I’m coming back from our family trip to California to help my wife’s “Granny” (foster mom) celebrate her 80th birthday. Our trip took us from San Francisco to Los Angeles to Santa Monica, then back to Los Angeles. I made this video of Jaz’s first time at Santa Monica Beach.
This year, POINT BLANK turned 2, which is geriatric in book years. (I wrote about that in this post.) Despite that, it was reviewed eight times and selected as a Book of the Month. Not bad for a book the industry would consider is over the hill. Check out my Year in Review to see […]
I’m so grateful to College of Southern Maryland for this opportunity. I just got the recording of my reading. Their Connections reading series previously hosted poets including Frank X. Walker and Tim Seibles. If you want to digest this reading in small chunks, watch the clips on YouTube.
On Oct. 18, 2016, Silver Birch Press took a chance with me and published my latest poetry collection, POINT BLANK. A lot happened since then. For starters, I got a review in the Washington City Paper. My book made a Winter Reading list and was promoted at 25 readings/book signings. I even got blessed by a […]
The Bowie Blade News highlighted my new book, Point Blank. (Click the image to enlarge.)
I’m honored to be on this list with so many great writers. Click the Facebook post below to read the full list. Point Blank is available on Amazon. You can also find it at your local bookstore.
Poet Lauren K. Alleyne invoked Lucille Clifton’s spirit by opening her set with the late poet’s poem, “won’t you celebrate with me.” When Lauren recited the final lines, “…come celebrate/with me that everyday/something has tried to kill me/and has failed,” a collective exhale came from the standing-room-only crowd. Read the full article.
If you ask author, mom and activist Kat Biggie about Facebook ads, she’ll say it’s a toss up between its possibilities and limitations. @BadRedheadMedia A1. Possibilities are endless! You CAN boost a post or create an ad to lead to your Amazon page. BUT… #bookmarketingchat — Alexa aka Kat Biggie (@katbiggie) November 24, 2016 @BadRedheadMedia […]
Last night, Jan Bowman and Derrick Weston Brown’s reading at the Columbia Art Center turned into a lesson on empathy. Read the story.
Last night, Le Hinton brought the house down with a wonderful reading at the Wohlfarth Galleries in D.C.’s Brookland neighborhood. Read about it.