“Well well well… If it isn’t Dwayne, back at the seat writing for his website again. Not like the last […]
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Quick bits of info regarding the website.
#SelfieSundays – What Honesty Looks Like
So I’m doing a thing. I’m committing to visual honesty this year. We all know that each person struggles, but we dress it up in meta…
I’m In The Washington Post!? (again?)
So It’s happened.
I am often a background player. I enjoy not being the person in the forefront – I like my side character arc in my friends title series. But every now and then, it happens; someone notices me doing my thing…
Mary Bowman Arts in Activism Award – Welcome to Aids Memorial
If you have heard me do a poetry set in recent months, you have heard me mention a good friend of mine who transitioned last year, Mary Bowman.
Mary was someone you loved without knowing her directly. The good things you look for in someone - honesty, vulnerability, the ability to connect with anyone - all from an incredibly caring and charismatic person. It was a gift to know Mary. From her artistry to her activism, I only knew truth from Mary.
Now Mary is the magic around us. She fought hard for the rights of many living with HIV (including herself) and shared with the world the hardest parts of living. Often it wasn't the meds, but people and their attitudes around HIV that made life tough. Mary tirelessly fought stigma, every day, just to live her life.
I am happy to see the Mary Bowman Arts in Activism Award be created. A fitting way to honor Mary's marriage of arts and activism - by celebrating and financially supporting another artist whose work inspired and helps fight the stigma people are facing daily.
If you are 27 or younger and interested in applying - follow the link below:
An article on Spit Dat went live over the weekend…
Happy New Year! I know its been six days (and even longer since I’ve posted) but I’ve been a bit […]
Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company – Spit Dat In Residence
We are super duper excited to to announce that Spit Dat DC is officially in Residency at Woolly Mammoth Theater […]
How D.C.’s historic Columbia Hospital for Women became a Trader Joe’s, expensive condos – The Washington Post
I replied to a tweet that a reporter friend shot into the universe. I didn’t realize what was happening in […]
Studio Saturday: Live Music & Poetry
Join Studio Gallery for another Studio Saturday featuring poet Dwayne Lawson-Brown and musician Rivers Wilder Green! About the performers…. Dwayne […]
Waves: A Poetry & Acoustic Showcase
For the lovers of words–those who want to hear the raw truth that lies in between every lyric and spoken […]
Book Review – “N Search of H.E.R.” By H.J. Lee Bennett, III a.k.a. Lee The Poet
I am a hopeless romantic. I love the idea of “love”, though I often am unsure of it’s plausibility. I’ve […]