Magazines

Frankie Beverly’s Amazing Career

    March 25, 2014 Entertainment & Culture / Music Frankie Beverly Talks 38 Years of Maze [INTERVIEW] The voice behind every Black picnic, BBQ and wedding of the past four decades discusses the longevity of Maze By Penny Dickerson      The one, the only Mr. Frankie Beverly Every funk band has a front man. […]

Angela Robinson  “Jacksonville’s OWN Star!”

Angela Robinson “Jacksonville’s OWN Star!”

Kudos to Angela Robinson for serving as a master-example of how a girl with a dream can become a woman boasting stardom.  She is a Jacksonville-native and graduate of William M. Raines High School who has journeyed a route to be admired and an apt lesson for all who dare to dream and are confronted […]

Orlando Signature Magazine: Thornton Park

Quaint downtown Orlando neighborhood Thornton Park offers walking, shopping, dining pleasures By Penny Dickerson Thornton Park is one of downtown Orlando’s quintessential historic neighborhoods and currently reigns as the epicenter for all things hip. The upscale district, tucked east of Lake Eola Heights and centered on Lake Lawsona along Thornton Avenue, defies suburban clichés. This […]

Interview with Sonia Sanchez: Truth to Power

Click link to read full interview on EBONY.com http://www.ebony.com/entertainment-culture/sonia-sanchez-speaks-truth-to-power-999#axzz303gQy0U3 Sonia Sanchez Speaks Truth to Power, Poetically [INTERVIEW] The legendary poetic icon speaks on the Black Arts Movement and the ancestor voices of African-American letters By Penny Dickerson Related Tags amiri baraka sonia sanchez black arts movement Sonia Sanchez, great voice of the Black Arts Movement […]

“The Giving Millennial”

OAM J-A 15 Brush Strokes-Philanthropy Click the link above to view the PDF of my feature in the July/August issue of  Orlando Arts Magazine. This editorial relationship is one that I both enjoy and has dually proved to be a lucrative relationship. Newspapers are great, but magazines are BOSS! This feature highlights the power of “Millennials” as a demographic […]

Levar Burton Interview: Orlando Arts Magazine

As a graduate student at Lesley University, I penned a poem that ventured the impact the mini-series “Roots” had on both my family and formative years. I wanted Alex Haley to be my daddy and all the girls in eighth-grade were teased and called, “Kizzie.” The more haunting truth was it was the last time I […]