Oh you poor, closeted Victorian... http://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-j58ac-94190f
My first run at Tennyson's Poetry and a look at Hurston's Barracoon http://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-eqc4r-93bd1d
Cudjoe? Cudjis? Kazoola? Cosula? Kossula? For the first I read it and re-read very rapidly, so I decided to research what happened to him, his family, and his community. BARRACOON is more of a oral history of how Kossula or Kazoola happened to be kidnapped from modern day Nigeria and spirited away to the stockades … Continue reading BARRACOON: CUDJOE KAZOOLA LEWIS SR. D. 1935
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I just realized I am the African American female version of the guy in the picture with my bike parked behind me, OGIO book-bag, Macbook, iPads, and book. I wanted to start a running list of potential reads. This week at work was tolerable, just everything outside of work, has been fraught with sadness with … Continue reading Book Club…Title Pending. First Run at Barracoon and suggested readings.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/MNxWjRU8oxU?version=3&rel=1&fs=1&autohide=2&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&wmode=transparent Tony Bourdain became a celebrity later on in his life. And it was not something that you might have predicted. Before he became a celebrity, he was just a chef. He was known in the New York restaurant scene, which is pretty good. But he was not a celebrity chef like Ramsay or Batali. … Continue reading Tony Bourdain Moves On — Buzzography