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  • Title: Truthfeasting
  • Author: Ja A. Jahannes
  • ISBN: 9780865431928
  • Page: 213
  • Format: None

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  • Truthfeasting Best Read || [Ja A. Jahannes]
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About "Ja A. Jahannes"

  1. Ja A. Jahannes

    Ja A Jahannes is a novelist, poet, playwright, essayist, librettist, composer, spoken word artist, music producer, social critic, psychologist, and educator He received a B A degree with honors from Lincoln University PA , two Master s degrees from Hampton University, postgraduate studies at The College of William And Mary, and received a Ph.D from the University of Delaware He is a frequent writer, columnist, and contributing editor for numerous national and international publications Jahannes has received many awards He has written and produced twelve plays and published four books, a collection of essays, over two hundred articles, reviews, and poems, two oratorios, two symphony librettos, two opera librettos, a song cycle, and the recent memoir anthology WordSong Poets and novel, Big Man Jahannes has also written lyrics for over 100 songs and directed many theatre and performance productions, touring in the U S and abroad He is a BMI publisher and writer Jahannes has lectured in Africa, Asia, South America, the Caribbean, the Middle East and Europe Jahannes is conducting programs on Male Female Relations Today, with discussions of Big Man Jahannes can also be contacted through TMPRecords

320 thoughts on “Truthfeasting”

  1. as the title indicates, truthfeasting serves a veritable banquet of literary treats, philosophical insights, and soulful observations ja jahannes is clearly not a poet inclined to biting his tongue when it comes to sensitive issues, no matter if in regard to race, religion, or anything else whether examining the nature of living life in the political spotlight, as he does inthe death of jesse jackson, or musing on the notion thatpoets are precious people, his lyrical vision is framed in the uniq [...]


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