Angela Khristin Brown [Akhristin] (January 5,1969 / Las Vegas, Nevada)
Biography of Angela Khristin Brown
Angela Brown started writing at an early age. Her first poem was published by the Las Vegas Sentinal Voice Newspaper and later the Library of Poetry anthologies. She has been published in newspapers, magazines, journals, books, anthologies and online. She has won award such as the Ambassador of Poetry from the U.S. military, Poet Fellow from the University of Cambridge England and several awards to include Who's Who in Poetry, Poet Laureate and Poetry Hall of Fame from the Library of Poetry. She has won two book awards from Writer's Digest and has made the best sellers list. Publish America has claimed her to Who's Who in American Literature.
Angela Khristin Brown's Works:
Angela Brown poems are from her imagination. She writes from her imagination about her life experience in how she relates to cultural diversity in today's society. Angela writes dark, sad poem similar to the Civil Rights era poetry. Her poems are in the celebration of black history.
Published Poetry Books
Brown, Angela. Floetry. Air leaf publishing (2006)
Brown, Angela. The Poetry Journal. Outskirt Press. (2007)
Brown, Angela. Memories of Las Vegas. Wordclay. (2007)
Brown, Angela. Poetry Collection. Publish America (2012)
Love. Publish America, If I Must Die, Publish America, African American Diaspora, Short Fiction, A Walk Together and Black Ink by Publish America
Brown, Angela. Love. Publish America (2012)
Brown, Angela. Short Story Fiction Publish America (2012)
Brown, Angela. African American Diaspora Publish
Look not on what you have succumbed; yet seek to determine your destiny.
Know not the tolerance failure brings; but, to measure your ability.
Listen to emotions softly unfold; to quietly defuse self-hate.
Inhale love within grasp; for life encounters many mistakes.
Cherish the need to be loved; for you only have one chance.
Develop who you are, and what you lose becomes circumstance.