Kofi Forson

Kofi Forson is a writer, POET and PLAYWRIGHT living in NYC. His current blog is BLACK COCTEAU, a mixture of philosophy and art on modern culture. 

Email: lidonslap@gmail.com

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articles by this author

What If Bond Were a Girl: The Transcendental Life of Actress Joanna Pickering

Meta-modernist Phonograph: Cut Creating Blues of Airea D. Matthews

Artistry and Celebrity: An Interview with Harry Goaz

Part Two of an Interview with Tama Janowitz

Part One of a Two Part Interview with Tama Janowitz

Gang Girls: In Conversation with Katrina del Mar

In Conversation with Ventiko

In Conversation with Jillian Ann

January 2014: In Conversation with Fabienne Perrier and Sandra Nicouette

October 2013: Kofi Forson in Conversation with Petula Girndt

October 2012: Interview with Lumiere

August 2012: In Conversation with Elizabeth Derringer

May 2012: In Conversation with Gregory de la Haba

March 2012, Kofi Forson In Conversation with Monica Cook

December 2011: Interview with Nick Zedd and Monica Casanova

November 2011: Interview with M. Henry Jones

August 2011: Kofi Fosu Forson versus Kyle P. Silvers

April 2011: John Lurie Discussion Part 2

FROM THE VAULTS: April 2011, Interview with LA II

January 2011, Interview with Ethan Minsker

November 2010, Interviews Jill Conner on Core and Mantle

August 2010, Interview with Bette Gordon

August 2010, CORPICRUDI

June 2010, Interview: Brian Leo

April 2010, Interview: Jennifer Precious Finch

February 2010, Kofi Forson in Conversation with Joan Jeanrenaud

September 2009, In Conversation with John Lurie

August 2009, Kofi Forson in Conversation with Jenny Shimizu

May 2009, Kofi Forson in Conversation with Tony Ward

April 2009, Interview with Siobhan Duffy

March 2009, Alessandro Di Giampietro

March 2009, Kofi Forson in coversation with Emory Douglas former Minister of Culture of The Black Panther Party

January 2009, Kofi Forson Interviews Emer Martin

October, 2008, An Interview with Vadis Turner

June 2008, Interview with Phoebe Legere

April 2008, National Black Fine Arts Show