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Stacey Lyn Evans

Stacey Lyn Evans is a lover of the written word. She has written for stage and for UPN’s hit series, The Parkers (1999) and After All (1999).. As a poet, Stacey has performed her work before audiences on radio and at numerous festivals, jazz clubs, churches and university campuses across the country. REAL SOUL FOOD & other poetic recipes originally debuted in September 1995 and has graced its way into major bookstores and school libraries throughout the United States, proving that contemporary poetry does sell. It also earned Ms. Evans the prestigious Belle Ringer Image Award for outstanding achievements in the Humanities from Bennett College in Greensboro, North Carolina, and The Gwendolyn Brooks Award for First Poetry Collection in Baltimore, Maryland.

A native of Southern California, educated at the University of Southern California, Stacey currently resides in Los Angeles. It is her desire to use her writing talents for television and film as well as future poetry book projects. Stacey Lyn Evans has one simple artistic commitment… to touch the world with her God-given talents.

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1 Book by Stacey Lyn Evans

Black Power Line
Black Power Line

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