BBC Radio Merseyside Poetic Press Release.
[On Air: Sunday the 14th of October 2018, between 8 to 10 pm, at the BBC Radio Merseyside studio with Ngunan Adamu, we’ll have the international poet Prof NkwNgr with the writer’s pen-name Israel Moor X Bey El. Since 2017 he has made Liverpool his home & in this process, he has also written several poetry books, in total he has written 22 poetry publications. One of his recent work of fine arts literature is titled “Liverpool Slavery Monuments” which extensively document a hidden side to the city most are unaware of and is related to the social unfair practicing association to black’s cultural identity.
Prof., as he preferred to be called, was born on the British colonial island of Jamaica & at the age of 15, by himself migrated to live in America. There he studied fine arts photography & Art education teaching. After completing his course study, he once again embarked on a journey of self-discovery by moving to Hong Kong China, wherein he spends about 2 years before moving on to Japan, wherein he was awarded a certificate in Martial Arts studies by one Doctor. Masaaki Hatsumi, the founder of the Bujinkan Organization & Grandmaster to the Togakure-ryū style. After that, he relocated back to America for a few years working as a Civil Engineer and then launching his art gallery by the name D-Gallery. The opportunity for traveling came once again & this time he migrated to the Netherlands for 4 years before relocating to the UK 14 years ago. He has lived in many areas of England, in which often times he would create a poetry book about that location.
His reason for moving to Liverpool was to pursue his advanced studies of acquiring a Master degree & Ph.D. in the Arts. However, experiencing setbacks due to Academic Racism left that desire on hold. Nevertheless, he has been very prolific in his expressive passion for creative writing and sharing of history. For all those individuals interested in his literary artworks, they can find all his publications at www.lulu.com/spotlight/beyelpress.
For those with literary inquisitiveness do tune in to this amazing showcasing of an International poet of an immense rarity as we continue the journey of artistic creative sharing.]
BBC Radio Merseyside: Ngunan Adamu (Presenter)
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