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Many have attempted to define 'love' with concurring and dissenting perspectives. But one thing remains true: We believe it.

For love and poetry explores different, personal recollections and stories as each piece not only sheds light on the experience of love, but also the loss, musings, and ideas that come with it.

This debut collection originated from a single poem written by the author over a decade ago and has since then developed with the contribution of other literary artists. Just like the title, this book claims to be nothing except staying true to itself, love and poetry.

ISBN 978-0-9574658-0-0 | Copyright © 2012 KJCA

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ARTIST & AUTHOR | Kristian Jeff Cortez Agustin

EDITOR | Dean Da Conceicao

PRINCIPAL CONTRIBUTORS |
Laksmi Pamuntjak (Indonesia)
Yen Ooi (London/Malaysia)
James Tremlett (New Zealand)

SECONDARY CONTRIBUTORS |
(in alphabetical order)
Jacee Abarrientos, Jeffrey Noel Agustin, Aimee Bettina Bautista, Jennica Castillo, Jose Paulo Luistro, Beverly Lumbera, Mary Martha Merilo, Ginx Petterson, Roldan Pineda, Katreena Ramos, Janine Del Rosario, Filamor Songco, & Martin Vidanes

BOOK INFORMATION |
XIV chapters, 160 pages, cream-coloured paper, 5 × 8 inches (13×20 cm), glossy cover

kristianjeff

About the Author

Kristian Jeff Cortez Agustin
kristianjeff London
MA in Visual Culture (University of Westminster, London). Writes poetry, songs, librettos. Creates art, illustrations, visuals, and designs. Worked in theatre, film, advertising, government, now publishing a poetry anthology. Recent collaborations include: his calligraphy work in "Fishes of Light" (2013) by lauded Filipina writer Prof. Marjorie Evasco and award-winning Cuban poet and dramatist Alex Fleites; his libretto for "Ageless Passion" (2012), a musicale (staged in the Philippines) with original music by Maestro Ryan Cayabyab; and his calligraphy, logo design and concept art for "Earth.Ø" (2011), a cross-platform and transmedia storytelling launched in London by Malaysian writers Yen Ooi and Ari Abraham.

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