I had a great time working on this video ode for Cherry Castle Publishing’s anthology, Where We Stand: Poems of Black Resilience. Watch the trailer, then order your copy.
I’m excited to share another video that Cherry Castle Publishing commissioned from me to promote their anthology, WHERE WE STAND: Poems of Black Resilience. The Publisher is calling this one “The Love Chapter.” Check it out, then buy the book at cherrycastlepublishing.com.
I’m honored that Cherry Castle Publishing commissioned this video from me to help promote their newly-released anthology. Check it out, then buy the collection at cherrycastlepublishing.com.
I meant to elevate this sooner but didn’t want this to get lost in my other posts. I want to thank Gregory Luce for sharing his insights on CROOKED SMILING LIGHT. If you missed this before (Greg tagged me in his initial post), then here it is again. Please check it out.
It’s here! The video showcase for Crooked Smiling Light. The video is longer than I expected. So take breaks if you need to. Then, after watching the video, support Plan B Press by purchasing your copy of Crooked Smiling Light https://bit.ly/3iIPzjU
My publisher posted this announcement today on social media. I’m picking up my copies from them tomorrow. If you’re a buyer for a bookstore, my chapbook has an ISBN# (9780977824380). Stay tuned for the video showcase coming soon!
Plan B Press just released Crooked Smiling Light by Alan King. This collection already garnered praise from Maryland Poet Laureate Grace Cavalieri andKingsley Tufts Poetry Award-winner John Murillo. Order your copy today. “To read Alan King’s Crooked Smiling Light is to get an honest take on what it means to be a grown ass Black man in a world with little […]
This video is inspired by my poem, “The Island of Smiles,” which appears in my forthcoming chapbook.
The Sealey Challenge was started by Nicole Sealey. She tasked her friends and fellow poets to read 31 poetry books a day in August. Here’s a shortlist of what I’m enjoying so far.
This video was inspired by my poem of the same name, which I shared in a previous post.