Tuesday, 27 May 2014

From one City to the Next, From One Country to the Next -- (Book) "The Proton Man: Justin Trudeau"

Vision:  Unite vs. Divide; Human Rights and Dignity for All vs. Human Rights and Dignity for the Few.


Productivity/Poetry:  As a poet, I will go on to utilize the aesthetic world in uniting the people and promoting Human Rights and Dignity for All. Within the beautiful field of creativity, I will never stop to make a significant contribution to the enrichment of knowledge. And, that's why I wrote "The Proton Man: Justin Trudeau." I care.

Innovation:  As a poet, I will proceed to apply my expertise to bring new perspectives how to unify the people and continue to bear up for Human Rights and Dignity for All. Within The Proton Man: Justin Trudeau I propose a new solution - to unite the people of Canada via political "makers" as is Justin Trudeau & continue to promote Human Rights and Dignity for All.

Motivation & Communication:  Using my motivation and creativity, I am dedicated to stimulating interdisciplinary dialogue to fuel thinking process for changing poisoning global politics via a positive Canadian politics. With my poetic pen, I will continue to speak up the truth - even when "certain political crocodiles swallow me." I am not scared to communicate with the people via my pen and passion for true equality for all. From Toronto to Niagara Falls, from Niagara Falls to Halifax, from Halifax to Ottawa, and much more - I continue public interactions to pass around "The Proton Man: Justin Trudeau." Talk to me in person at Indigo/Chapters Rideau, in Ottawa, July 5, 2014, Noon - 04:00 PM. You may click here for the link of the event: https://www.facebook.com/events/322802417867429/


Project:  My next project is an international involvement in the area of poetry and politics that would draw on the richness of the Human Rights and Dignity for All.  With my critical pen - I will participate in numerous International Book Fairs, starting with the Toronto International Book Fair (Nov. 13 - 16, 2014). I'll keep you updated!

Saturday, 8 February 2014

The Proton Man: Justin Trudeau by Elliott Moglica

Press Release:  Today, this birthday, I am immensely pleased to announce that my new book The Proton Man: Justin Trudeau just left the "Poet's Honey Pot". 

This title will be released to the public on March 01, 2014, at noon, and will be for sale via: AMAZON.CA.  Stay tuned. 




BOOK DESCRIPTION

“Speak to me, oh sun, of The Proton Man's voyage, virtues, justice and courage: As our maple ship's hope is in his hands.” That's how begins The Proton Man: Justin Trudeau, Elliott Moglica's multi types narrative poem. And continues, “Ihave seen the laser politician, bows, grows and fights for our rights and freedoms: Gears as an automatic transmission.” This book is the first epic poem attributed to Justin Trudeau: the Leader of the Liberal Party of Canada – re-freshening up the Canadian politics.

     The Proton Man is divided into four cantos: “Canto I - Justin Energy”, “Canto II- The Hellishness of Right Progress to a Ruler”, “Canto III - The Hellishness of Left Progress to Nowhere”, and “Canto IV - The Proton Man: Justin Trudeau.” This multi-style poem of 1215 lines of verses elaborated from a classicalstyle to a modern style of writing poetry. Mostly, it's written in dactylic hexameter. It incorporates (for the first time) Liberal epic, and develops through 18 sonnets, 9 haikus, 7 quatrains, 4 tankas, 4 ballads, 2 lyrics, 1 'ottava rima', 1 decastich, 1 freeverse, a prologue plus elegy and epilogue.  It is the case for modern poets who tend to avoid the epic style poetry of the past.

     This poem deals with three kinds of people “Of Sinners of the Right”, “Of Sinners of the Left”, and “Of Positive People of the Centre”. It touches the past because of the chain between generations, it deals with the present because it is based upon reality, and it touches the future because all of us hope for a happy and prosperous life. It takes place in Canada, in our own time, and the main persona of this poem is Justin Trudeau: the aspiring soul of an extraordinary Canadian teacher, parliamentarian and leader.

