Selma at the Crossroads

Last year, I volunteered on a series of events to help the Town of Selma, North Carolina commemorate its 150th year. I am honored to have a poem I wrote, "Selma at the Crossroads," included in the town's time capsule. The capsule will be sealed for the next 100 years with other items, like copies of Johnston Now magazine,... Continue Reading →

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In Her Words

Historian and writer Eric Jackson asked me to read a poem or selection from the Harlem Renaissance for his Black History Month presentation at the Town of Selma Parks & Rec's Soul Food Fest on Feb. 24 from 11 am - 2 pm at the Harrison Alumni Center, 605 W Noble Street in Selma, North... Continue Reading →

Needle Song

  The crafts room in the Center for Active Living is sun-bright. Ladies circle ’round the table Opening tackle boxes of needles, thread spools, Tubes of multicolored, multi-shaped beads. Pulling stoppers, they spill out tiny Sparkling piles onto foam squares. A few skitter to the floor. I squint to guide the bees-waxed thread Through a... Continue Reading →

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