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Mic Theory Editor-In-Chief (www.hotstepzmagazine) Mic Theory is a BA (English) graduate of Morehouse College Atlanta Ga. and MA. College of Art. Mic is the former Associate Editor/Co Publisher of T.R.U.E (a national Hip Hop magazine). Mic is a professional artist and teacher and has published 3 Children's Books Nannytucket The Whale, A Nantucket Christmas, and The Great Cheese War. Mic has been an instructor at Roxbury Community College, Pelham Academy lexington MA., Wentworth Institute of Technology, and co-instructor at Northeastern University teaching Black Theatrical Styles as a Statement of American Culture,and B&W Photography I and II, With 10 years teaching experience he has also instructed The English as a second Language class MCAS prep 10th grade English levels for entering College students. Mic has co-instructed creative writing (satellite classes) at Northeastern University. As a professional artist some of Michael's clients have been the late Ossie Davis, President Aristide of the Republic of Haiti, The New England Organ Donors Bank (Painting commissioned Jenee's Dream for National Convention Chicago, Men of Color Task Force logo design, Bob the Chef restaurant Logo and interior design (Bistro restaurant concept) Harvard Medical, Riverside Health Center, American Heart Association (painting Prometheus Rising). Co Designer Morehouse College School Flag. Mural RCC Student Center Climbing 20' by 30'. Music Reviewer Boston Bay State Banner. Arts reviewer for Kay Bourne's Online Newsletter,Music reviewer TRUE Magazine, Mic is currently the Editor in Chief of Hot Stepz Magazine a hip Dance, Fashion, and Music Quarterly. In 2008 Mic completed his first Novel "The Falcon's Eye; The Epic of The Black Knight Sir Moriens. The Novel is scheduled to be released in paperback Fall 2009!In 2012 Mic entered Westwod College Atlanta's Visual Communications Baccalaureate of Science program is currently the Secretary of the Graphics Artist Guild Westwood Atlanta Chapter and will Graduate with a BS in Visual Communications in 2013

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