[PODCAST: ] #MichLit Radio Show wg/Poets A Dub

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Guest summary: Alex “A Dub” White is a spoken word artist whose passion and musicality with words demands his audiences’ attention. Today he’s here to talk about his debut book, For What It’s Worth.

Author bio:

With themes bordering on the spiritual and the dangerous, A Dub draws upon a world he sees that is full of misinformation and impending disaster to create his captivating poetry.  New to the Detroit poetry community, A Dub debuted at Detroit’s MLK Jr. Day Cultural Event at the beginning of 2012, and released a collection of thought provoking poetry entitled, “for what it’s worth…” on the same day.

 

Since his debut, A Dub has appeared as a featured poet at Poetic Travelers, A Man Can Change #2 and at Spirit Spit.  With upcoming shows at A Man Can Change #3 on April 21st, Nandi’s Knowledge Cafe May 3rd, and 1917 Bistro TBD, A Dub continues his tour of the Motor City.  Born and raised in Battle Creek Michigan, this self-taught artist now calls the city of Livonia, and greater Detroit home.

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