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Life’s Black Belts with Eric Alders
Episode #17 - Mansu Edwards
October 08, 2018 Mansu Edwards
Today's Life's Black Belt is Mansu Edwards. Mansu is a prolific artist who continually challenges art forms with boldness and creativity. He talks about his life growing up and how he followed his passion, got up every day to promote himself and never gave up trying to reach his goals. In 2016, Mr. Edwards produced, wrote and directed his first short film, "Texting In New York City". A work inspired from people's responses to the street marketing of its paperback (text) edition. Later on in the year as a result of positive feedback from the Harlem Writer's Group to the movie script, he released a literary screenplay version of "Texting In New York City". A film trailer would soon follow. Past works by Mr. Mansu include: The Disappearance Of Hate (2009), Mental Diet (2010, 2011), Biscuits And Yogurt Vol. 1 (2014), Texting In New York City (2014, 2016), Exotic Ignorance: Ep. 8 Camouflage Pizza (2016), Emojis Vs. Punctuation Marks: Battle Of The Keyboard (2018), Emojis Vs. Punctuation Marks 2: Land Of Refrigeration (2018) and Can You Hold Please? (2018). He has appeared on numerous shows such as: Epilogues, Sounds Like NYC, Our Community Talk Show, The Joe Cozzo Show, Manhattan Neighborhood Network's Max & Natalie LIVE!, Lawrence J. King's Book Talk Radio, Let's Talk Books With Lady Essence, The Curious World Of Vandal Truong and The Julio And Dr. Chan Show. He's currently working on a multitude of book projects. Links 1. Texting In New York City Trailer 2. Texting In New York City Film 3. Texting In New York City (1st Edition) 4. Amazon Profile:
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