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|Louisiana Dawn: Poems of a Grafted Life
explores natural themes...uniquely examining the miniscule in a city known the world over for its grandeur;
honoring bits and pieces that flavor New Orleans;
and recognizing jazz and blues themes found and expressed in the larger world of everyday
life, love and loss.
Paperback. 70 pages. ISBN 0-9749499-0-6
|(The Amplified) Louisiana Dawn:
Poems of a Grafted Life
explores natural themes...uniquely examining the miniscule in a city known the world over for its grandeur; honoring bits and pieces that flavor New Orleans; and recognizing jazz and blues themes found and expressed in the larger world of everyday life, love and loss. Includes selected poems from the softcover book, listed above, as well as original music, all written and performed by the author.
CD Audio Book. Total Running Time: 34:31
|Madame E. Azalia Hackley's
The Colored Girl Beautiful (1916)
...Collects two of the most important published works by
Madame E. Azalia Hackley (1867-1922), African-American
classical singer and social activist: the pionering social etiquette book, The Colored Girl Beautiful (1916); and
"Lesson IV in Voice Culture (1913-1914)," a rare set of voice
and elocution lessons designed for general use.
Paperback. 139 pages. ISBN 0-9749499-1-4
|"Orishas (Ancestral Spirits)" Reaches #3 in Mexico (iTunes Mexico Spoken Word Charts)
"It Is Well With My Soul" Reaches # 99 in Denmark (iTunes Denmark Christian & Gospel Charts)
Black Butterfly: A Play in Three Acts
|Beautiful Remains: Words and Pictures
Rescued from Hurricane Katrina
Recaptures poetry and images nearly drowned, but not forgotten. These poems and photographs, many previously unpublished, pay homage to the human spirit and the power of memory. With this collection, author Lisa Pertillar Brevard and photographer Frank Brevard illustrate the importance of reaching back, in order to move forward.
Paperback. 59 pages. ISBN 0-9749499-5-7