Aug. 18, 2014
-- In the Summer Edition of SNReview, among the many literary works published are three poems written by writer and artist, Kobina Wright, titled “Evolution of Elindy;” “Nightstand;”
s work can be found on both the literary magazine’s website and in its print edition.
This publication comes on the heels of the three poems published in July when Wright was featured in the online literary magazine BLACKBERRY: A magazine, where three of her cryptic and experimental poems were published, titled, “The Procession of the Queen;” “I Remember How You Got There;” and “Mind Rinse.”
Currently, Wright is working on a series of essays that reflect her life and childhood and a new series of paintings she’s titled “Sacrifice 38.” This year she has been published in a variety of publications including Blackberry, Blue Lake Review
Wright, is a California native with a BA in journalism from California State University, Fullerton and currently the editor and contributor to The Wrighter, an arts and culture blog. She wrote her third volume of poetry titled, "Say It! Say Gen-o-cide!!" − dedicated to the Rwandan Genocide of 1994. In 2009 Wright co-authored a volume of nuler poetry with friend and fellow poet, Lisa Bartley Lacey, titled "A Crime And A Simplification Of Something Sublime." In 2010 she wrote a volume of nuler poetry titled, "50" dedicated to the late Michael Jackson.
To read Wright’s work published on SNReview, go to: http://www.snreview.org/0114Wright.html