The Readings by authors from the Little Patuxent Review event on Saturday at The Writer’s Center was fun! I had a great time reading, listening to the other readers, and recording the event for The Little Patuxent Review! You can check out the YouTube playlist of the recording below.
That happened last weekend. My wife and I took our daughter and niece to the amusement park. I might tell that story another time. I posted photos from that day on my social media platforms. Now, here’s the video from that trip.
Something cool happened a few weeks ago. I shot and edited this video for my client, Sasha Ariel Alston aka “The Stem Queen.” It was for a back-to-school campaign for a national brand.
Yesterday, Melanie Hatter and Derrick Weston Brown launched their books with a reading at East City Bookshop. Melanie is the author of Malawi’s Sisters and Derrick is the author of On All Fronts, which is part of the Flood Gates Poetry Series Vol. 5 by Upper Rubber Boot Press. I’m glad I was able to […]
All of the poems and the outro are recorded. I have three poems left for which I need to do sound design. You can listen to the sample rough tracks on the playlist below.
What a lineup last night at the American Poetry Museum! Reuben Jackson, Quique Aviles, Yao Glover, Brandon D. Johnson, Naomi Ayala, and Samuel Miranda. Everyone did the damn thing! Congrats, again, Sami! Shouts to Jose R. Ballesteros, who published WE IS! If you missed the event or aren’t familiar with Sami’s work, no worries. Yo boy, WAWK Radio, was in the house. Check […]
It’s coming. The audiobook version of my first collection of poems, DRIFT, is a project I’m producing in partnership with Kind Lion Production (my bestfriend, the poet Derrick Weston Brown!). Thanks to Willow Books, an imprint of Aquarius Press, for permission to move forward with this. Derrick and I recorded 75 percent of the book. […]
I’m always interested in the stories behind objects. Poet-Author-Educator Derrick Weston Brown shares the story behind the Minolta film camera he inherited from his grandfather, “Hobbs.”
According to George Bernard Shaw, “A happy family is but an earlier heaven.” Shaw’s sentiments manifested themselves this past weekend, when Tosin’s cousins and their children vacationed in the DMV from Nigeria. They used the opportunity to visit Rebecca’s mom, Tosin’s aunt, who lives and works in Maryland. We were glad to link up. Our […]