Thursday, February 19, 2009
DYNAMIC DUO COLLABORATES ON: “A CRIME AND A SIMPLIFICATION OF SOMETHING SUBLIME”
Tustin, CA and Farmington Hills, MI – Poets, Kobina Wright and LB Lacey celebrate the release of their third collaborative work with A Crime And A Simplification of Something Sublime; an exciting and sometimes humorous book of nuler poetry with original art illustrated by the authors.
A Crime And A Simplification of Something Sublime is the first volume that introduces the nuler style, which pours out an overwhelmingly expansive title sequence followed by an extremely short and pithy poem that bends from the tone of the title to an opposing inflection.
The book, A Crime And A Simplification of Something Sublime evolved from the hatching of the nuler style after Lacey and Wright worked diligently along with Chicago poet, Pam Osbey and other artists on a deeply personal and uplifting audio spoken word cd titled, “Food: The Pakoli Project.”
Lacey is the CEO of SOULutions For Dynamic Living, a company dedicated to helping people live an empowered and authentic life despite their ethnic, education or socio-economic background. She is a contributing author featured in Chicken Soup for the African American Woman’s Soul and Gumbo for the Soul. Lacey is also the co-author of 100 Words of Wisdom for Women, a motivational and directive book for therapeutic journaling.
Wright is the founder of LAPOE (Let’s All Protect Our Environment), a company dedicated to replenishing the planet through vintage and reclaimed handbags by promoting replanting and recycling, while donating a percentage of the proceeds to The GREEN Foundation, and a percentage to help entrepreneurs in developing countries. She is also the creator of the Hodaoa-Anibo language; The Hodaoa-Anibo Dictionary; and author of Say It! Say Gen-O-Cide!! – a volume of poetry dedicated to the 1994 Rwandan genocide.
This volume of nuler poetry is available through Dramatic Pause Publishing and Amazon.com. Available February 2009.
P.O. Box 1894
Tustin, CA 92781
Contact: Media Relations
Monday, February 02, 2009
The Cold Case of the Phantom Dollar
I don’t have a fist full of regrets in my life, but right now, I do have one. I wish that I would have paid more attention when I took economics in college, because maybe then, I’d have a better grasp of what craziness is being shoveled out, and encoded in front of my face.
A week ago I had a brief conversation with one of my friends from the Netherlands about the global recession we are apparently experiencing. She believes that this is all a purposeful ploy to retard finances - to keep people from expanding their own wealth. We discussed the mystery of our phantom money. Surely if one area is loosing money it has to go somewhere else… but where. WHERE IS ALL OF THIS MONEY GOING?
When you think about it, it seems that this should be as simple as first grade mathematics, right? If I have three apples and I give Nan two, how many apples will I have? How many apples will Nan have? Did Nan eat those two apples behind my back, because by all accounts, she should still have two if I only have one – because gosh darn it, I didn’t want to give her the two in the first place!
So I’m asking a favor on behalf of all of the hard working people who want to bring down the hammer on those trying to usurp world control through finance and deceit; please explain to me where all the money went!