In Laura Warrell’s first novel, Sweet, Soft, Plenty Rhythm, jazz becomes a character all its own.
The clean, crisp pages of a handmade journal help writer Lynell George puzzle out her thoughts.
Revolutionary Letters and Spring and Autumn Annals recall the power of Diane di Prima’s voice.
Chuck Taggart uses the music of his native New Orleans as a way to bring us all together.
“Trumpetiste” Clora Bryant embodied the fireball energy of Central Avenue’s jazz scene.