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'SHIPS: Final Thoughts

Posted by E. Joyce on Sunday, April 24, 2011, In : News and Politics 


The significant problems we have cannot be solved at the same level of thinking with which we created them.  -- Albert Einstein

I should have this book in my publisher’s hands by now, but there is something that keeps gnawing at me.  The odd thing is I can’t define it. Yet.  But it’s important enough -- at least to me -- to put it on paper, hoping that I will be led to the answer.

There is something dangerously afoot among us.  It’s tasteless, odorless, you can’t really see it.  But i...

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A Message to the Media

Posted by E. Joyce on Wednesday, October 28, 2009,
My mother still believes that if it's on the news then it must be the truth.  I had to inform her that it, unfortunately isn't necessarily so...
I wrote this blog back on January 22, 2009.  It's unfortunate to see, as the media outlets continue their meltdown, that  certain networks -- you know who you are -- continue to use the airwaves to disburse lies and innuendo, without a thought to ethics or consideration of the general public. I decided the write was worth repeating...

An Open Letter to...

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The Media and Health Care Reform: Whose Side Are They On?

Posted by E. Joyce on Friday, August 14, 2009, In : News and Politics 

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E. Joyce Moore E. Joyce Moore, writer, poet, author of Gettin' to the Good Wood, Ramblings Through the Attic of Thought, I Like Brown, Princess Jahzzara, and is currently penning two other books: 'SHIPS (non-fiction) and Pretty (fiction). Joyce has contributed to numerous books and writing projects, including MoAD Stories Project, MoAD Stories Project: I've Known Rivers, What is the Purpose of a Banana? by Dr. Carlton Green, Chicken Soup for The African American Soul, Gumbo for the Soul, and more. Joyce is a member of the Chicago Film Producers Alliance, the founder of Alliance of African American Artists, and is an active fine arts advocate, curator and activist. Her book, Ramblings Through the Attic of Thought, was named 2009 Poetry Book of the Year and she was named Poet of the Year by S(RMAG an online magazine.
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