Monthly Archives: January 2015

In the Soul and Shoes of a Man with Dementia (my review of Walter Mosely’s THE LAST DAYS OF PTOLEMY GREY)

THE LAST DAYS OF PTOLEMY GRAY IS THE THIRD Walter Mosley novel I’ve read and it didn’t disappoint. Mosley weaved the story of Ptolemy, a 91 year old man that suffers from dementia. The way he writes the prose put … Continue reading

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SIMON’S SPLINTER (Available Now!!!)

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A Work of Collective Genius (my review of D’Angelo’s Black Messiah)

  I’ve been listening to D’Angelo’s BLACK MESSIAH for the last few days and pretty much nothing else. The music. The poetry. Lyrics for soul searching. Rhythms for toe tapping and head nodding. Politics to pillow talk. Love and war. … Continue reading

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