“In our mission to be politically correct, no one has an opinion anymore, you can’t speak your opinion, you can’t speak your mind.” – Darryl E. McCullough
No, he was never homeless like so many Black rags to riches stories start off nowadays. He was born in a middle class family, back when middle class existed and meant that you did not shop at discount stores, or at least you would not admit to it! Despite living comfortably, he still had issues with life. He ended up developing several ulcers prior to the age of sixteen! Under doctor’s orders he began to therapeutically write out his problems.
Before he knew it, he had piles upon piles of verbal expressions. He slowly but surely began to compile them together laying the foundation for a book. Eventually some of his writings were published in a few newspapers and he won several poetry contests.
After publishing his first book “Perfectly Sane” consisting of short-stories and poetry and its predecessor “I’m Still Sane” this mentally stable author has since delved into the world of screenwriting, columnist work, short-film and teaching.
For more information visit his website at www.sanepoet.com or www.sanepoetfilms.com