Synkroniciti is thrilled to welcome poet and spoken word artist Jack M. Freedman. Our June 1st issue will feature Bestiary/Bestiario, a captivating poem about the creative world which is home to the artist, full of strange and wonderful creatures and magical overtones. This world, imagined and inhabited, brings the artist a means of joy, synchronicity, and reconstruction, as well as isolation from others who don’t experience such a vibrant inner life. The poem is presented in English and Spanish and serves as an opening invocation for our issue.
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Jack M. Freedman is a poet and spoken word artist from Staten Island, New York. Publications featuring his work span the globe. Countries where original poems found homes include USA, Canada, UK, Ireland, France, The Netherlands, Ukraine, India, Bangladesh, Nigeria, South Africa, Singapore, and Thailand. Anthologies featuring his work include Insurrection (Gnashing Teeth Publishing, 2021), From The Soil: A Hometown Anthology (Exeter Publishing, 2020), Hope: An Anthology of Poetry (CultureCult Press, 2020), flight (Nightingale & Sparrow, 2019), and Nasty Women & Bad Hombres (Lascaux Editions, 2017). Under the pseudonym Jacob Moses, he penned …and the willow smiled (Cyberwit, 2019), Art Therapy 101 (Cyberwit, 2019), and Seance (Cyberwit, 2020). Currently, he is a student at SNHU pursuing an MA in English and Creative Writing – Poetry.
Here is a stunning bit of videopoetry written, read and filmed by Jack, “Touching the Sky.” Some majestic and magical colors in this one!