A light breeze floated across Zimbabwe, picked up speed in Botswana darted north over Egypt, sailed west to Morocco, and then blew across the Atlantic. A zephyr carried voices of Africa to our ears and into our hearts. Two African poets share their verses; an American screenwriter conveys his behind the scenes treatment, Hollywood-style, of Ali and Foreman’s “Rumble in the Jungle;” and a woman studying elephants, like Goodall studied chimpanzees, cram this issue with unique views as diverse as the continent itself. Wonder along with us as Brian Wilkes ponders tribal customs of the Cherokee Nation that match those of Berbers (Imazighen) living in the Atlas Mountains. Be sure to read Moroccan born, Said Leghlid’s talk with Professor Noam Chomsky who looks beyond the obvious to help us understand the causes and possible aftermath of the Arab Spring. The Hummingbird Review presents fine writing by both new writers and fully established literary figures. The review is committed to portraying the beauty and challenges of life—the full human experience—through literature and art, and promotes cross-cultural writing in all forms.Über den Autor:
Charles Redner Charlie is the executive editor and publisher of The Hummingbird Review, a new literary anthology. He is the past publisher of Delaware Valley Business and Broker Agent magazines. He is the author of Down But Never Out (Open Books Press, 2010), the true story of boxing champion, Joey Giardello who helped Eunice Kennedy Shriver launch the Special Olympics. Charlie recently discovered a love for poetry and self-published Long-A-Coming and is currently working on a second book of poetry. He is a graduate of Rutgers University and attended the Bessie V. Hicks School of Dramatic Arts broadcast division. Among his many career achievements, Charlie produced and appeared on Modern Living, a live daytime television show in a top- five market and produced the Philadelphia Phillies baseball pre-game TV show. He has written and produced hundreds of advertisements for many diverse clients.
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