     This artistic book presents poet Elliott Moglica's involvement in the “political movement for positive changes” through four circles: “The Middle Circle: The Hearts – The Magnet of 'Team Justin'”, “Half circle: The Far Right – The Egocentric Political Neutrons”, “Half circle: The Far Left – The Freeload Neutrons”, and “Middle circle: The Mass Together – With the Proton Man, Forever!”.  “Sailing between the crocodiles, / windstorm turns to sunny! / The army of beavers did stand, / water turns to honey!” is Elliott's tense by closing the book with a ballad.


(Book is proofread by: Charles Voth) 





BOOK INCLUDES 
  • Seven illustrations in this volume are reproduced from the original drawings by the author; 
  • Introduction, Prologue, Elegy, Epilogue, Notes, Index of First Lines, Glossary of Poetry Terms; 
  • A Motivational Story from "Poet's Pot";
  • Black text (Type: Garamond Pro; Size: 12); 
  • Total 154 pages (3 pages in color): from p. i-xxii & p. 1-132;
  • When you read it - you can see, hear, feel, and touch; 
  • Cool feeling to see & touch the book!  Perfect for gifts! 
  • For books with autograph: Pre-order now - via: elliottmoglica@yahoo.ca 
Imitation Leather Books: 
  • ISBN: 978-0-9868069-3-3; 
  • Binded on all hardcaver black imitation leather with gold foil stamping (prepared on metal die); 
  • Printed on the finest quality Classic Laid Ivory paper (75lbs); 
  • Price Cdn$ 45.  (This book will be sold without any profit, since the expenses are higher than the price);  
Paperback Books: 
  • ISBN: 978-0-9868069-4-0; 
  • Binded on 100lbs linen black cardstock and printed UV;
  • Printed on 24lbs Classic Laid (Baronial Ivory);  
  • Price Cdn$ 24; 

(All rights are reserved. Copyright @ 2013 by Author)  

Thanks God for helping me all the way while writing this epic! 

Monday, 15 October 2012

Book - The Great Man Hasan Moglica (1854-1915)// "Burri i madh Hasan Moglica (1854-1915)" by Elliott Moglica


Press Release:  On October 28, 2012 will be released to the public in Canada, Albania and all over the globe - Elliott Moglica' new book The Great Man Hasan Moglica (1854-1915)// "Burri i madh Hasan Moglica (1854-1915)" in Albanian language.  

The Great Man Hasan Moglica
(1854-1915)

Summary regarding the book:
☛ 684 pages;
☛ Over 20 years research-work, accumulations and drafting (Majority written until the end of the 2007 year); 
☛ 249 references, foot-notes, additional notes - which are listed based on MLA style;
☛ 67 academic, historic, and credible journalistic references;
☛ Dozens of secret historical documents - kept secret for about 100 years;  
☛ The secret letter of the great Albanian man Hasan Moglica addressed to his son Osman Moglica (June 1915); 
☛ Dozens of drawings, sketches and photos with scholastic, historic Albanian and international values;
☛ A complete biography dedicated to an Albanian Red-poppy: hero; educator; philosopher; teacher; fighter and a great Albanian patriot who was buried alive by insurgents; 
☛ Book has 10 chapters;
☛ Book is written based on western academic standards: with integrity, respect and professionalism -without deformations; 
☛ Within Chapter IX: "Hymn për Hasan Moglica dhe Mëmëdheun”// "Hymn for Hasan Moglica and Albania" is included a long poetry named "Jam gdhendur nga Shqiponja!"// "I am chopped from the Eagle";  
☛ A biographical, historical, and research-work: with historic, academic, philosophic, scholastic and literary values in Albanian literature;
☛ Book is with special (classical thick) high quality hardcover and high-quality white paper; 
☛ Book is edited in 2012 year with high professionalism by the Albanian well-known publicist Sakip Cami; etc.

