Monday, 24 December 2018

Protonic Poetry (Volume 2)

Canada: This 25th of December 2018, please permit me to release to the world my 17th book, Protonic Poetry (Volume 2).

Protonic Poetry (Vol. 2) by Elliott Moglica, Dec. 2018.
BOOK DESCRIPTION

The dual aim of Protonic Poetry (Volume 2) from the beginning has been to provide readers with fresh verse that invites experimentation—and to keep the work by design in the mainstream of contemporary literary, cultural and intellectual knowledge.

This collection develops through one hundred one protonic poems (PP). They start with “What is a Poet’s Meaning of ---?” (followed by the Poet’s topic, May Hopes Find Actions, To Lift Together, Next Stop, Damn, etc.) and are intended for a philosophical meaning of poetry and responsibility— attempting to capture moments in real time. These lines of verse were composed in Canada from autumn 2015 to autumn 2018. They are united as a fishing pole—as shown on the book cover—facing bubbles of those who try to make us fools.

In the introduction of The Mint of My Lips, the first volume of protonic poetry, Moglica has defined ‘protonic poetry’ as: 'The power of poetry to cease human’s poisonous powers with positive powers; fake justice with true justice; madness with smartness; wars with peace; hate with love; selfishness with society.'

Directly or indirectly, these poems remind readers not only of the good things of everyday life, but also the bravery of fighting woeful ignorance growing around us. Reading these poems is not just sitting in a poet’s sloop and catching fish, but it is the wave-productions to change your life and the world for better. It is impossible to imagine an admirable meaning of life if you don’t use the anchor of your pen to burst all bubbles created by poisonous people and events surrounding you.

DEDICATION

This book is dedicated to
Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II,
the most dignified and powerful servant of all time.

I think The Queen
has been my most admired woman,
who has inspired me, throughout decades,
with her commitment, confidence and compassion
whilst serving the public and global peace
beyond comparison.
Editor: Mark F Jones
Publisher(s): Botimet M&B and The Moglica's
You can purchase your copy via this URL: Amazon.ca


BOOK REVIEW

‘Having carefully analysed poet Elliott Moglica's 17th book, Protonic Poetry (Volume 2), we conclude that his fresh and marvellous poems will remain a philosophical contribution to global literature—to create a protonic world with more peace, equality and happiness. Writer Moglica gets credit for the innovation of two new literary styles—graft-of tree short stories and protonic poetry.’ —Koha Jonë/‘Our Time’ (a daily independent newspaper in Europe)


#ProtonicPoetryVolume2 #ProtonicPoetry #CanLit


Friday, 11 August 2017

Bilingual Book—Graft-of-Tree Short Stories (Vol. 1) // Nouvelles d'Elliott Moglica: Greffe d’un arbre (Vol. 1) (English-Français)


Canada: I love the balance of English and French in the same work.

Look at the cheeks of my newborn 'bilingual baby'! Graft-Of-Tree Short Stories // Nouvelles d'Elliott Moglica: Greffe d'un arbre. (Bilingual Edition // Édition bilingue)

  • EDITOR (in English) // ÉDITEUR (en anglais): Mark F Jones 
  • TRANSLATOR (to French) // TRADUCTEUR (vers le français): Normand Savoie
The first copies of this bilingual work will be sold via Amazon.ca starting September 2, 2017. 

Forward together!

Graft-Of-Tree Short Stories // Nouvelles d'Elliott Moglica: Greffe d'unarbre (Bilingual Edition // Édition bilingue)
by Elliott Moglica, Sept. 2017.
EDITOR (in English) // ÉDITEUR (en anglais): Mark F Jones

Graft-Of-Tree Short Stories // Nouvelles d'Elliott Moglica: Greffe d'unarbre (Bilingual Edition // Édition bilingue)
by Elliott Moglica, Sept. 2017.
TRANSLATOR (to French) // TRADUCTEUR (vers le français): Normand Savoie



Graft-Of-Tree Short Stories // Nouvelles d'Elliott Moglica: Greffe d'unarbre (Bilingual Edition // Édition bilingue)
by Elliott Moglica, Sept. 2017.
EDITOR (in English) // ÉDITEUR (en anglais): Mark F Jones
TRANSLATOR (to French) // TRADUCTEUR (vers le français): Normand Savoie

DEDICATION

For William Shakespeare and Victor Hugo.
Of all the people who have inspired me,
I have to say that Shakespeare and Hugo
grace the top of the list.
Like Shakespeare—when I write,
I welcome the influence of other styles
and adapt them to my own.
&
Like Hugo—when I climb higher,
I refuse orations of any religion,
then I beg a prayer for all humanity.
I believe in one God.

DÉDICACE

Pour William Shakespeare et Victor Hugo.
De tous ceux qui m’ont inspiré,
je dois admettre que Shakespeare et Hugo
sont au sommet de la liste.
Comme Shakespeare—quand j’écris,
j’accepte l’influence d’autres styles
et je les adapte aux miens.
et
comme Hugo—quand je tente de me surpasser,
je refuse le discours de toute religion,
et ensuite je prie pour toute l’humanité.

Friday, 17 March 2017

Book Announcement—The Red Becoming Black (Spiritual Quest) by Elliott Moglica

Canada: I'm delighted my 'new baby'—15th book: The Red Becoming Black (spiritual quest) will see the light on April 2nd, 2017 via Amazon.ca. (Editor: Charles Voth).

