Archive of Jefferson Pinder

Blog Salon #3 Outro / Summary by Eboni Senai Hawkins

on December 10th, 2012 in Article, Blog Salon, Blogroll, Mapping by | 2 Comments

  We do not do things half-ass. The bravado and belief that comes with this territory outside the norm, means we don’t half-step. Our histories, broadly cultural, intimately familial, or gut-wrenchingly personal, have taught us that we must come correct.  Our ancestors and our non-believers whisper to us like Jefferson…

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Blog Salon #3 “Extremely Basic” by Jefferson Pinder

on December 4th, 2012 in Article, Blog Salon, Mapping by | 5 Comments

Salty South Carolina coast Sand everywhere. In the grass, in my clothes, in my boots, in my nose, in my food. Steamy, wet hot days of experience and agony. You can smell the tropics in the air. Trying to understand what brought me to this small East Coast Island. It’s…

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