Monday, December 19, 2016

L.A. Black Parent Magazine Interviews Author and Poet Until..

Hey everyone!

It's me! How are you? Are you guys ready for the Holidays? I know I'm not. I have not even began my Christmas shopping yet. 😩 Hey, don't judge me. LOL!😏 Well anyway, just wanted to share some good news. I have been featured by the L.A. Black Parent Magazine with my article called the "Fun Zone" and not to mention, they interviewed me as well.

So, click the link below and read my article and my interview and tell me what you think, okay? I would like to hear your feedback. Who knows, you might get spotlighted😄:

By the way, you should read the whole magazine, as it is wonderful. Great financial information, new authors and much much more. I would also like to Thank L.A. Black Parent Magazine for the interview and Michelle Shannon for the article feature.

Have a great day, wonderful rest of the week and happy holidays!

Fondly, Until (As always, thank you for reading)

Oh, P.S if you've scrolled down this far. I will be performing once again at the Blue Beet in Newport Beach with a new group called "RedShift". Details coming soon. :)


#UntilandRedShift #RedShiftandUntil

Wednesday, August 17, 2016

We Want to Hear Your Voice

I have to say, I had an amazing time at the We Want to Hear Your Voice event which was a music networking mixer put together by the Kind-Hearted Compassion and Action Foundation. The performers were Allah the Emcee, Mary Jane Harris, Apollo Bebop "Hip Hop" Jazz Band, Austin Brito and last but certainly not at all least, Author and Poet Until graced the stage again performing her fan favorite poems. 

One being the premiered piece from the event last year that
received much praised at the Elevate Genius Gala called "Dreams "Are meant to be lived" part II and another that induced her poetry career back in 2007 and was her most requested segment at her poetry resident at Poetic Uprising Series at Max Blooms Cafe recently ending this year in  Fullerton, California was "Gotta' Go, Gotta' Leave (Inspired by Vivian Green). 

We Want to Hear Your Voice was hosted in the city of Santa Ana, California in GCS Clothing Store that host paintings by various artists, really cool graffiti and designed branded t-shirts. A great time had by all. A freestyle session took place with Allah the Emcee and Apollo Bebop with ad-lib's from Mary Jane Harris and DJ Kaipo from Bone Thugs n Harmony smashed it. Please see the pictures listed below:

If you would like to hear any of these artists please see their links below:

Allah the Emcee - is on Spotify and Itunes (But stay tuned I couldn't find his information).

As for me, well, you already know that if you would like to read the poems that I've recited. You can visit the following Poetry Until Blog at If you would like to hear the Spoken Word CD that comes free when you purchase the book with the same title, you can visit

Last but not least you can purchase the book at **Here is a secret there are only five (5) copies left. When they are gone, they are gone. No more, on to the next book.

Enjoy and remember - Dreams "Are meant to be lived'.


Wednesday, January 13, 2016

"Dreams I and II" - The Blue Beet Performance January 14th of 2016

Dreams "I took a break" part I and Dreams "Are meant to be lived" part II
Poem by Poet and Author
Music by ArToFjAzZ

Poetic Uprising V


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I am someone who is attracted to paper and aroused by my thoughts and feelings which are connected to my pen. I am someone who is enlightened by what I and others write down and often surprised about how I and others think. I am somone who believes that I am all that my poetry speaks, all that my poetry bleeds, all that my poetry reeks, all that my poetry feeds. Poetry is me. Therefore I am poetry. Until...