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B.L.P.S. presents Your Oral Diktion Academy ft. Cola Rum

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Monday, Oct. 12th at 8 pm EST
Your Oral Diktion Academy
Host Poetess April J
Presents Featured Author: Cola Rum
Book: "Nah Nigga, I Ain't Doing a F@#%ing Double"

Author Bio: Some say he’s jaded, cynical, obnoxious, and politically incorrect but one label that they can never place on him is “Reserved”.  Christened the “Infamous”, by his poetry peers; Cola Rum is a poet, spoken-word artist, essayist, and writer that refused to be put in a systematic box of normality.  Hailing from Jacksonville, Florida, now living in the post-industrial renaissance of Atlanta, Georgia, He’s been blessed and cursed with the ability to blatantly talk about the true existence of this painful and joyous experience called life. In his cynical yet refreshing, dark though humorous verbal assault on the human mind, you can find that there is another level of entertainment and enlightenment existing deep within us. For 25 years his art has taken him all across the globe performing on television shows, lecturing on creative writing at Universities and featuring in various art documentaries, writer, essayist, and novelist, he has currently finished a double-novel, “Naaah nigga I aint doing a fucking double!” and winner of the 2019 moth story slam of the city of Atlanta. 
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