The Red Becoming Black (spiritual quest) by Elliott Moglica, Apr. 2017.
(Editor: Charles Voth).
#CanLit

Friday, 16 December 2016

The Year in Review—Thank You All

2016 was filled with times of darkness and joy between the endless poetic light. 2016 has taken up to heaven my brother. 2016 has given birth to two books (protonic poetry & short stories).

Thank you all who have helped me and them who have forgotten me. I love you all.


I take this moment to wish you all: Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and Happy New Year 2017!

Elliott Moglica, at the University of Cambridge,
in England.


Saturday, 26 November 2016

Ready To Take Off—The Honeypot of a Poet (Short Stories) by Elliott Moglica

Canada: I'm delighted my work The Honeypot of a Poet (short stories) will see the light on November 29, 2016 via Amazon.ca. (Editor: Mark F Jones).

The Honeypot of a Poet (short stories) by Elliott Moglica, Nov. 2016.
(Editor: Mark F Jones).
This work of fiction in light of today’s reality includes twenty-six short stories, evenly balanced, with thirteen short stories and thirteen flash short stories. A protonic poem opens this work in the Prologue. The body of this collection contains stories ranging through allegory, slice-of-life, six-word, variations in length and point of view, embedded stories and poems, and—for the first time—graft-of-tree. Each story—like a painting that can be appreciated differently—communicates a direct or indirect message to the world. A protonic poem closes the book in Epilogue.

The author includes four poems with the idea of enriching writing by mixing genres. The stories were composed between 2006 and 2016 in Canada and the United Kingdom. Their settings take place on Earth between 1976 and 2016, but one of them involves travel to some unknown time and planet. Within this work the reader will find two graft-of-tree short stories—a new form of storytelling invented by the author. 

Also, within this book the reader will find one short story and a sonnet on Michel Charles-Émile Trudeau, who died in an avalanche on November 13, 1998. He was the youngest son of the 15th Canadian Prime Minister of Canada, The Rt Hon. Pierre Elliott Trudeau and the younger brother of the 23rd Prime Minister of Canada, The Rt Hon. Justin Trudeau.

The motivation behind this work is my deep desire to make the world a better place.

Dedication: For my Great-Grandfather, Grandfather, Uncle, Brother and Niece—five Tremendous Teachers, from five generations of teachers in my blood, to whom I dedicate this book, for inspiring me as you have proudly passed down the teaching torch for 140 years, from one generation of The Moglica Family to the next, since 1876.

Friday, 16 September 2016

Sonnet 27—From The Protonic Guardian: Justin Trudeau by Elliott Moglica

Canada: Every day is a superb day to share with the world an elegant sonnet. Here is one from, The Protonic Guardian: Justin Trudeau.

Archive photo: The Rt Hon. Justin Trudeau and Elliott Moglica in Toronto.
 (Photo credit: Adam Scotti)

Sonnet 27

BETWEEN beavers’ tracks, all around fresh leaves
And the spring blooms all over our shoulders;
Sides of the field are surrounded by thieves,
Beavers’ army gets bolder! Dark is over!
Mounties felt where the beaver-hearts belong,
The sky counts all Makers; Guardian is near,
And the songs show where beaver-powers belong,
The Proton’s sound pleases birds’ ear!
As we turned to the sun hiding behind
The clouds’ wedding-dress. The prevailing wind
From two doves - launching love to bear in mind.
While beavers under roses, for hours, wined
As hidden snakes hissing, beavers keep kissing,
Eagles from above; Plant the Polar love!

Saturday, 3 September 2016

A Special Book Launch of—The Mint of My Lips by Elliott Moglica

A special book launch of The Mint of My Lips was held in Toronto this September 2nd among brilliant friends.

The 'book shower' culminated with all attendees reading poems from The Mint of My Lips to go for a walk along ‘poetic pathways' the poet went for about two years. Such a lovely moment!

#TheMintOfMyLips #ProtonicPoetry #CanLit
From the book lauch of The Mint of My Lips (Protonic Poetry), in Toronto.
From the book lauch of The Mint of My Lips (Protonic Poetry), in Toronto.
With Gloria, Mark and Shae.
From the book lauch of The Mint of My Lips (Protonic Poetry).
(Photo credit: Gloria N.)
From the book lauch of The Mint of My Lips (Protonic Poetry), in Toronto.
(With Shae)
From the book lauch of The Mint of My Lips (Protonic Poetry), in Toronto.
(With Gloria)
From the book lauch of The Mint of My Lips (Protonic Poetry), in Toronto.
(With Mark)
Book signing during the book lauch of The Mint of My Lips (Protonic Poetry), in Toronto.
(Photo credit: Gloria N.)
From the book lauch of The Mint of My Lips (Protonic Poetry), in Toronto.
(With Gloria, Mark and Shae)
From the book lauch of The Mint of My Lips (Protonic Poetry), in Toronto.
(The book table)


Friday, 1 July 2016

Released—The First Copies of The Mint of My Lips by Elliott Moglica

Happy Canada Day! I'm delighted the first copies of my new book, The Mint of My Lips (protonic poetry) were just released to the public, today, via Amazon.ca. Please note that all the books will be available on September 2, 2016.

Additionally, I'm thrilled to announce that a special book launch will take place on September 2, 2016, in Toronto, Ontario. Every participant will receive a free signed copy of my book, The Mint of My Lips.

Have fun and pack your bags with books!

The Mint of My Lips (Protonic Poetry) by Elliott Moglica #CanLit