'Cold, Black, and Hungry' dares the reader with Jordan's "what if" approach in "Karmic Trilogy," which comprises three selections questioning fate by alluding to actions of high-profile individuals as Johnnie Cochran and JonBenet Ramsey. Jordan ...
opens the envelopes of unheard voices in a series of "Unsent Letters", reflecting the readers own psychoses and self actualization processes. Jordan distressingly and poetically chronicles the hard-knock New York City life in poems "A Poem for Latisha Binn," "The Mitchel Houses", and "Words for Sean Bell." Whether Stephen Earley Jordan II is writing about internet predators or family members who prey on children, his encounters with the NYC homeless, or his attempt to search for a new James Baldwin, Jordan's vision in this collection is unswervingly honest.
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Date of publication: 24/01/2011
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