Dedicated to the cooking men in my life
On the 80th anniversary of the attacks, I would like to remember my late Aunt Betty and her accounts of events that unfolded
A theoretical physicist inquires into the nature of the waking dreams that have been afflicting him.
I was honored to be invited to speak at the National Arts Club award ceremony in New York City where my main man Christian McBride was awarded the Medal…
This is part of a series of poems, Incidental Poems, written on subjects requested by friends. This poem was requested by Craig Davis Pinson.
Three minute thesis from an advocate for African American stroke patients.
Our guest is poet, writer, and literary activist, E. Ethelbert Miller.
Our guest is jazz pianist Matthew Shipp.
Photo by Laura Vinck on Unsplash The haiku is a form that is characterized by image, sound, rhythm, and most importantly brevity. Though haikus are…
Our guest is GRAMMY nominated jazz violinist/educator Regina Carter
Our guest is jazz advocate and NEA Jazz Master Dorthaan Kirk.
An animator struggles to overcome the reality of his creative block.