each read.Here is an opening teaser from her story:

When I first arrived on the rez I tried to out-Indian all the other Indians in Window Rock.  I told the most jokes, grew my hair lon…

Madison and Roche return to aaduna with new work for the winter/spring 2014 Third Anniversary Issue…coming soon.

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Tamara J. Madison returns to aaduna after an impressive 2013. Her seminal work, “Kentucky Curdled…poetry & essay” was published in print, as well as a poetry audiobook, which is available at www.cdbaby.com/tamarajmadison. She also launched TamTalk!!!, her weekly newsletter of creative inspiration & motivation reachable via her website. Never one to rest on her laurels, Tamara is currently working on a new manuscript and in her words, engaged in “REVISONS, REVISIONS, REVISION!”


Two of her works will grace the winter/spring 2014 issue, “Ode to the Breast” and “soul poetica.” Make sure you read them.



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Tamara J. Madison, M.F.A.

Writer, Poet, Performer, Creative Consultant,
Creator of TamBiz!!! and TamTalk!!!
http://www.tamarajmadison.com


Order Kentucky Curdled or Collard County, a collection of short stories or her solo album of performance poetry, “Naked Voice.” Her works make excellent gifts. See her website for further information.

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Always the provocateur, David H. Ro…