THIS is the book THE GREAT MAN HASAN MOGLICA (1854-1915) - dedicated to author's great-grandfather: as a  professional gift to Albanian literature regarding the 100-th  Anniversary of The Albanian State. 



For saleAll over the globe at: www.amazon.ca payment via secure credit-card by following this link:Burri i madh Hasan Moglica (1854-1915) 
OR 
Contact author in Canada via e-mail at: e.moglica@yahoo.com with this subject: "Book-purchase re: Burri i madh Hasan Moglica (1854-1915)"

Price (minimal without any profit): Can$ 18; USA$ 20; € 12
(Note: Price listed in different currency is subject to the place where the book is sold - otherwise is in Canadian Dollar) 

Thank you!/ Faleminderit!/ Merci! 

Friday, 3 February 2012

Europe/"Rruga e Arbërit"/Book Review -- Justice or Jungle: Selected Poetry in XLIV Chambers, by Elliott Moglica



On January 2012, in Europe, at "Rruga e Arbërit" newspaper, journalist Sakip Cami has published a book review regarding Justice or Jungle: Selected Poetry in XLIV Chambers with author Elliott Moglica.

Whereas, the book review, as published in the original language, can be found on "Rruga e Arbërit" newspeper, January 2012, nr. 1(69), at page 13 ("News" page).

And hereby, the enclosure link can direct readers to the original version: http://www.rrugaearberit.com/arkiva/2012/janar2012.pdf

Now therefore, hereunder, readers will find a full translated version in English:

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Justice or Jungle

Book Review Regarding The Volume With The Same Title
By Albanian-Canadian Poet Elliott Moglica


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The author could not have imagined that in Canada, as in Albania after 1990 years, you can find doctors of sciences working as taxi drivers, designers selling meat, painters as dish washers, philosophers catching fish.
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Protection of human rights, anywhere in the world, is an essential topic on the nowadays, for the mere fact of the resurrection of new dictatorships and dictators of type as Milosevic, Hussein, Gedaf, Mubarak, etc. And finally the ghastly and infamous of these dictators, who stayed for decades on power in the name of democracy and free elections, did not make to reflect the politicians and bankers of the world today, who have plunged their countries into unprecedented economic and financial crises unseen since the early 30-th of XX-th century.
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Recently the Albanian-Canadian poet Elliott Moglica has published and put into circulation, in Canada and Albania, the volume Justice or Jungle in English.

What it’s immediately noticeable is the fact that though the author has fled Albania for years he raises an apparently universal concern for the triumph of justice. The author opens the book with Einstein saying, "Great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds." And for coincidence or wonder Albania and the entire Albanian nation has suffered for decades from mediocre leadership and mediocre thinking. Furthermore, the author in the preface says that losing is nothing, but allowing the justice and judges to juggle with laws is a jungle. It is not necessary to draft laws, while playing with them.

The author has studied in law, protection, linguistics and his cause is not compatible with jugglers of justice that have spread all over the world today, and among them Albania, with events like these of Gerdec and 11 January that continue not to find justice.

Napoleon Bonoparte, this genius military leader, says that pen is the strongest weapon, that’s why Elliott Moglica has chosen pen, poetry, and book - to protest against these injustices without end, on the world where we live.

In the first poem that opens the volume with the title "Tomorrow," author writes about: "[....] Them who today are juggling with my future, perhaps tomorrow with yours." It is unfortunate that many emigrants left Albania to ensure a better life, because they did not find it in their native country. The good life was not found either in the places where they went. They [immigrants] searched for justice, better lives, and demanded honest work in their birth-country, but did not find them. They could not find any of them in the places where they went, too. “Don’t you tell me what I have seen!/ Don’t you tell me what I can hear!/ Don’t you ask me: “What do you dream?”/ Don’t you ask me: “Why don’t you cheer!” - writes the author.

