80s music influence a generation. But music videos kick it in to gear Continue reading The 80s
Wendy Williams extraordinary story goes beyond being a open mic host at Sacramento Poetry Center. She is a speaker, published writer/ poet, English teacher, Coach, and visual artist. She considers herself an artistic Healer. Her website, Restory your life, present her work and her experience with Post traumatic stress disorder. I interview Wendy with 10 unique questions for July’s issue: When did you start writing poetry and why … Continue reading Iambic’s Meet the Host: Wendy Williams
Lawrence “NSAA” Dinkins is a Renaissance man: Veteran Poet, Poetry Show Host, Blogger, Recording artist, photographer, graphic designer, podcaster, entrepreneur and book author. A Detroit native, his portfolio life has made him an active artist in the Sacramento art and poetry scene. He appears in June’s Issue of Iambic. His latest event is Poet vs. Band on June 11, 2017 At Gold Lion Arts (2733 … Continue reading Iambic’s Meet the Host: NSAA: Part 1
Happy National Bike Month to all bicyclists and commuters out there. This is a 3-part story about a bicycle. Unlike Pee Wee, I did not have to go cross country, a hospital, a biker bar, or Hollywood to recover my bike. But, I did need to get a new bike. So, let start the Research:
I was surprised to find out that masturbation month was celebrated in May. An odd rabbit hole to fall into. In the past, it occurred to me how ashamed I felt about the act. I never wanted to catch my kids or vise-versa doing it. It was a struggle to understand that masturbation is normal. We all should educate ourselves(with our partners) about masturbation to destroy the taboo in society. The more we understand it, the better we will feel about it. But, what about mental masturbation?
Cristian wrote a compelling blog post on the lone writer. It is what 98% of all writers do. Any writing profession has a person writing alone. I struggle with this because it is an antisocial state of mind. I enjoy the emotional release I get when I write but, you are left with a choice: do I let someone read this and give me feedback or do … Continue reading Lone Writer Online
Happy Star Wars Day, everybody! May the fourth be with you. You think with that gesture it would signal someone not to present a Vulcan salute. But, this is Star wars day: there will be a lot of Carrie Fisher tributes, Star Wars attire are worn in interesting places (I definitely have my eye on a Darth Vader Tie), plus Stars themed memes, joke, art, and videos. This is the day when my daughter … Continue reading STAR WARS DAY
Someone ask me why I celebrate national poetry month. I gave them the most copied answer: To celebrate poetry and poets. I have been hyperactived at writing poetry from prompts, read about the veteran poets and different poetry forms, and learned more about publishing and speaking. I even participated in more contests and Poetry slams. I started to feel that this was the time to … Continue reading Celebrate National Poetry Month? Why?
My computer can lose everything except: My Picture folder Nestled on my desktop screen, My Pictures folder is my little large gallery. A gallery of a scattered past: My father’s last photo My first child’s confused look at a camera My second child’s confused look at me My brothers’ nights out My self-portraits My self-portraits You don’t realize how much change until gleams at your former self. … Continue reading Day 25: My Picture Folder
Tako Korean Barbeque Sacramento food spot Kimchi quesadillas & bulgogi burritos Ridiculous Tako is a Sacramento Korean BBQ Food Spot. It has a Korean – Mexican infusion with burritos, burrito bowls, quesadillas, or Echiladas. You should try the Kimchi eyerolls. Delicious. Continue reading Day 23: Tako (elevenie)