Yareah Magazine: a very great week, by Martin Cid

Yareah Magazine: a very great week, by Martin Cid

Yareah Magazine: a very great week

I don’t know why but the magazine is going well and when I say ‘well’ I am being a little modest. This week we have been contacted by famous painters, famous art galleries and the visits were… well, no comments about that, but I would like to congratulate all of you because this is going very well. Isabel and me are working hard but all of this cannot be done without your support and strength.

Today we have published two poems by James Goertel, a Buffalo based writer. Great poems. Congratulations, James! And, of course, welcome.

Our ‘family’ is getting bigger too. Every afternoon we have people commenting –thanks again for everything, Jenean Gilstrap, you are the best-. This week has been great for many reasons. Ops, we have so many names, I hope don’t forget anyone. Oh, thanks for your art, Echi Aalberg. We had also a great week talking about poetry: Alan S Kleiman has published with us a very amusing poem. He told us he was awarded with… I keep on silence better. Let’s wait he tells us very soon.

This week, many galleries have sent us their exhibitions from all around the world and we have published dozens of articles about them, but I would like to give a special thanks to Minus Space for trusting on us. Thanks also to Amy and Sophie from Pelham communications. You are doing a great work in London.

This week, we had the honor of publishing a famous NYC painter, Michael Bell. Great interview, one of the best we have ever published. Thank you, Michael. You are a fantastic painter and a better person. I’m going to write something for him very soon. I hope he likes it.

I forgot. Hey, Laura Barnes. You are an example of life. If someday I give up drinking, I will try to climb Kilimanjaro. You are my heroine!

Oh, congratulations to Valery Petrovskiy and Alex Pruteanu for their fantastic short stories. Hey, Alex, I promise I will leave Kafka very soon.

Thanks to Kushal Poddar for his Indian poetry too and thanks to Pete Kirill for his very particular sense of humor.

This weekened we have more and more contents and, of course, we are excited to publish the great Jenean Gilstrap again. I know I said before but… you are the best!

Sorry if I forget someone but we are exhausted but well… To be exhausted of working, it is good, very good.

Well, dear friends, thanks for everything. It’s late here and… do you know what I do every night? Yes, it’s time for a drink after a very busy day. Take care. You are wonderful!

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