James Navé here welcoming poet and spoken-word artist mOody bLaCK to the Twice 5 miles microphone. Aside from creating a terrific branded logo, mOody bLaCK, from his name mOody bLaCK, Mr. bLaCK offers us a kaleidoscope of artistic perspectives in this lively and humorous hour-long poetic conversation between two talkative poets, Mr. bLaCK and me.
BLAINESWORLD show: 2.24.21. Guests: (first half) Ed Edelson, author of new book, “Lois’s Story” (available via Amazon); and (second half): Stephen A. Forbus, community development consultant, National Non-Profit Resource Center.
Mark Lieberman interviewed Rabbi Lawson, the first ordained Black gay Rabbi.
This collection is a bit more mellow than the mostly jam sessions from the first show, and gives you an extensive listen to his complex keyboard artistry.
Olive Dame Campbell was a woman ahead of the times she lived in. She was the daughter of the headmaster of a private school so her upbringing was such that her own education was of paramount importance.
When PJ Ewing mentioned Esther Russell to me his excitement was contagious. He reminded me that Esther had a range of life experiences that went from being an adventurer, a religions thinker, a woman who asks many questions, and an Intuitive. Of course all of those elements intrigued me.