Jovelyn D. Richards

Jovelyn D. Richards is a writer and performance artist specializing in improvisational narratives. She uses music to add another dimension to her performances. She taught and performed improvisational narratives for Hungarian musicians at Central Eastern University. She served as adjunct faculty at the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology and as a community educator for the California Institute of Integral Studies. She performed at the National Black Theatre Festival, Winston-Salem, NC, in 2013 where she received rave reviews. "It was like witnessing a Toni Morrison novel unfold on stage," wrote Rhodessa Jones, Cultural Odyssey, San Francisco, CA.

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