Meet Kenneth Carroll — National Poetry Month Featured Poet for April 5th
Kenneth Carroll’s poetry, short stories, essays, and plays have appeared in numerous publications earning him a Pushcart Prize nomination. He’s published in Literary magazines and anthologies: In Search of Color everywhere, Bum Rush The Page, Potomac Review, Worcester Review, the Washington Post, Indiana Review among others. Kenneth’s first collection of poems is entitled So What! For the White Dude Who Said This Ain’t Poetry (The Bunny and the Crocodile Press, 1997). He’s performed at the Kennedy Center, Nuyorican Caf, Beyond Baroque, and the Library of Congress. As Director of DC WritersCorps, he’s been cited for community service numerous times, and was recognized by The Clinton White House for his achievements. He teaches at Duke Ellington High School for the Arts, and the Writer’s Center. Mr. Carroll is married and has a daughter and two sons.
BLUES, THE JOYS OF KISSING, SNOOKIE JOHNSON GOES DOWN TO THE RECRUITER’S OFFICE, THEORY ON EXTINCTION (on one page together)
PREFACE TO A TWENTY VOLUME BEDTIME PRAYER (MP3 Audio Download)