New Brunswick

I’m in New Brunswick, New Jersey, at the moment, staying with my good friend, poet and academic, Professor Abena Busia. Thanks to Abe, I’m getting ready for a screening of ‘The Witches of Gambaga’ at Rutgers tomorrow. The sun has been out today and we went to see a fantatsic exhibition of photographs at Newark Museum – Posing Beauty – curated by Deborah Willis. I haven’t been to such an absorbing exhibition for ages. I thoroughly recommend it. The screening on the 14th at Africa House, Binghamton, was fun. Africa House is a great venue. Azucar, who runs the space, and her mother Nkiru Nzegwu, were excellent hosts. They made me feel at home and rustled up a good crowd to watch the film. All in all an excellent trip rounded off by a hearty breakfast at Joe’s Legacy Diner the next morning. Amazing. I’ll post photos in a day or so.


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