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 the 90s, I experience a moment in music. Hip-hop was starting to propel itself beyond the ghettos into the suburbs and rural areas. House music started the push of dance music that evolved even further than what is even played on the radio. Even pop music started to become a formula that could be used in any genre of music and create song that would saturate the radio and billboard charts. But, what about happen to rock music?
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.
Happy National bike Month to Everyone and welcome back to the second installment of our 3 part story of getting my first specialized bicycle:
Direct your attention I‘m about to flow Ready for eargasms? Then here we go. Eccentric lyrics and rhythms are the key. Captivating you mind fame as you can see Titillating your temporal lobe with a verbal lobotomy Yes, kind sir. Open for suggestions? Unity is needed. why, they are opposing? Resistance is approaching. Let’s be blunt. Every blind persons has a want You’re not giving it to them … Continue reading Attention (Acrostic poem)
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?