Last updated: July 5, 2021 from Intervale, NH

New Book

My new book-in-progress, tentatively titled Finding the Source: An African Healing Quest, is finished and in the post-editing stage. This means it’s in the hands of test readers and being sent to agents shortly.

Do you love books and want to be a early reader? I’m looking for readers to provide feedback. Contact me here and let me know!

Finding the Source - proposed book cover

Just Released

Drawing on Culture

I’ve recently published two books: the most recent is called Drawing on Culture: An Artist’s West Africa Travelogue. It contains field drawings, stories, and essays all related to life in Guinea and the importance of cultural diversity in today’s world.

Click here for more information or to purchase.

Drawing on Culture book cover

Djoliba Crossing: Second Edition

I’ve also released a revised 2nd edition of my first book, Djoliba Crossing. The second edition contains new information and is available in paperbook and e-book, and is available here.

For a limited time, you can download the e-book version for free here.

Djoliba Crossing book cover

Afroflute: New EP

The new Afroflute EP is finished and ready for download! “Fula flute, balafon, djembé, and ngoni come together in this joyful musical romp through the highlands of West Africa.”

It’s available as a free download here, as well as on all the major streaming services.

Afroflute - Fuuta Jaloo EP

Just Married!

I’m delighted to announce that Karissa and I decided to tie the knot! Despite the pandemic, we had an outdoor ceremony on Wildcat Mountain in New Hampshire with a few close friends and family there to witness. We had a blast on the slopes, and skied down to meet our JP, Mike Cherim of Redline Guiding in North Conway, for a short ceremony in the middle of the snow-covered forest. It was a day to remember forever!

Dave Kobrenski and Karissa Masse at Wildcat Mountain