Stephen Earley Jordan, II
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Stephen Earley Jordan, II is a native of Huntington, West Virginia. Jordan graduated from Ceredo-Kenova High School in 1995; graduated from Alderson-Broaddus College, Philippi, West Virginia in 1999 with a BA in Writing and a BA in Literature; He attended one year of Graduate School at Marshall University, Huntington, West Virginia. He has completed courses in Methods of Research and Bibliography, Educational Methods of Research, Technical Writing, Journalism, Developmental Studies of the English Language, Ethnic Literature, Outsiders_the Women's Novel, Communications, Journalism, and many Creative Writing Poetry, Fiction and Nonfiction courses.

After a year of graduate school, Jordan moved to Jersey City, New Jersey and founded OutStretch Publications-an at-home, freelance business.

Currently, Jordan participates in poetry readings across the New York/New Jersey area. He is in the process of developing various programs and, soon, will be ready to be booked for Poetry readings/discussions for special events. Jordan completes short-term/freelance projects and works as an Editor with Gimme Credit Publications in Manhattan.

His works have appeared,; Inprint-Out of Line Magazine (For Peace and Social Justice), Grab-a-Nickel Newspaper, Dickinsonian: A McArts Publication- Spring 2000, Dan River Anthology 2000; Century Anthology; Influx: Alderson-Broaddus College Literary Magazine and many other journals, newsletters, anthologies, and newspapers.

You can contact Mr. Jordan via e-mail at or by sending an e-mail to TimBookTu and it will be forwarded.

Works on TimBookTu by Stephen Earley Jordan, II


A Deeper Shade Of Soul
A Poem That Means Nothing To You
Apologies to Ralph Ellison: We're Calling In The Militia to Re-Write Juneteenth
Conducted Interviews in My Head
Dandruff: a Haiku
Father's Day
Feelings of Fulfilling the Filling
Fighting to Survive
Holy Stephe (Acts)
Last Night
Natalie, Age 9
Promises of Pride
That's The Sound Of The Man
The Necessity of Leaving to Live
Wall Street


An Outsider and a Distorted View of Social Reality
I'm Black and I'm Proud

Book Reviews

"Honky" written by Dalton Conley
"The Trials of Phillis Wheatley," authored by Henry Louis Gates Jr.

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