I’m Angela Carole Brown, an author, singer/songwriter, artist, and recipient of the North Street Book Prize in Literary Fiction, and the SoulWord Magazine Award in Poetry.
My published books include:
Bones (poetry collection)
Aleatory on the Radio (100-word-story collection)
Viscera (poetry chapbook)
The Assassination of Gabriel Champion (novel)
The Kidney Journals: Memoirs of a Desperate Lifesaver (memoir)
Trading Fours (novel) (2018 North Street Book Prize Winner in literary fiction)
My feature albums include:
Resting on the Rock (original folk)
The Slow Club (original jazz)
Music for the Weeping Woman (original folk)
Expressionism (cover jazz)
Global Yoga (yoga mindfulness class)
Winter (Christmas/holiday, roots/blues/folk/jazz)
The Rainy Day Sessions (jazz & pop standards)
Standard Procedure (jazz standards)
My current visual medium is alcohol ink abstracts on yupo.
My proudest achievement is as a kidney donor, which I did in 2008 for a young man who was given a new lease on life. Me too, for that matter.
I’m happy to finally be a charter member of the blogosphere, and am excited to share my own personal glimpses, observations, and musings on art, creativity, wellness, conscious living, and the always irascible and utterly compelling human condition, through essays, poetry, and prose.
The reason I call this blog Bindi Girl Chronicles is explained in my very first post, So, This Bindi Thing . . .
I can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Or any of the cyber joints I loiter below.