I am taking a summer class on writing narrative non-fiction, called “Writing to Change Your World,” led by the super-cool founder of our local alternative press. One of my first assignments was to spend half an hour reflecting on “What … Continue reading
I’ve got a new piece in the recent JFP about my return to MS and the state of our record label, Esperanza Plantation. Check it out below: Coming Home to Hope | Jackson Free Press | Jackson, MS.
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“Local Indie Label Esperanza Plantation Turns 10” by Four Winds | Jackson Free Press | Jackson, MS. Got your rock-n-roll boots on? Tonight (Oct. 17), the Jackson-based indie label Esperanza Plantation will be celebrating its 10th year of existence with performances by The Weeks, Tommy … Continue reading
I posted a new blog entry over at the Jackson Free Press, on the link between (a recent) enviromental concern and the broader context of economic and social crises we live within. The JFP does a great job covering local … Continue reading
I wrote this poem several years ago, sometime after I’d decided I wanted to spent a good deal of my life studying and teaching theology. It was edited with the help of an old college and work buddy named Josh … Continue reading