All bodies of workers published by Reality Writings, Inc. were written and designed by the one and only Aerle Taree. The first book PoeTaree:The Jurisprudence of Life is a poetry collective. It was crafted while on Lallalopoloza, Europe, and Australia tours. It is the most prolific writing out there yet. Humanities Matters: The Essay Collection is Aerle’s attempt to publish her college papers starting her college career at Cornell University at 16 years old. This book covers African American history, philosophy, linguistics, and art history. The third and final book is entitled Sounds of Sand: The Infrastructure of Union. It’s just a novel about a young lady named Sandra Johnson who is called CoCo. She is a wonderful petite girl who works as a VP of Marketing for the company that Aerle was signed to, Universal Music Publishing Group, UMPG. She meets a lover named Jamal in Jamaica as her life is turned upside down, and only God knows what is to come next.
“PoeTaree:The Jurisprudence of Life”
“Humanities Matter: The Essay Collection”
“Sounds of Sand: The Infrastructure of Union”
** “Molly’s Mental Health: Love Me Too”
Aerle Taree has been considered for funding from the National Endowment for the Arts NEA Fellowship for two years in a row, that includes fiscal year 2019 and 2020. She also is working closely with the city of Atlanta to receive funding. She is booth #716 at the AJC Decatur Book Festival on Labor Day weekend for 2019. Aerle will be selling new books ($30) and used books ($10) at the festival. Aerle’s mother is Donna M Jones., Esq and her father was Anthony T Bristow., MA. Currently, the young writer is working on her second bachelor degree at Georgia State University, and works for the University’s Signal newspaper as the Perimeter Bureau Chief
Aerle Taree also has a television project entitled The Jurisprudence of Life on people tv Comcast 24