An alumnus of the University of the District of Columbia, Neville Adams, brings life lessons and global theory to his poetry, fiction writing, and essays. As an activist, educator, poet, mediator, and narrator, he is one who stands firm on his beliefs.
Specializing in literature, social commentary, and creative writing, he is a trail blazer who creates pathways that others may follow. As the Founder and Executive Director of the "Phoenix Medina Writer's Project Inc." non profit organization and the writing group "Lyrikal Storm," he has succeeded in giving teenagers and adults a voice in society and the wherewithal to tackle obstacles with intellectual prowess. His work has expanded to writing sub groups at Howard University, Maryland Eastern Shore, Prince George's, Montgomery, and Elizabeth City Community Colleges.
Influences: Claude McKay, Ralph Ellison, James Baldwin, Countee Cullen, Amiri Baraka, Langston Hughes, Toni Morrison, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Thoreau, Ayn Rand, Robert Frost, Paulo Freire, Cornel West