Reading @ The Diaspora Vibe Gallery

The reading at the Diaspora Vibe Gallery was a great way to end the year--as far as solo readings are concerned. I'll be part of the annual Christmas Eve celebrations at St. John's on the Lake and other smaller events.

Rosie Gordon-Wallace (shown here in uproarious laughter--which is not uncommon for her) was gracious in offering the space and it was a pleasure to work with her.

My family, friends, and a few new faces were there and as my daughter would say, "It was all good".

I'll be signing off this blog space for the rest of the year to enjoy the season with my family and friends and to catch up on reading, writing and planning some new work with The Artist Initiative. In the meantime, JamaicansRus will be publishing "A Jamaican Christmas Story" sometime this week and "A Fable for the New Year" in two installments on 1/1/2006 and 1/8/2006 (if all goes as planned).

Give thanks to all who have supported me throughout the year(s) & take care of yourselves over the holidays.

Here are a few more pictures from the event:


Dub Poet Malachi Smith with Iyanna, Nerissa Street (back to the camera) and Eric Lichtman.


Reading from "A Story for Christmas".

Walk good and as always...Blessings,

Geoffrey



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