Great piece by our friends over at The Eternal Graffiti. Link to the full article, below.

Jason Carney is a legend in the slam community. Three appearances on HBO’s Def Poetry, multiple poetry slam Final Stages, years of touring the country as one of the first generation of poets teaching and performing in higher education, the list continues. Jason has in the last few years completed his Master’s degree in Creative Writing and has recently released his memoir “Starve the Vulture” with Akashic Books. In an effort to showcase spoken word artists that have matured into other mediums, (and to generally show off our friend) Eternal Graffiti will be bringing you Jason’s story directly from Jason over the next few months. We will also be hosting a reading of his new book while he’s here in Charlotte (2.19.15) and will be releasing segments of the reading online. We’ll be kicking off the campaign (is this a campaign?) with this brilliant TedX Talk of Jason’s from a few months ago.

On a personal note, Jason and I have shared representation for the last few years and have become friends, I have had the pleasure of keeping up with him throughout his work achieving his master’s degree and his time spent on his new memoir. When he and I appeared at a show together last year, he told me about the release of “Starve The Vulture.” and the rollout process. Mike and I had already planned the launch of Eternal Graffiti and I instantly realized this was an outlet to promote the memoir.

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Links:

Eternal Graffiti | Starve the Vulture | Charlotte Event | Jason Carney

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