Author Notes on Episode 16 – Genealogy or digging at these roots

Epiosde 30 – Food, family and the poetry of how history repeats As the Incense Burns 🔥

On this unscheduled bonus episode, you asked about the cookbook and my culinary leans, so I'm shaking up my regularly scheduled programming to discuss the topic of my upcoming cookbook (TBA), the influence of my Paw-Paw, who I inherited my kitchen swag from and the linkages of food to poetry. Because it is my belief that at the basic level… that food represents the best chance for humanity to come together, how is that you ask? Well… we all eat, so that said, grab a listen or a plate? Common ground… how does that sound? — This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/shunpwrites/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shunpwrites/support

On Episode 16 of the podcast

As the Incense Burns

I speak on the
role as the
storyteller
of my
people.

Being the Ancestor Whisperer –
is a lonely path sometimes.

Why?

Because everyone
won’t love you.


Sabotage, disaffection and treason
often collides with loyalty
to those who
allowed us to be.

The Elders warned me:

“… It’s gonna be some of our own that will get in yo’ way, just remember who you is. There is a storm coming… our people gonna need what
we got to give you …”

Word from the Elders…
My Grandmother and Great Uncle were stewards of our history… and they handed the torch to me with a mandate to find the others.

And I obeyed.

Take a listen to as I reflect on the winding path… one that wasn’t supposed to be.



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