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I Saw Your Mother Crying Paperback – March 24, 1991
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About the Author
As a seasoned writer, local promoter, actor and performance poet, Earl Hairston enjoys creating and sharing his work with others, seeking to reach out to a broader audience by performance that relates to people from all walks of life and backgrounds. Performing at large venues such as Carter Barron Amphitheater in Rock Creek Park, Maryland for the 14th and 15th annual Washington, D.C. Poetry Festival honoring Gil Scott-Heron. Earl also feels comfortable and at home in smaller intimate settings such as Good Natured Market and Vegetarian Café, Martinsburg, West Virginia and at The Granary in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia. The open mic events at Busboys and Poets in Shirlington, Virginia is a favorite place to introduce and practice his work. Earl has a keen ability to capture the audience’s attention through voice flexion, rich tones, and words that evoke emotional connections. A lifelong resident of Martinsburg, West Virginia, Earl pursues his passion of writing, reading, rehearsing, drumming and spending time with his team, and is also a member of The First Sunday Poetry Group which meets on the first Sunday of each month at Shaharazades Restaurant and Tea Room in Shepherdstown, W.Va.
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