Antony Johae
Antony Johae (b. London, 1937) gained his Ph.D. from the University of Essex in 1979: a comparative study of the novels of Fyodor Dostoyevsky and Franz Kafka. He then went on to teach literature in Ghana, Tunisia, and Kuwait. While in Kuwait he ran a weekly writers’ workshop for sixteen years, during which time the collection of poetry and prose, which later became After-Images, was written. On retirement to Lebanon (his wife’s country of origin) in 2009, he began sending out his work to print and online publications which resulted in six long poems of the present collection appearing in issues of Poetry Salzburg Review. He has also published Poems of the East (2015), based on his experience of living in the Arab world, and on visits further east – both literal and imagined.

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Antony Johae. After-Images, July 2019. 89 pp. ISBN-13 978-3-901993-73-2
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