Author Allan Hudson has featured me on his blog South Branch Scribbler, with an interview and an excerpt of Atlanta Stories: Fables of the New South. Many thanks, Allan, and thanks to author Bobby Nash for introducing us. Be sure to check out Allan’s other posts while there. Here’s a link. http://allanhudson.blogspot.com/2019/12/guest-g-m-lupo-of-atlanta-georgia.html
14 November 2019, Woodruff Arts Center, Atlanta, Georgia.
Though we both existed on the planet together for about five years, I have no living memory of Martin Luther King. He was assassinated sixteen days before my fifth birthday. I recall hearing of his assassination at the time it happened, but I do not recall specifically how I heard about it, nor did I … Continue reading Icons
Mother Avis Collins stands before a packed sanctuary at her church and welcomes the faithful. “Good morning!” she says and is greeted by a chorus of replies. “Today is the day the Lord has made. I welcome you all to fellowship with us. I’d like to ask all the home folk to rise and visitors … Continue reading Woman of God, Avis
24 April 2017, Century Center, Atlanta, Georgia.