Aaron Dworkin is thrilled to announce the release of his latest book, The Poetjournalist, a truly exceptional poetry collection published by Lenox Avenue Press. Penned by the renowned global thought leader and passionate advocate for diversity and inclusion, excellence in arts education, entrepreneurship, and leadership, this first-of-its-kind book is set to hold readers’ attention with profound verses, new perspectives, and thought-provoking themes.
The Poetjournalist explores Personal Identity, The Arts, The Black Experience, and Inequality through the lens of poetjournalism – a term coined by the author to present news stories and experiences in a poetic form. The book celebrates the beauty that lies in the complexities of the human experience by incorporating elements of emotion, opinion, and creative illustration. To put it poetically, “The unique collection of poetry captures the mosaic tapestry of our diverse society through the lens of MacArthur Fellow, author, filmmaker, and social entrepreneur, Aaron Dworkin.”
Unlike any other poetry collection, The Poetjournalist dares to touch on sensitive themes, masterfully expressed through alliteration, rhythm, and asymmetric rhyme, to create vivid imagery that invites readers on a profound journey of contemplation. Aaron leverages his experience as a violinist and spoken word artist to eloquently tie together memories, encounters, and reflections. With a delicate balance of raw vulnerability and literary genius, Aaron presents a creative commentary on the world and human interactions.
Born to a Black Jehovah’s Witness father and White Irish Catholic mother, Aaron was given up for adoption and grew up with a White Jewish couple. This unique heritage has been a lens through which Aaron views connection, humanity, and identity. This collection of some autobiographical and other poems developed through his role as a poetjournalist is a testament to his remarkable talent and ability to distill human experiences into beautifully worded poetry.
The collection’s distinct voice and unique style invite readers to plunge into a world of introspection, navigating complexities and vivid descriptions embedded in each verse. The Poetjournalist is now available on Amazon.
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