R O B E R T O K A J I lives and works in Indiana. A half-Japanese, self-avowed military-brat, he holds a BA in history, and once owned a bookstore.
The author of the chapbooks The Sadness of Old Fences (Clare Songbird Publishing, forthcoming), I Have a Bird to Whistle (Luminous Press, 2019), From Every Moment a Second (Finishing Line Press, 2017) and If Your Matter Could Reform (Dink Press, 2015), three micro-chapbooks with the Origami Poems Project, “The Circumference of Other,” a chapbook-length work included in Ides: A Collection of Poetry Chapbooks (Silver
Birch Press, 2015), “The Language of Bread and Coffee,” included in the 2019 Oxidant | Engine BoxSet Series, and Interval’s Night, a mini-digital chapbook (Platypus Press, 2016), his work has also appeared or is forthcoming in such publications as Taos Journal of International Poetry & Art, North Dakota Quarterly, The Zen Space, Vox Populi, Indianapolis Review, Panoply, Ristau: A Journal of Being, The High Window, and elsewhere.
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