Brathwaite, Picasso, Nichols, and Maar Step Into a Writing Class

From 2013, when I had the pleasure of teaching English Composition at The College of New Rochelle. Last week, I shared this (regarding Brathwaite), with my students: I got that from the amazing Robert Antoni. In the context of the class I'm teaching, it's important to present the modern formal structures of essay clearly, and … Continue reading Brathwaite, Picasso, Nichols, and Maar Step Into a Writing Class

Behold the Hurricane (and other Brathwaite and Brian Fallon jams)

You know all about those strange synergies of the internet.  Today, I was listening to The Horrible Crowes.  Like a lot. For some reason that only makes sense the to the tubes and wires, quite a few folks found their way here today by searching for Kamau Brathwaite's visceral insight about Caribbean syntax : "the hurricane does … Continue reading Behold the Hurricane (and other Brathwaite and Brian Fallon jams)