Jorge Antonio Vallejos

Jorge Antonio Vallejos is a Mestizo (Indigenous and Spanish) and Arab poet, essayist and journalist. His work is forthcoming in Descant, and has appeared in The Kenyon Review, Colorlines, Our Times: Canada's Independent Labour Magazine, XTRA!: Toronto's Lesbian and Gay Biweekly, Anishinabek News, REDWIRE Magazine, YU Free Press and THIS Magazine. Jorge loves books, boxing, spicy food and meeting new readers and writers. Drop him a line at condorsview@yahoo.ca.

Book Review
Aug 5, 2010

Van Camp spins tales from the North

Jorge Antonio Vallejos
Richard Van Camp's new collection of short fiction brings stories from the North to the rest of Turtle Island.
Book Review
Jul 9, 2010
This is an Honour Song

20 years after Oka

Jorge Antonio Vallejos
Published in time for July 11, 2010 -- the 20th anniversary of Oka -- This is an Honour Song features poetry, academic and personal essays about the events of the standoff.
Book Review
Apr 9, 2010

Words for a new world

Jorge Antonio Vallejos
The "fifth world" is one imagined by Anna Marie Sewell, a poet of Mi'gmaq and Slavic roots. In Fifth World Drum Sewell recounts her experiences with identity, her search for culture and spirituality.
Book Review
Feb 18, 2010

A poetic call to action

Jorge Antonio Vallejos
Salimah Valiani, a queer activist of colour, brings readers to different places with very different views on what it is to educate and challenge through poetry, letters and memoir.
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