The author could not have imagined that in Canada as in Albania after 1990 years, you can find doctors of sciences working as taxi drivers, designers selling meat, painters as dish washers, philosophers catching fish.

In the poem “Chamber XIV” the author protests against them who want to destroy the truth; them who want to immerse the truth deep in the basin without end - from where no one can take it out. But a popular saying says: "The truth sinks, but is not drained; the truth delays, but never forgets." No one will enjoy what they do not deserve, what they robbed from others. Evil doings against others stays alive even after several generations and one day will turn against them who did them, but the worse part is when they will inherit to their children, grandchildren and nieces. No wealth can grow on the tears of mothers of victims of the Gerdeci incident; no rise on political and administrative career - over the tears of victims of January 21 - because souls will never rest in peace in this world and the hereafter.

The author, also, protests against the Conservative Government of Canada for its discriminatory position against immigrants. Immigrants are those who bear heavy manufacturing jobs in this country and to respect their rights is an honour and a duty for any government.

Protection of human rights, anywhere in the world, is an essential topic on the nowadays, for the mere fact of the resurrection of new dictatorships and dictators of type as Milosevic, Hussein, Gedaf, Mubarak, etc. And finally the ghastly and infamous of these dictators, who stayed for decades on power in the name of democracy and free elections, did not make to reflect the politicians and bankers of the world today, who have plunged their countries into unprecedented economic and financial crises unseen since the early 30-th of XX-th century.

It is time for reflection. It is time for justice. This is the appeal in the book of the Albanian-Canadian poet Elliott Moglica.

Written by: Sakip Cami
Poet and publicist

Saturday, 19 November 2011

Book -- Justice or Jungle: Selected Poetry in XLIV Chambers, by Elliott Moglica



Press Release/ Dec. 10, 2011: On Dec. 14, 2011 will be released to public for sale, Elliott Moglica's volcanic masterpiece Justice of Jungle: Selected Poetry in XLIV Chambers.

Price: $Can 18.00; $US 19.00; € 10 (Excluding shipping).

For sale in Canada and all over the world (with credit-card) via this link: www.amazon.ca 

Thank you for supporting a tortured Canadian author.// Merci!// Faleminderit!

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DESCRIPTION AS LISTED ON AMAZON.CA

FROM A TORTURED CANADIAN AUTHOR, THIS IS THE EXCLUSIVE OF "JUSTICE OR JUNGLE: SELECTED POETRY IN XLIV CHAMBERS".

This is ELLIOTT MOGLICA’s VOLCANIC MASTERPIECE: Powerful, progressive poems, of a proud and powerless volcanic Canadian poet, petitioning mingle-mangle-minds of people in power and authority - who have deliberately tortured the author.

This book, Justice or Jungle: Selected Poetry in XLIV Chambers, is a direct mirror of today’s reality. This literary and artistic work is a plea for justice. It is written during the torture-times of the author - while standing up to protect his rights and full-fill a proud Canadian citizen’s responsibilities.

What makes this book interesting is a deep expression of author’s feelings and a direct approach style of writing - without any fear.

Accompanied by twenty-eight copies of original illustrations of the author - makes it stand out - and incorporates visual readers as well. These drawings are historical exhibits of tortures applied against author (in 2007 - 2011 years) by representatives of the Conservative Government of Canada.

Therefore, this volume is an inspiring tool to all of them who believe that justice and judges ought to be just - not “to juggle” with others’ lives as they have done with author’s life. It’s filled with lessons about truth, search for equality and justice, a key to stop suicide, strong character to change the world, and a strong Canadian believer in values of "integrity" , "respect" and "professionalism”.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR

ELLIOTT MOGLICA, B.Sc., CTESL, Poet, Novelist, Academic, ESL Instructor, Critic, Freelance Journalist, Former Editor-in-Chief of a Mil. Newspaper, Former Mil. Officer/ Journalist/ Interpreter/ Translator. He is the author of Justice of Jungle: Selected Poetry in XLIV Chambers; ”Brenga e Mërgimit” (poetry); “Fundi Tragjik i Një Dashurie” (novel); “Gjithë Bota në Kosovë" (poetry); etc. He lives in Toronto, Canada.

