Kenyatta JP García

Kenyatta JP Garcia currently resides in Albany, NY after spending their youth in Brooklyn and Queens.  They spent ten years as a cook after graduating from SUNY Albany with a  BA in English/Philosophy.  Since leaving the restaurant business, they have received a second BA in Linguistics and work the graveyard shift where they spend my nights putting boxes on shelves. They’re also the author of Slow Living (West Vine Press), Yawning On The SandsEnter the After-Garde, and This Sentimental Education.  And, an editor at Rigorous. And follow them on Twitter @KJPGarcia.

82 thoughts on “Kenyatta JP García

  1. Glad to discover your poetry – you certainly have a way with words! Thanks for visiting my blog. Look forward to reading more of your works.

  2. So incredibly grateful to meet another Soul passionate for pen and paper, or literally screen and keyboard. 🙂 I look forward to reading more of your work. May your days be painted in peace and serenity.

  3. I love the pocket change word volume, i don’t read much poetry outside of whats in my Norton 5th edition poetry anthology, but as is the world, so shall be reflected between lines: Quality over quantity.


    thank you, best wishes.

  4. Hi Kenyatta,

    I was awarded the Liebster Blog Award, and you were one of the five blogs I wished to pass the award along to! You can read more about it on my blog.

    I realize that you were nominated recently and your blog has just passed the 200 follower mark but what can i say man – I enjoy your blog and nominate you – call it poetic licence 🙂

    Many thanks,

    A.A. Trivedi

    • Thanks for the award but honestly, I don’t even have the time to do my post for 2 Versatile Blogger Awards that I’ve also recently received. But the sentiment is thoroughly appreciated.

  5. Very much enjoyed lurking ’round…photos & poems are most wonderful. Dig how you keep recreating yourself… your nightshift life is something I’ve toyed with trying just to see life in a different light (yes, literally, too). cheers ~

  6. Your writings are really in depth, it’s feels quite mesmerising to me and almost that I’m someplace else reading them. The way the poetry is displayed is lovely also.

    (Thank you for liking one of my posts)

  7. Really like your poetry. It is creative and evolutionary. Rarely do I see people take chances with styles like ee cummings. To me it’s as much about how the eye sees the word as it is about what the words, rhythms, and rhymes mean.

  8. Hi KJP,

    Thanks for visiting my blog, “Shifting Shades”.
    I am happy to have been led to your fascinating blog.
    Read some of your posts; you write excellent poems.
    Will be visiting here again.

    See you around. I now follow you.

  9. Hi KJP! I’m putting your blog address on my blog for my friends to find, hope you don’t mind. Thank you for your work. 🙂

  10. Hello there,

    You write wonderful poetry up here. Well done! Keep penning and keep inspiring. You’ll do wonders one day, I am sure! 🙂

    And please take a look at my blog; I write poetry too. Some poems that may be of interest to you: “Love is a Heart Throbbing Joyride”, “My Greetings to You”, “Your Heart is My Favorite Playground”. Thank you and have a lovely day my friend! 🙂

    Subhan Zein

  11. I have a specialist in lit and a bachelor in edu…I unpack and sell the stuff shelved in boxes…thanks for the visit and the follow, glad to have found your poetry, take care, Que

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  13. Hi KJP Garcia, Thank you for liking my poem ‘ Car Breakdown’. Nice to read about you. May I Wish you A Happy Christmas and New Year. Best Wishes, The Foureyed Poet.

  14. Thanks my dear poet for liking my latest post, as it helped me find your worth following poetry.
    Be welcome on my pages, I shall do the same on yours:-)


  15. I am nominating you for The One Lovely Blog Award/The very Inspiring Blogger Award.

    Here are the rules.
    (1) Thank the person who nominated you.
    (2) Add The one Lovely Blog Award/The very Inspiring Blogger Award to your post.
    (3) Share 7 things about yourself.
    (4) Pass the award on to 10 nominees.
    (5) Include this set of rules.
    (6) Inform your nominees by posting a comment on their blogs.

    Thank you for the many entertaining blog posts I have enjoyed.


  16. Thank you so much for stopping by my Blog this morning. I look forward to reading your poetry. I don’t post my poetry on my blog as I am normally sending it out places. The blog is a just ravings and rantings on life. What is left after the poems are made. Thanks again, Patty aka Twisted Sister

  17. Thanks for dropping by and reading my poetry 🙂
    I hope to see some great by your side. You sound awesome 🙂

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