The Evening News-Essays And Commentaries From NPR And Other Clouds
Forty wide-ranging essays and commentaries broadcast on NPR’s The Tavis Smiley Show, News and Notes, Tell Me More and other broadcast and print media. Includes updates on what made the news after a piece aired, and the challenging and sometimes poignant response from listeners and readers. [read more…]
An audio collection of five short stories written and read by S. Pearl. Each story has incidental music and opens with a poem by other authors. Directed by Iona Morris. [read more…]
Poets Pay Rent, Too, in association with Rise, 2013 CD and Digital
Black Women for Beginners
From Glenn Thompson’s popular For Beginners series of documentary comic books, this title chronicles Black women from antiquity to the present with wit and sass. Illustrated by Beverly Hawkins Hall.
Writers and Readers, 1993; re-issued, For Beginners, LLC, 2007/ Red Wheel Weiser. [read more…]
There’s A Brown Girl In The Ring
by Beah Richards, with S. Pearl Sharp non-fiction
A collection of personal essays by director and Academy Award nominated actress Beah Richards, adapted to the stage as a concert reading.
Poets Pay Rent, Too, 2001
“Good humored . . .and sharp witted wisdom.”
— Dallas Morning News
On The Sharp Side
S. Pearl performs her poetry with musicians Buddy Collette, Munyungo Jackson, Roberto Miguel Miranda, Louis Van Taylor and vocalist Dwight Trible.
Poets Pay Rent, Too, 1993; 2009 CD and digital
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Typing In The Dark poetry
Sharp’s fourth collection of poetry merges the poems with the work of five photographers.
Harlem River Press, 1991 / Out Of Print [read more…]
A two-act play with music. Set in the 1970’s it expresses the delights and dilemmas of Black Women.
Poets Pay Rent, Too [read more…]
A one-act play, from S. Pearl’s short story collection, Uncertain Rituals
Sharp’s third collection of poetry marries word and image, featuring full color reproductions of fine art by nine artists.
Poets Pay Rent Too, 1978; 2nd edition, Harlem River Press, 1991 / Out Of Print
“An absolute pleasure to read.”