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Words and actions speak of mentor, advocate and “Jah’isms”
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Jah X El is a storyteller, painter, sculptor and historian—and all with words

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Balance of joy and sorrow flood Blessings and Curses
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Anne Whitehouse (www.annewhitehouse.com) is a writer of poetry, fiction and journalism, and has worked in development for non-profit agencies. She has taught in colleges, universities, and public schools in the greater New York Metropolitan area. She is the author of…

Travel a poet’s life in “This is How I Feel”
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“This Is How I Feel: My Life In Verse” is a headlong leap into the journal of Dimonique Boyd.

Interviews

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Troubadour 21 is very proud to introduce Christopher Dwyer as our T21 in-house writer. He will be writing two stories a month, exclusively for T21. Christopher is a writer from Boston, Massachusetts, and his stories are beautifully written, filled with vivid images that either touch one’s heart or send chills down one’s spine. He has a special gift of being able to write in a variety of styles, either sensitive, touching love stories from a masculine perspective, or eery noir thriller stories of gore and blood that make one want to lock all doors and bolt all windows.

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This article is part of a weekly feature, highlighting one of our contributors here at Troubadour 21. It is our hope that we may give you a peek inside the lives of the artists who create the art and the poets who create the poetry you see here on the site.

Music and Theater

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Shantel Bolks attacks the strings of her Takamine Guitar with all the skill and craft of a master that has been playing for years.

The vocals are just as masterful and her country, folk style is mesmerizing in the way she executes each and every song on this album.

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A Carnivorous Tale
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Consuming helpless vegetables for dinner and for lunch


Eight Lines
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Things said are said fully


Snow White, The Sleeping Earth
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Before she would wake up


At Dusk
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Because a meteor flames a microsecond


He speaks in labels
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He makes labels a measure of worth


Under the Apple Tree
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“Sorry, my grandma doesn’t have a wireless signal; she has dial up.” These are two of the saddest words in the English language, along with no signal. “No wait” said Jeff, looking at his laptop. “There are three networks showing.…


Mixed Breed
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My daughter’s dog glares at me from its spot in the corner of the kitchen. His nose, black and oily as the night ocean, twitches. I stuff a crust of yesterday’s leather toast in my mouth, gagging down its dryness…


The Black Hole
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Sometimes you walk right into the devil’s lair and don’t realize it until it’s too late. What may seem like a perfectly safe activity can turn into a nightmare that can last for years. We have all fallen into this…


The Traveler
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Chanarong crossed the border from Burma to Thailand when he was two and half years old. His mother and sister took turns carrying him on their hips. They left because the military put a bullet in back of his father’s…


Strangers in Peoria
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I met a proper woman in a proper pub on a Monday in Peoria. It was noon, time for lunch, and we were sitting stool to stool over very large burgers at a long mahogany bar. It curved in and…


Dear Montreal
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I wanted to tell you I miss you like an old lover I never could get over. I miss your silence in the winter cold and the warmth of summer days spent in your company. I miss the laughter in…


The Living Morgue
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The buzzword that has Americans up in a roar these days is healthcare reform. As Barack Obama has put healthcare reform first and foremost on the list of changes that Americans can look forward to, Americans are fighting back fiercely.


The Night I Drove Freeman Home
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We had come out of the Out Loud Open Mike meeting at Melrose’s Beebe Estate into a slick wind and minor patches of ice and snow.


The Dumpmaster’s Boy
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Ears I had, and eyes, and I used them well. Before I walked by the group of men on the corner, bringing my grandfather’s lunch to the city dump where he worked, I knew they’d be talking about me.


Decision Borne by April Water
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I was fishing off the bridge over the Ipswich River, a few hundred yards from the Topsfield Fairgrounds.


The Road To Somewhere
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The Road To Somewhere

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Lord Henry Hits Rock Bottom
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Lord Henry Hits Rock Bottom

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Heart of Stone
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Heart of Stone

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Unterer Rheinweg, Basel
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Unterer Rheinweg, Basel

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Johanntorbrueke, Basel

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Manifesto of a True American Artist and Poet
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All the channels on TV; from the comfort of a sofa we watch, entertained by the evils of our society



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The Adventures of a Thoroughly Confused Gigi – Part I


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The Rapture and the Hive – Part 4


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Railroad Train to Heaven – Part 54


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The Rapture and the Hive – Chapter 3


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Railroad Train to Heaven – Part 53


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The Dream Mechanic – Part XXXXII