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Monday, 7 February 2011

Book -- "The Cross of Emigration" by Elliott Moglica// Libri -- Brenga e Mërgimit, nga Elliott Moglica


On February 08, 2011, Geer Publishing House published Elliott Moglica's poetical volume "Brenga e Mërgimit"// "The Cross of Emigration" - in Tirana, Albania.

Whereas, this book was written in 2002-2007 years; it is in Albanian language; and has appeared in a clasical hardcover.  It's showing a wide interest in Albania and diaspore.

This book has been publicitized by numerous electronic and written medium, such are: TV ALSAT, TV PLANET, Radio Tirana, Gazeta Telegraf, Gazeta "Rruga e Arbërit" and much more. Already, the book has been commented by numerous profesional journalists in Albania, such are Sakip Cami, Albert Zholi, etecetra, who have received copies of the books first.

Later, a book review has been written by publicist Sakip Cami and published by "Rruga e Arbërit" newspaper on February 2011, at page 9: http://www.rrugaearberit.com/arkiva/2011/Shkurt2011.pdf

The book is for sale on amazon.ca and can be purchased with credit-cart via this link: Brenga e mërgimit

Thank you!// Merci!// Faleminderit!

Thursday, 12 April 2007

LINC Literacy Mind Map Course Design


Who: Four Niagara College post-graduate students: Faith Marcel, Pamela Smalley, Elliott Moglica and Carolina Cruz.
When: March 2007.
What: Designed this mind map for a LINC Literacy Course.
Why: To complete a group project assigned by Prof. Charles Voth during the Curriculum Design course.

Legend of the map explanation:
~ Bridge = Represents the skills incorporated into this course.
~ Sections of the bridge = Represent each skill to be learned during this course.
~ Waves = Represent themes.
~ Fish = Represent topics.
~ East side ground = Represents the learners prior knowledge (pre-course).
~ West side ground = Represents the learners affective goals (end of the course).
~ Maple Leafs = Represent the course goals and new attitudes.
~ Sun = Represents the learners’ future dreams.

Note: Please double-click on the photo to enlarge it.

Photo copyright@ Faith Marcel, Pamela Smalley, Elliott Moglica and Carolina Cruz.

Thank You!

Wednesday, 28 February 2007

Writing Process

Writing is a untidy process. But good teachers can help students write more effectively by showing them the skeleton. Then, the students will examine their own creative processes. The teacher should show the students the different stages in the production of a piece of writing. Here is a list of five elementary things of the writing process: pre-writing, drafting, revising, and publishing. Cheers...

Friday, 23 February 2007

Awarded Poem: "I Want . . ."

By Elliott-Hasan Moglica

Copyright ©2007 Elliott-Hasan Moglica

Would you like to read one of my poems. Here is the poem, "I Want..." awarded by the International Library of Poetry, USA - click here and rate it: http://www.poetry.com/voteforme/poemvote1.asp?PID=5206809


What made me write this poem?

I feel that poetry is like honey, and poets are like bees. Pen, peace, and protection are my life's philosophy. Poetry is the electronic guitar ofmy heart. My poem, "I Want . . ." is a volcanic eruption with hot tears of my heart. It was created after I watched the news of terrorist attacks on 9/11, when people were falling from the Towers. Every time I remember what happened in the USA and what is happening around the world, my heart beats harder and harder. Watching news of wars, weapons, and aggressions is a terrible dream that plants only tears, fears, and deaths. I hope this poem will go around the world to spread the message of peace. Pen is my strongest arm, peace is my greatest passion, but global protection is my everyday duty as a citizen of the Earth.

Thank You!

Author

Saturday, 20 January 2007