Happy New Year and welcome to the first hump day of 2019. Wow! same planet, different time. So, I am starting a journey as a independent freelancer and business owner. I have a least 2 events each week in January. I have several talents: Poetry, DJ/music, and Podcasts. Each share a different category in my business and I am, definitely, going to be tested with … Continue reading 1st hump day
It’s funny. I face a new direction in my life. I am working towards the career that I have tried to abandon several times. But now, I must face it. I like to work with music. So, I am pushing to build a company, purchase equipment, and market myself to the masses. I am concerned but I have lived long enough to notice that working … Continue reading A New Direction
I Enter Words of Dark Suicide Thoughts In to a cellphone So when it’s discovered People will read about me And the demon that inside of me Help, my mental is detached I touch a screen of ghost Poltergeist, they’re here Numbers are pressed It’s ringing Hello? No Continue reading Dark towers
I created and published a local literary zine / guide book in Sacramento that has been in circulation for six months. It is called Iambic. Click here to head over to the Iambic Tab. I never thought I would be a magazine publisher but here is why I did it. This article below was added to Iambic issue 6: Downtown Sacramento offers dozen of venues for art events. Second … Continue reading Iambic: 6 months as a publisher
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
In May issue (Volume 1, Issue 2), Iambic’s CharRon has a discussion with Grace Loescher, One of Host of Sacramento Speak Out, an Open Mic Show at Shine Cafe in Sacramento.
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?
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)
As the basketball leaves my hands, thoughts occur: Will it go in, Will my 3 months of practice be worth it, Will my aim be true, Will the push be enough, Or is this all a waste of time to think about? Since, the anticipation has got: Fans rising out of their seats, Cheerleaders gripping their pompoms, Coach slowly crouching, Bench warmers leaning in their … Continue reading Day 20: The Shot