Wonderful is Boodoo-Fortuné & Christopher H. Gorrie

Danielle Boodoo-Fortuné is a poet and artist.  As an artist, she creates vibrant multi-colored and subtle hued work that is mystical, romantic and enchanting.  Danielle will exhibit several images in the winter/spring 2014 issue so we will tease you with only one of her pieces:

"The Deer Goddess," Danielle Boodoo-Fortuné (c) 2014
You have a visual delight coming at you in a few days and you will remember Boodoo-Fortuné.       


Christopher H. Gorrie is a 21st century Renaissance Man. His artistic interests span the spectrum of cultural ideas and he illuminates these areas with vision, intelligence and focus.

Here is a teaser from his poem:

“On a Marriage that Was to Take Place atop Half

Dome in Yosemite National Park

for Nick and Katie”

“I think it was Auden who whined, “Marriage is rarely bliss,”
though he lightened the phrase by encapsulating it in the context of modern physics –
namely, at least it has the ability to take place,
and that should be enough to bring bliss equal to Buddha’s Emptiness.

So, I'm happy our call got
for the dial tone was
the pithiest aphorism on marriage any sentient life could've produced.”

An excerpt from Gorrie is not enough.  A single work from Boodoo-Fortuné is not enough.

We know.  More to come!     
aaduna’s winter/spring 2014 issue coming soon.  WATCH FOR IT!