Jeremy Ray Jewell
Jeremy Ray Jewell is a poet, critic, and storyteller. He hails from Jacksonville, Florida. He is a frequent contributor to Boston's independent arts and culture magazine, The Arts Fuse. He writes the folklore blog Ilombo Ekjuro.
He focuses on history, folklore, culture, politics, philosophy, and religion. His critical works have been translated into different languages and have been published in Colombia, South Korea, Lithuania, and elsewhere. His creative writing has been featured in a range of publications, from North Carolina's Scalawag magazine and Heron Clan VI, to Footnote from Alternating Current Press.
He holds an MA in History of Ideas from Birkbeck College, University of London, and a BA in Philosophy from the University of Massachusetts Boston.
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Illustration (top): courtesy of Yulia San Miguel Art & Design.
"But I woke from
my idol was clay"