Intersections Featured Artists R. Bremner and Francesca Dharmakan Bremner

Synkroniciti is proud to introduce the artists of our newest online issue, “Intersections,” available for download here:

Welcome poet R. Bremner and artist Francesca Dharmakan Bremner. We feature a lovely untitled poem exploring how our lives intersect and how we can find meaning in this earthly experience. The music of Bremner’s well chosen words is joined by a beautiful painting, Out of the Cocoon by his wife, Francesca Dharmakan Bremner. How do the ripples we make in this life impact those around us? Does it matter to walk with grace and kindness?

Experience this lovely pairing in “Intersections,” the latest issue of Synkroniciti’s online magazine.

R. Bremner has been writing of incense, peppermints, and the color of time since the 1960s. He appeared in the legendary first issue of the Passaic Review in 1979, which also featured Allen Ginsberg, and has appeared in International Poetry Review, Jerry Jazz Musician, Paterson Literary Review, Red Wheelbarrow, Sigmund Freud in Poetry, Anthem: a Leonard Cohen Tribute Anthology, The Mensa Bulletin, and hundreds more journals. Ron has published eight books of poetry, including Absurd (Absurdist poetry from Cajun Mutt Press) and Hungry words (Alien Buddha Press). He has thrice won Honorable Mention in the Allen Ginsberg awards, but as we know, honorable mention is like kissing your sister!

Francesca Dharmakan Bremner is an artist/poet/novelist/sociologist originally from Sri Lanka who specializes in war and refugee studies. She has worked for international organizations in Timor Leste, Sri Lanka, and Paris, and currently teaches at City University of New York.

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