Sunday, May 27, 2018
Tuesday, May 22, 2018
My father, Michael A. Nardolilli, works for the Montgomery Parks Foundation. Their major initiative these days is building a museum to tell the story of Josiah Henson, one of the real-life inspirations behind the novel Uncle Tom's Cabin. He recently talked about this project on the Kojo Nnamdi show (13 minutes in, under the episode title: How The Region’s Forgotten Slave Stories Are Being Rediscovered)
Wednesday, May 16, 2018
|In this movie, Jeff Lynne of ELO tries to rescue Communism from Obama|
Essentially it's Chapo Trap House meets Dr. Zhivago.
Some poetry has also been published since I last posted. Some of it was by me. Pleather Skin generously accepted several of my poems. I also had several accepted at Scarlet Leaf Review. Meanwhile there's a poem at Runcible Spoon and more up at Blood Sugar Poetry. Writing all this makes me feel like one of those comedians who host a podcast where they go through all their tour dates before getting on with the show.
Well there's no show here. This is the end of the post. Go in peace to love and serve the word.