In the First hour Artist Enoch Mack In the Second hour Author Odie Hawkins This show is produced and Hosted by Kinte Fergerson. Mar 25,2010
04. Enoch & Odie (1×04) 3/24/10
Enoch Mack bio
Mack believes we are all created in God’s image with unlimited ability. He never wanted to be put in a box; he thinks there is more creativity outside the box. According to Mack, ‘creativity is a physical manifestation of a spiritual principle. Everything that is, was a thought first. I will be what I will to be.”
His artistic style encompasses abstract and impressionism and has been heavily influenced by artists’ Sam Gilliam, Romare Bearden and Frank Stella.
Born in Los Angeles, CA, Enoch attended Los Angeles Trade Tech College, ceramics at West Los Angeles College, interior design and photography at UCLA extension and urban planning at USC extension.
Odie Hawkins bio
Odie Hawkins has been given the title, “The Underground Master”, by a loyal constituency who have followed his career through his twenty four novels, short story collections, essays, television scripts, radio and film scripts. He takes pride in being the originator of the Pan-African Occult genre, as exemplified by “The Snake” and “Shackles Across Time”. He was one of the original members of the famed Watts Writers Workshop, established by Budd Schulberg, in the wake of the Watts Rebellion, 1965; and the Open Door Program, created by the Writers Guild of America, West, Inc. Louise Meriwether, John W. Bloch, Al Jenner, Robert Lewin, Harlan Ellison and Budd Schulberg, instructors. “Ghetto Sketches”, his first published novel — on the required reading list – May 2010 – Professor Justin Gifford. University of Nevada, Reno. Department of English. Mr. Hawkins has recently published books of Socio-sciencefiction: Mr. Bonobo Bliss and Lady Bliss (with co-author Ralph Vernon).