“Thought-provoking and, at times, haunting, The Blues Cry for a Revolution shines a powerful lens on institutionalized racism as it exists today. Written from within the persecuted culture, these poems are brimful with intense pain, the sadness of loss, and frustration at the entropic acceptance that allows the continuation of racism during a time we should all be more enlightened. They are eye-opening snapshots of abuse and neglect, a cry for change, and an illumination of the ignorance that still infiltrates society, breeding assumptions of superiority, and accepted prejudice against those who are ‘other’ or ‘different’ based on the inconsequential trait of skin color.” — Manhattan Book Review
“Powerful, rigorous, and revealing, this outstanding collection conveys the emotional intensity of individual experiences with utmost precision while drawing a sharp, insightful critique of racism in the twenty-first century America.” – The Prairies Book Review
“An energetic and varied collection of poetry that speaks to institutional racism in America.” – Kirkus Reviews
A Walk Through Brooklyn is a journey told through a collection of poetry. Each step taken is a poem about the black experience. About the experience inside families and around neighborhoods. Filled with words that move through turmoil. Words that give inspiration. And words that attract love. Readers will be moved by issues that touch their lives.
In The Moment is a collection of twenty-four poems about resolve. About the experience of courage, heartache and love. The poems are inspired by vital moments people have in their lives. Moments that are uncomfortable. Moments that need to be untangled. Readers will go through a journey that bring these moments from the pages to the spotlight.