Culture, Interview, Literature and Books, Music, Reggae

On Racial Frontiers: The New Culture of Frederick Douglass, Ralph Ellison and Bob Marley

by | Leave a Comment
Dec 31
[amazon-product align="right"]0521643937[/amazon-product](January 2000) “I don’t think enough people look at Bob Marley’s European audience and ask: what is that all about?” Gregory Stephens tells me one sunny day outside of his El Cerrito, California home, ...
Culture, Literature and Books

Forever Milking Bob, Continued

FOREVER MILKING BOB, CONTINUED A review essay by Gregory Stephens Rita  Marley with Hettie Jones, No Woman No Cry: My Life With Bob Marley (Hyperion, May 2004) Hank  Bordowitz, ed., Every Little Thing Gonna Be ...
Culture, Literature and Books

Roger Mais’ Brother Man: Knotty Dread Steps Forward Again

‘Love is everything,’ he said, simply. ‘It is what created the world. It is ...
Culture, Literature and Books

Literary Fest Flourishes on Jamaica’s South Coast

Calabash Literary Festival 2004 Friday, May 28 - Sunday, May 30 Treasure Beach, Jamaica Caribbean literature is very much an international literature, but distill it to the Calabash Festival and there is no longer an international ...
Literature and Books

The New Bone to Pick from Ellis Cose

  If, as the adage holds, the personal is political, the Calabash 2004 writer whose ...
Literature and Books

Taj Mahal: Autobiography of a Bluesman

Taj Mahal's life, as told to Stephen Foer, is nestled on the pages of this book. ...
JahWorks.Org sponsors
JahWorks.Org sponsors
JahWorks.Org sponsors
JahWorks.Org sponsors
JahWorks.org | P.O. Box 9207 | Berkeley, CA 94709 | U.S.A.