I Am Not Going To Stop Talking Just To Help You Remain Ignorantly Comfortable

I’ve been thinking a lot about racism. White people – in particular – are programmed and trained to be afraid of BIPOC and Black people. Maybe it’s our skin color, or maybe it’s more than four hundred years of oppression that taught us to be strong. That taught us to be wise. That taught us that we can survive absolutely anything, because we know what … Continue reading I Am Not Going To Stop Talking Just To Help You Remain Ignorantly Comfortable

Comfortably Uncomfortable Conversations: The Devon J Hall #Podcast

So as you may or may not know, I used to have a hobby podcast, called Radio Free Voice. I loved it because I could play music and talk about all the things that I wasn’t talking about before. I spent a lot of time talking about my time with Anonymous and how I see the world. The last podcast I did, was a dedication … Continue reading Comfortably Uncomfortable Conversations: The Devon J Hall #Podcast

Whose Voice Is More Important?

I think I am trying to practice the art of telling my truth in different voices, in other words, “character creation.” It’s hard when you’re creating characters to ensure that they all have a different tone, a different vibration so that the story doesn’t become stagnant. And I think that this is is what I am trying to learn when I write on La Lumiere … Continue reading Whose Voice Is More Important?