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Editors - aaduna in exile, spring 2021 issue, Vol. 10 No. 1

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Creative/Publication Team William E. Berry, Jr. Publisher / CEO William E. Berry, Jr. hails from the Bronx, NY via traveling the world. He distinguished himself in a variety of senior academic, executive, and student affairs administrative assignments at major universities and colleges. An activist educator, change agent, and academician interested in the dynamics of empowerment, diversity, sustainability, culture, and organizational effectiveness, he served as assistant dean for undergraduate studies at the State University Center at Stony Brook; directed Antioch University’s undergraduate and graduate programs in Maryland; served as dean of student affairs at the Harlem, NY based Malcolm-King College, and provided executive level assistance to three presidents at Rockland Community College (SUNY). He served as the founding dean of institutional initiatives at Cayuga Community College (SUNY); held the joint positions of executive assistant to the president and associate dean of col

Crawford, Visual Art - aaduna in exile, spring 2021 issue, Vol. 10 No. 1

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  Meet the Artist William C. Crawford (photo provided) William C. Crawford is a photographer based in North Carolina. He invented “Forensic Foraging,” a throwback, minimalist approach for modern digital photographers. His new book, Drive By Shooting is available from  Amazon.com . "Untitled Exhibition," William C. Crawford, Photographer (c) 2021 "Friends With Children," William C. Crawford, Photographer (c) 2021 "Lunch," William C. Crawford, Photographer (c) 2021 "Restaurant Table in Brilliant Sunlight," William C. Crawford, Photographer (c) 2021   "Floral Arrangement with Menu, Winston-Salem NC Restaurant" William C. Crawford, Photographer (c) 2021 "Two Buddies Catching Up," William C. Crawford, Photographer (c) 2021 "Virginia Tech Football Fanatic," William C. Crawford, Photographer (c) 2021 "Cleaning Utensils at Rest," William C. Crawford, Photographer (c) 2021 "Waiting Room Furniture," Willia

Voices, No Boundaries- Nahal guest columnist- aaduna in exile spring 2021 issue, Vol. 10 No. 1

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  Voices, No Boundaries (This category is a new feature for aaduna) Guest Columnist Anita Nahal, Ph.D., CDP (photo provided) Anita Nahal, Ph.D., CDP   A p rofessor, poet, flash fictionist, and children’s writer, Nahal teaches at the University of the District of Columbia, Washington DC. Her third book of poetry, What’s wrong with us Kali women? is due for publication by Kelsay Books in August 2021. More on Nahal at: https://anitanahal.wixsite.com/anitanahal Poetry Imagined and Reimagined   By Anita Nahal   This is my maiden column with aaduna , about which I am thrilled as aaduna is one of my favorite creative publications. I begin, Poetry Imagined & Reimagined with a discussion with artist and writer, Michael D. Harris. This first column centers on the styles in which poets write in, and the reasons that impact their selection. What draws poets towards writing in a particular style/s? And how do their chosen approaches assist in expressing the depth of their words, emot