The Other Voices International Project is a cyber-anthology that erases the boundaries of nations, ethnicities, religions, cultures, and age to bring you some of the world's best poetry. No poetry or art is used in this project unless permission has been granted by the artist or his/her estate.
Participation in Other Voices is by invitation only.
Other Voices is listed in the journal section of the World Poetry Directory of UNESCO.
Belizean born Angela Gegg has been featured in over twenty Joint and Solo Art Shows and has exhibited in Belize, Texas, New York, Miami and Trinidad; and Every other year she has a massive solo Art Exhibit and Gala in Belize. She has collaborated on and been affiliated with Art Books, Art Calendars, Spoken Word DVD’s and CD’s; She is the author of "The Light, The Dark & Everything In Between" and She is a regular stage performer of the Spoken Word. Gegg’s work is a visual representation of the ideas, thoughts and imagery that have fascinated her for the entirety of her life. She states: “As an artist, I find it necessary to be inventive, self-expressive, searching, daring, even disturbing, and in doing so, I am hoping to enlighten others and open ways for a better understanding of my art.” She expects her works of Art to create a new feeling, vision, or experience that exists outside of the rules of realism; she considers herself to be an abstract, surrealist painter, but based entirely on objective subject matter. His quasi-abstract paintings explore the relationship between shape, color and life, it is his aim to create a subconsciously inspired composition that explores the natural wonders of the universe. The rest of her collections include, “Her Abstract Linear Layering Collection”, “Art on Art”, “Red and Black”, and the “Series in which she calls Tears”. As a writer and poet, she breaks boundaries and stirs up contraversary. In 2006, after reading and endorsing her first book, the Prime Minister said that her works are “a liberation for women’s movements in Belize”, the press and local literary critics have compared her “audacious poetic style” to that of Maya Angelou, claiming that “unable to put her book down, you will dive into a world full of intelligence, mystique and taboo.
The Artist continues to write and produce her Works of Art. In December of 2008, she will be having a Mixed Media Art Exhibit, Audio Visual Installation and launching her second book titled "Artist Confessions"