Updates and Events


The Old Bridge Public library is currently circulating my book, Beyond the Event Horizon.  In the near future I will be submitting my book to other libraries as well. See the information below, so you can borrow my book at your library today. Remember to support your local library.

Check out this video snippet from my poem "The One" featured in my book. Don't forget to subscribe to my YouTube Channel to get video blogs and more.  Like the video, and comment to tell me what you think.
The One


Upcoming Events

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WoRdS Unleashed while Being InKeD (Poetry Streaming Live)
Saturday, December 12th 7:00pm - 11:00pm
Admission: $10 only $5 for performers with RSVP (Click picture)
Funkadelic Studios
209 W 40th St, Fl 5th, New York, New York 10018

"Nothing is owed to you. If you want it, go take it." - Sinbad

Abundant blessing,

James C Ellerbe

James C Ellerbe

James C. Ellerbe was born, and currently lives, in New Jersey with his wife. He graduated from Hackensack High School and Gibbs College (formerly in Livingston, New Jersey) with an Associate’s Degree in Computer Network Administration.

He has appeared on a BET’s "Buy The Book" and a non-taped edition of the world-renowned "Showtime at the Apollo" showcase in which he and other poets helped promote the first spoken-word event at a venue called "Poetic Battles." He represented New Jersey’s team for this event. He also performed at the Kola Note (Site of Montreal, Canada’s Jazz festival), Elizabeth High School, Rutgers University, NJIT, Fairleigh Dickinson University and Sarah Lawrence College, and appeared on WLIB Radio NYC.

Recently, James was also a finalist for the 2017 Indie Author Legacy Award for Poet of the Year, and featured author at the BCCLS BooksNJ 2015 and 2017 Book Festivals at Paramus Library in Paramus, NJ. He also wrote and co-produced his three-act play, "A Dream Preserved." "Beyond the Event Horizon" is his first book of poetry published in April 2015 by Let It Flow Publishing, and "Pulsar" is his first spoken word album released by Not Enough Words LLC on April 2018.