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Jun.25.2013

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Join your host, Opal Palmer Adisa on
Thursday, June 27 from 7-8 p.m. on K, Radio.
Special guest, Carole Boyce Davies talking about and reading from: Caribbean Spaces:

Opal's Latest Blogs

Dec.06.2013 - 9:59 am
You know you have known love if like Nelson Mandela when you die the world mourns your passing. You know you understand the power of love, if like Nelson Mandela you stood...
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Apr.05.2013 - 7:19 am
  Sometimes I am alone in the ocean, and as far as I san see there is only me and the immense blue sea and I am grateful, grateful for the soothing waters, grateful for the...
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Oct.26.2012 - 2:39 pm
Last summer I traveled to Europe --Spain then Paris.  I had been to Paris a few times before and like in the past; I found it a magical city. Although, it is often said that...
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May.31.2012 - 12:41 pm
  The Caribbean Flash Fiction Collection   Edited by: Opal PalmerAdisa Calling all short stories:  Wanted: flash fiction, micro fiction, short-short or haiku...
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Comments from Opal

Jun.24.2010 - 12:55 am
In response to: The Desert of El Gouna, Egypt
Hello Eric:I have not been to Alaska so far, but it is on my travel plans, to witness the vast nothingness, to live...
May.29.2010 - 8:08 am
In response to: Happiness is in the Palm of your Hand
Christa: Thanks for connecting. Glad you found some value in my words that resonate with you. Peace, Opal
Dec.01.2009 - 8:23 am
In response to: MARCUS BOOKS STORE
HOW IS LIFE? WE HAVE TO KEEP OUR INSTITUTIONS ALIVE. 
Nov.07.2009 - 9:48 am
In response to: My Favorite Book Store- An American Institution
Yours is a great piece that gives a lot of historical perspective. thanks, Opal
Nov.07.2009 - 9:44 am
In response to: MARCUS BOOKS STORE
They are in danger of closing and we need to rally to make sure that does not happen.  Let them know they have our...

Published Reviews

Feb.19.2012
Published by The Sunday Observer
  Powerfully encased in honours to the Orishas, womanist poet and scholar Opal Palmer Adisa has offered a big book about three strains of blackness in the diaspora –...