Tag Archives: AfroSonics

Amiri Baraka Changed My Life: Celebrating Amiri in Sonics

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Amiri Baraka, “a ruthlessly revolutionary doer.”

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How to “Do a Poem”: Proto-Writing with Abbey Lincoln & August Wilson

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p5rn7vb On becoming the poem and evoking the sublime

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On The Structure of Brightmoments

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This month, we launch a regular column by Harmony Holiday, who’ll share her thoughts on a selected recording from the Afrosonics archive. First up: how an unforgettable sample led her to saxophonist Rahsaan Roland Kirk’s poetic musings — and the joyful discovery that jazz and poetry could be “one gallant being.”

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Black Arkestry: Falling In Love On The Ark

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Our new guest contributor, Harmony Holiday, presents her Astrosonics Event Number 1: introducing us to an alive, ever-expanding archive of out-of-print and rare Diaspora poetry and writing.

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