I have Just come back from Ireland (sort of a "business trip"), a very very stunning country. Go to this link (my work place) for my full travelogue (14 -21 Mar 2015):
It may not be directly related to BLJ but it's about my work and my source of inspiration! So, I would be equally glad seeing you guys leaving comments there. Thanks for browsing!
Here's a good picture of the Cliffs of Moher I took for you!
Since the release of the inaugural issue of BLJ, we are grateful to have received positive feedback from contributors and readers alike. Here, I'd love to share with you some of their comments:
The inaugural issue of BLJ is spectacular, for the poetry, stories and art
work. Wonderful work…
-H Hauck (Poet)
Thank you for your hard work on this issue. It looks great!
-L Beilman (Writer)
I visited the site and read the journal with interest…It's an excellent addition to the (education) field and nice to see a range of contributors.
-G Harfitt, PhD (Educator)
I think your journal is absolutely gorgeous! The art is beautiful, the works are strong, and the layout is appealing. I am most impressed.
-J White (Musician, Poet)
The Journal looks most interesting and is very well presented: congratulations!
-G Bickley, PhD (Poet, Publisher)
You've created an incredibly beautiful magazine! Congratulations!
-N Hanson (Poet)
I honestly wouldn't have believed this is an inaugural issue if I didn't know that ahead of time! Simply gorgeous and sleek and professional!
-G M Bernard (Poet)
Wonderful, feel just right…A deep and grateful salute and thanks for your foresight and wisdom on behalf of all English lovers, teachers and students in Hong Kong for extending our horizons beyond Hong Kong!
-S Tham (Educator)
It is positively gorgeous!! If you do decide to sell a print version, could you please let me know and I’d be happy to buy a couple of copies ;)
-F Carr (Poet)
Hi all! Here you'll be updated with anything related to BLJ or me or whatever I found appropriate. Have a great day ;)
ISSN 2520-0372 (Online)
ISSN 2520-3169 (Print)