2019 began with a BANG! There was my first poetry reading of the year (second ever) on January 7th with new friend and poetry colleague, Tzynya Pinchback, but missing our mutual friend and colleague Lynne Spiglemire Viti, who had organized the reading. It was a great experience that held the promise of more good things … More Welcome to 2019! Wait… What Happened to January?
This past Monday, January 7, I joined poet Tzynya Pinchback in a poetry reading on Quintessential Poetry, a BlogTalkRadio program hosted by Dr. Michael Anthony Ingram. The event, POV (Pinchback/Oldham/Viti), was planned by our colleague, Lynne Viti (who writes the WordPress blog Still in School) and was supposed to include her reading, too. Unfortunately, Lynne … More First Poetry Reading in 2019: Done!
My First-Ever Poetry Reading will take place 10 days from now! If you are in Baltimore on Oct. 11, come on down to Ikaros and hear me read 2-3 recent poems that I have published on this site. I have a short list of poems I’m partial to performing live, but if you have any … More ANNOUNCEMENT: Live Poetry Reading Scheduled
Technology can be both friend and foe, often, simultaneously. On July 30, 2018, I received a notification from wordpress.com (the platform and primary site of this blog) that Facebook would no longer automatically share my posts as of August 1, 2018, due to new rules concerning user authenticity and other issues. This meant that … More As Technology Changes, So Does baltimoreblackwoman.com
As surely as Winter has turned to Spring and back to Winter again in the space of days, baltimoreblackwoman has been shapeshifting lately! It’s hard enough to keep up with all the changes in the world (the revolving door at Trump Land; war and rumors of war; the rift that is physically splitting the African … More Where is baltimoreblackwoman? Updates – UPDATED Post
Happy New Year – 2018! With this post, I am not only starting my 4th year of this blog, I am also announcing another shift in focus. As always, my perspectives and views will be part of the mix. But, instead of just looking longingly at Baltimore’s past, I want to focus more on what’s … More Happy New Year from baltimoreblackwoman!