“Thank You!” Between the video and acknowledgments section of The Blues Cry For A Revolution there’s always more room to give props. Why? There are countless family, frat, and friends who poured into me. Whether it was opening y’all homes for me during my return to the states or freeing up an ear or two to listen to me talk. No, shout. Wait, yell, clap and laugh-too-loud.
You may purchase a copy of #TheBluesCryForARevolutionk here(or Indie book stores and B&N–per request and all major online retailers). If you pre-ordered a paperback it will arrive the week of January 21st and for a digital download Tuesday.
P.S. Please be aware that due to a technical error on Amazon.com The Blues Cry For A Revolution is mistakenly showing up as $21.90. Just click the paperback to find Amazon listed as the seller for $14.99. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Rashaun J. Allen is a writer, entrepreneur, poet, professor, and a Fulbright recipient. A past Vermont Studio Center and Arts Letters & Numbers resident whose three poetry collections: A Walk Through Brooklyn, In The Moment and The Blues Cry For A Revolution became Amazon Kindle Best Sellers. He has been a 2019 Tupelo Press 30/30 Project Poet, nominated for Sundress Publication’s 2018 Best of the Net Anthology in Creative Non-Fiction and was a 2017 Steinberg Essay Contest Finalist in Fourth Genre.