S. Pearl Sharp's cultural art for eye, ear and heart. Products include non-fiction books, poetry w/jazz and short fiction CDs, award-winning cultural arts films, and one-to-one creativity coaching through The Gate Is Open.
S. Pearl Sharp creates cultural art for eye, ear and heart with work including the non-fiction books Black Women For Beginners and The Evening News - Essays and Commentaries From NPR And Other Clouds, the poetry w/jazz CDs Higher Ground and On The Sharp Side, four collections of poetry, plays and a fiction CD, Uncertain Rituals.
Her commentaries have been heard on NPR and Pacifica Radio. Merging art and history,
her numerous films include Life Is A Saxophone, on poet Kamau Daáood, Picking Tribes and The Healing Passage/Voices From The Water, which aired on The Documentary Channel.
S. Pearl is a creativity coach and instigates through art and activism. View her work on YouTube.
The Healing Passage/Voices From The Water “Beautiful and challenging” - Los Angeles Times
Uncertain Rituals "A master storyteller at the top of her game" - author Arthur Flowers
Higher Ground (CD) “Like honey to red clover tea, oh so sweet” - Mic Check
Black Women For Beginners “A voice of humor and passion” - Booklist